We’ve got a selection of high resolution wallpapers from last weekend’s British Grand Prix, including all the home drivers, race winner Kimi Raikkonen and more. Enjoy! Related links F1 wallpapers Tags: f1 / formula one / formula 1 / grand prix / motor sport
Want to know who the fans were supporting at Silverstone? Simply count their caps. You might think that everyone was there to support Hamilton but ten minutes spent looking at what the fans were wearing on their heads told a different story – I spotted support for all but one of the F1 teams. Here’s […]
Today marks one year since Juan Pablo Montoya abruptly called time on his F1 career and returned to the United States to race in NASCAR. He scored his first victory in the Nextel Cup last month, underlining his talent and versatility as a driver. Few modern drivers have a CV to rival Montoya’s, with victories […]
Kimi Raikkonen and Ferrari have the most victories in their respective championships – but they’re not leading them. Plus, proof that the 2007-specification cars are now quicker than last year’s models despite the move to specification tyres. And which driver is once again leading the ‘most car failures’ table?
We’ve just passed the halfway point in the championship and the battle for the title remains as finely poised as ever: 1. Lewis Hamilton 70 2. Fernando Alonso 58 3. Kimi Raikkonen 52 4. Felipe Massa 51 With eight races left, who will be champion this year?
Scott Dixon completed a hat-trick of IRL victories at Watkins Glen with a measured and tactically shrewd drive. But there were unpleasant scenes after the race as a confrontation between Tony Kanaan and Sam Hornish sparked a pit lane brawl. It began after the pair twice made contact during the race.
Speculation is rife that Spyker are to drop Christijan Albers before the next race. Test drivers Christian Klien (Honda), Marc Gene (Ferrari) and Narain Karthikeyan (Williams) have been linked with Albers’ seat at the N??rburgring in two weeks’ time. All of them have at least one Grand Prix season to their names. But an outside […]
Andy Priaulx underlined his street racing credentials with an emphatic win in the second race at Porto. He moved into first after pressuring Jorg Muller into a mistake and pulled out a substantial lead after a safety car period to win.
Championship leaders Sebastien Bourdais and Robert Doornbos clashed once again on the streets of Toronto – but this time with even more dramatic results than their run-in at Mont Tremblant. Doornbos thumped Bourdais into the barriers late in the race but escaped to score vital championship points. Will Power won another incident packed wet and […]