1. Radio Station Spots 'Elderly Fan' Next to David Beckham, Is in Fact Niki Lauda

    Captioning is not always an easy job, especially if you're dealing with an unfamiliar field. So when radio station Heart FM decided to put up some pictures of David Beckham at ...

    Mark Patterson Written by Mark Patterson about 11 months ago 10,552 reads 0 comments

  2. Analysing Sebastian Vettel and Red Bull: Is the Car Flattering the F1 Champion?

    The title of this piece would suggest that either Sebastian Vettel has not won his titles on merit, or has been flattered by the quality of his car. His booing on several F1 podiums this year further reinforces that idea...

    Scott Mitchell Written by Scott Mitchell about 11 months ago 4,967 reads 19 comments

  3. Why Has Singapore Succeeded Compared to Other Asian F1 Tracks?

    While it’s fair to say that Sunday’s Singapore Grand Prix did not throw up a classic in terms of the battle for ultimate victory, the event was once again a huge success ...

    Fraser Masefield Written by Fraser Masefield about 11 months ago 1,570 reads 1 comments

  4. Is Kimi Raikkonen Focused on Money or Titles with Ferrari Move for F1 2014?

    Kimi Raikkonen's words in last Thursday's official FIA press conference before the Singapore Grand Prix weekend kicked off were typical of the Finn...

    Scott Mitchell Written by Scott Mitchell about 11 months ago 6,525 reads 0 comments

  5. Singapore Grand Prix 2013 Results: Reaction, Stats, Standings, Post Race Review

    Sebastian Vettel dominated proceedings to win the Singapore Grand Prix once again. It was a frightening display of power, with Vettel easing away from the field time and ...

    Mark Patterson Written by Mark Patterson about 11 months ago 1,581 reads 2 comments

  6. Singapore Grand Prix 2013: Live Lap-by-Lap Updates, Highlights, Recap and More

    Sebastian Vettel stormed to victory in the 2013 Singapore Grand Prix , leading for all but a corner of the race, and dominating his opponents from start to finish...

    Mark Patterson Written by Mark Patterson about 11 months ago 2,869 reads 4 comments

  7. Formula 1 Singapore Grand Prix Predictions: Felipe Massa and More

    Felipe Massa is trying to save his career. Fernando Alonso , Lewis Hamilton and Kimi Raikkonen are trying to save their title hopes. And hopefully , t he race organisers are trying to save electricity...

    Neil James Written by Neil James about 11 months ago 1,648 reads 3 comments

  8. Singapore F1 Grand Prix 2013: Results, Times for Practice and Qualifying

    The 2013 Formula 1 season begins its "Asian swing" with a visit to Singapore for the night race around Marina Bay...

    Mark Patterson Written by Mark Patterson about 11 months ago 9,899 reads 11 comments

  9. Singapore Formula 1 Grand Prix 2013: 5 Key Storylines to Watch at Marina Bay

    Perhaps there is a danger of reading too much into the events that take place in Singapore this weekend, for, whatever the result, it seems inevitable that Sebastian Vettel will be crowned champion at the end of this year...

    Scott Mitchell Written by Scott Mitchell about 11 months ago 480 reads 0 comments

  10. Formula 1 Singapore Grand Prix Preview: Tyres, DRS, Weather and Session Times

    The Formula One Singapore Grand Prix will take place on Sunday at the Marina Bay Street Circuit. First held in 2008, this is F1's only night race, taking place under 1,600 light projectors which line the entire course...

    Neil James Written by Neil James about 11 months ago 2,298 reads 4 comments

  11. Is Formula 1 a Better Competition Than the IndyCar Series?

    Formula One race winner Juan Pablo Montoya is heading to IndyCar after more than six years racing in NASCAR . At 37, the Colombian is likely to be past the peak of his powers...

    Scott Mitchell Written by Scott Mitchell about 11 months ago 9,036 reads 9 comments

  12. Ranking the Top 10 Possible Race Winners at the Singapore GP According to Odds

    Putting your money on Sebastian Vettel to win a race these days is something of a surefire bet. It’s almost as safe as backing Rafael Nadal to beat Dan Evans...

    Fraser Masefield Written by Fraser Masefield about 12 months ago 1,538 reads 0 comments