1. Arsenal Hit Four as Liverpool Go Top

    Arsenal thrashed Blackburn Rovers today to send a message to their Premier League rivals and kick-start their Premiership charge. Togo international Emmanuel Adebayor scored a hatrick, with Robin Van Persie also netting...

    Billy Sexton Written by Billy Sexton about almost 6 years ago 595 reads 1 comments

  2. Goodbye Europe: A Beating in Your Own Backyard

    Well well well. Last weekend at Spa Francorchamps, 42 of the 44 laps were pretty monotonous. The only interest was in the battle for the last four points between BMW Sauber and Toro Rosso...

    Billy Sexton Written by Billy Sexton about almost 6 years ago 364 reads 1 comments

  3. Lewis Hamilton Penalized 25 Seconds, Felipe Massa Wins Belgian Grand Prix

    Lewis Hamilton has been penalized 25 seconds, leaving him classified third for the Belgian Grand Prix. This comes after the stewards decided to penalize Hamilton after he cut the chicane whilst battling with Kimi Raikkonen...

    Billy Sexton Written by Billy Sexton about almost 6 years ago 747 reads 10 comments

  4. Belgian Grand Prix Preview: The Iceman Cometh

    Before I begin, I’d like to say that I’m aware that this preview is early considering the Grand Prix is not until the first week in September...

    Billy Sexton Written by Billy Sexton about 6 years ago 498 reads 5 comments

  5. The Rise and Fall of Kimi Raikkonen

    How should a world champion defend his title? Should he race every race as if it’s his last to defend his precious crown? Should he make sure his teammate is in a full supporting ...

    Billy Sexton Written by Billy Sexton about 6 years ago 1,195 reads 29 comments

  6. Valencia Street Circuit: First Impressions and Practice Report

    After a three-week break, Formula One finally bounced back into action on Friday at 0900 BST. The Valencia Street Circuit has been receiving much attention over the past week, mainly because it's a new circuit...

    Billy Sexton Written by Billy Sexton about 6 years ago 179 reads 3 comments

  7. Michael Phelps or Usain Bolt—Who's the Man of the Olympics?

    We are witnessing history right now. Michael Phelps became the greatest Olympian ever by winning eight gold medals in Beijing, beating Mark Spitz's previous record of seven...

    Billy Sexton Written by Billy Sexton about 6 years ago 2,077 reads 42 comments

  8. The European Grand Prix: The Ultimate Showdown

    We’re almost there. Three whole weeks without our beloved sport, no testing, not a lot of news but hopefully one hell of a race to look forward to...

    Billy Sexton Written by Billy Sexton about 6 years ago 154 reads 3 comments

  9. My Top Ten Formula One Drivers

    It's a bit quiet on the F1 Bleacher Report page at the moment. No Grand Prix to write about. No breaking news. No scandals this season. Articles are few and far between (but still very good!)...

    Billy Sexton Written by Billy Sexton about 6 years ago 956 reads 30 comments

  10. Open Mic: Formula One's Greatest All-Time Lineups

    This week's Open Mic wants us sports fans to select the best lineups for our favourite teams. As a Formula One fan, I'm going to present my best driver lineups in four different categories: ...

    Billy Sexton Written by Billy Sexton about 6 years ago 440 reads 16 comments

  11. Successful Formula One Countries, Part Three: Germany

    Before we dive in to this detailed report, I would like to thank all the people who have commented and rated my previous articles (focusing on Great Britain and Brazil) in this series...

    Billy Sexton Written by Billy Sexton about 6 years ago 761 reads 12 comments

  12. Successful F1 countries, Part Two: Brazil

    Welcome to part two of the Successful F1 Countries series. Part One was based on Great Britain and now we will be focusing on the country of Brazil, looking at its history in F1, popular drivers and circuits which have held the Brazilian Grand Prix...

    Billy Sexton Written by Billy Sexton about 6 years ago 824 reads 2 comments

  13. Who Should Announce Formula One Races Next Year?

    Warning: There may be some slight exaggeration in this article. Will someone give James Allen a nice slap round the chops? Someone? Anyone? I cannot stand the man. ITV's commentating of the Hungarian GP qualifying was below average in my opinion...

