Who will be driving for the top teams in 2008? Last year saw enormous changes in the driver market. Next year we’re likely to see most of the top drivers remaining where they are. But with BMW and Red Bull getting ever more competitive we could be in for a few surprises. And what about […]
This week’s highlights from the world of F1 blogging include James Hunt, Niki Lauda and John Watson in a rather unfair race, F1 through the eyes of a marshal and Ferrari fans lose patience with Kimi Raikkonen and Felipe Massa. Plus, fins out what our Post of the Week is.
Formula One Management continue to go after all footage of the Robert Kubica crash being shown online – including video shot by fans at the track. Unofficial video of Robert Kubica’s 180mph smash has been removed from YouTube and other F1 sites at the request of FOM and NetResult, a sports rights management company. FOM […]
Robert Kubica’s race engineer has been refused a visa to enter America for the United States Grand Prix. Mehmi Admadi would have been working on Sebastian Vettel’s car this weekend, but United States’ much-criticised immigration services refused him entry to the country.
Angry F1 fans stormed the ITV forums after the broadcaster brought coverage of the Canadian Grand Prix to an abrupt end following Lewis Hamilton’s maiden Grand Prix win. There was no coverage of the press conference or much analysis at all of the British star’s first win, not to mention an action-packed race which also […]
Lewis Hamilton’s rise to power in F1 has been stunning this year, but many are finding the media sensationalism a bit much to handle. So here’s our antidote – Ten top stories from the press looking at other aspects of F1.
We’re looking for Grand Prix fans who’ve been to the United States Grand Prix at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway to tell us about their experiences. Plus, read the comments of other people who’ve been to the United States Grand Prix. Related links Share your experiences of being at the United States Grand Prix Share your […]
2007 United States Grand Prix
Sebastian Vettel will make his Grand Prix debut in the United States Grand Prix this weekend.
There were no American drivers in F1 at all from 1994 to 2005. But the country has given F1 two champions and a host of Grand Prix winners.
The Indianapolis Motor Speedway’s contract to hold the United States Grand Prix runs out this year – should it get an extension on the contract? Or should the race be held somewhere else. The circuit has been criticised for being too unchallenging for the drivers and not worthy of the evocative name ‘Indianapolis’. But American […]