    Billy Sexton Written by Billy Sexton about 6 years ago 732 reads 17 comments

  14. Successful Formula One Countries, Part One: Great Britain

    Welcome to a three part-series which provides detail on Formula One's most successful countries (in terms of number of championships)...

    Billy Sexton Written by Billy Sexton about 6 years ago 1,545 reads 3 comments

  15. Ferrari, McLaren Test the 'Shark Fin' Engine Cover

    This is just a quick one, guys. The Scuderia have announced that they have plans to use the "shark fin" engine cover at the Grand Prix in Hungary this coming Sunday...

    Billy Sexton Written by Billy Sexton about 6 years ago 498 reads 1 comments

  16. Will Fernando Alonso and Ferrari ruin Formula One again?

    From 2000-2004 Formula One was almost destroyed. The complete dominance of Michael Schumacher and Scuderia Ferrari made the races boring and predictable. When Schumacher dominated, his rivals had very little chance...

    Billy Sexton Written by Billy Sexton about 6 years ago 1,888 reads 27 comments

  17. Lewis Hamilton Predicted to Win Three in a Row: Hungarian GP Preview

    The Hungarian Grand Prix at the Hungaroring has held a Formula One event since 1986, and the 2008 event marks its 22nd anniversary...

    Billy Sexton Written by Billy Sexton about 6 years ago 732 reads 2 comments

  18. Formula One: Consistency Is key

    We are over halfway through the current Formula One season and out of a maximum of 100 points, the current championship leader has 58...just over half the maximum...

    Billy Sexton Written by Billy Sexton about 6 years ago 271 reads 4 comments

  19. Formula One: Who Will Fill Sebastien Vettel's Shoes at Toro Rosso?

    We are now all aware that rising F1 star Sebastien Vettel is moving on to greater challenges next season. But who will take his seat at Toro Rosso? Toro Rosso, being a lower-placed team, probably ...

    Billy Sexton Written by Billy Sexton about 6 years ago 725 reads 3 comments

  20. Sebastian Vettel to Replace David Coulthard at Red Bull in 2009

    Toro Rosso driver Sebastian Vettel will join sister team Red Bull for the 2009 F1 season, replacing David Coulthard. Vettel will part with the "B" team at the end of the season, moving on to greater challenges...

    Billy Sexton Written by Billy Sexton about 6 years ago 365 reads 4 comments

  21. Formula One: Which of the Top Three Drivers Would You Want On Your Team?

    The top three drivers in the current standings cannot be separated at present, but which of the three would you want driving for your team...based only on this season's performance? We'll start with Lewis Hamilton and some quick facts...

    Billy Sexton Written by Billy Sexton about 6 years ago 497 reads 3 comments

  22. Formula One: How Michael Schumacher Wiped Out a Generation of Young Drivers

    Every era has its own set of drivers. In the 1950s, it was Fangio, Moss, Ascari, and Hawthorn. Fangio took the majority of titles, but Moss was always up there winning races...

    Billy Sexton Written by Billy Sexton about 6 years ago 1,027 reads 7 comments

  23. Formula One: 2007 Roles Reversed This Year?

    We all remember the 2007 Formula One season. A three-way battle right down to the wire. An epic finale in Sao Paulo. A heartbroken rookie. A newly crowned champion. The 2008 season looks to produce a similar situation...

    Billy Sexton Written by Billy Sexton about 6 years ago 294 reads 7 comments

  24. Photographer: Kimi Raikkonen is Rude and Arrogant

    Kimi Raikkonen seems to be in a spot of bother. The 'Iceman' pushed a veteran photographer to the ground on Sunday at the British Grand Prix. Paul-Henri Cahier was trying to get a close up on Kimi before he was pushed over by the Finn...

    Billy Sexton Written by Billy Sexton about 6 years ago 606 reads 48 comments

  25. Barrichello: My Time Is Not Up Just Yet!

    Rubens Barrichello has stated he has no intention of retiring from Formula One in the near future. Barrichello, who is the most experienced F1 driver ever at present, scored his first ...

    Billy Sexton Written by Billy Sexton about 6 years ago 375 reads 7 comments