1. Formula 1's Latest Rumours and Talk: Rosberg Slams Perez Driving and More

    Sunday’s Japanese Grand Prix saw Sebastian Vettel inch ever closer to a fourth successive world title. The race also threw up a number of other interesting talking points as the issue of team orders again reared its ugly head...

    Fraser Masefield Written by Fraser Masefield about 1 year ago 4,689 reads 2 comments

  2. Vettel Closes on Title with Suzuka Victory

    Sebastian Vettel took a giant leap towards a fourth successive world title after claiming a fourth win at Suzuka in five years...

    Fraser Masefield Written by Fraser Masefield about 1 year ago 2,367 reads 15 comments

  3. Maria De Villota: A Driving Force for Women's Racing

    When Maria de Villota ’s Marussia MR-01 crashed into a support truck at Duxford airfield in Cambridge on July 3, 2012 a promising career was cut short...

    Fraser Masefield Written by Fraser Masefield about 1 year ago 581 reads 0 comments

  4. Japanese F1 Grand Prix 2013: 5 Key Storylines to Watch at Suzuka

    An incident-packed Korean Grand Prix that saw two safety cars, a flaming Red Bull, dicing Lotuses and another Sebastian Vettel victory means that all eyes will be on Japan this weekend...

    Fraser Masefield Written by Fraser Masefield about 1 year ago 820 reads 0 comments

  5. Formula 1's Latest Rumours and Gossip: Red Bull Defend Cheat Claims and More

    With only days to go before Sebastian Vettel could be crowned world champion for the fourth year in succession, the team has found itself duty-bound to defend the legality of its cars...

    Fraser Masefield Written by Fraser Masefield about 1 year ago 2,562 reads 1 comments

  6. 2014 Engines for Formula 1: Will We See More Blowouts Next Year?

    When Mark Webber’s Korean Grand Prix ended in a fiery blaze, it at first appeared as if his Red Bull had suffered a rare engine blowout...

    Fraser Masefield Written by Fraser Masefield about 1 year ago 2,742 reads 1 comments

  7. Marussia and Caterham: Do They Deserve to Be in F1 If They Can't Catch Up?

    Back markers, mobile chicanes, call them what you like, but they’ ve been in Formula One pretty much from the outset...

    Fraser Masefield Written by Fraser Masefield about 1 year ago 2,545 reads 2 comments

  8. Ranking the Top 10 Possible Winners at the Japanese GP According to Odds

    Sebastian Vettel’s fourth grand prix victory on the bounce means he’s again the hot favourite to triumph in Japan...

    Fraser Masefield Written by Fraser Masefield about 1 year ago 1,818 reads 6 comments

  9. Why Lotus Team Orders to Romain Grosjean and Kimi Raikkonen in Korea Were Right

    When Romain Grosjean made a small mistake in the penultimate corner late in the Korean Grand Prix, teammate Kimi Raikkonen pounced like the opportunistic tiger he is to snatch second position from his grasp...

    Fraser Masefield Written by Fraser Masefield about 1 year ago 5,820 reads 2 comments

  10. Formula 1's Latest Rumours and Talk: Lotus' Radio Rumpus and More

    As Sebastian Vettel closes in on a fourth world drivers’ title, the Korean Grand Prix threw up a number of other interesting stories...

    Fraser Masefield Written by Fraser Masefield about 1 year ago 2,473 reads 0 comments

  11. Why F1 Is Better Than NASCAR

    Now that Formula 1 has a place in the homeland of U.S. stock car racing in Texas, fans of both sports will get the chance to judge for themselves which is the better spectacle...

    Fraser Masefield Written by Fraser Masefield about 1 year ago 16,367 reads 28 comments

  12. Ranking the Top 10 F1 Drivers of the 2000s

    Should Sebastian Vettel decide to stay at Red Bull beyond the end of his current contract and if Adrian Newey continues to turn out world beating machines, the German ace is set to dominate Formula 1 for the next decade...

    Fraser Masefield Written by Fraser Masefield about 1 year ago 6,784 reads 11 comments

  13. The 10 Hottest Winning Streaks in F1 History

    Sebastian Vettel is doing everything he can to wrap up a fourth successive drivers’ title well before the end of the 2013 F1 season. The German has been in a class of his own this season with seven wins, including five wins in his last six races...

    Fraser Masefield Written by Fraser Masefield about 1 year ago 31,354 reads 2 comments

  14. Why Did McLaren Talk to Fernando Alonso About a Race Seat?

    In somewhat of a shocking announcement on BBC Sport last week, McLaren revealed that it had made the re-signing of Fernando Alonso its highest priority for the 2014 season...

    Fraser Masefield Written by Fraser Masefield about 1 year ago 2,075 reads 0 comments

  15. Why Romain Grosjean Won't Mature into a Title Contender

    Although it was Kimi Raikkonen who stole the Lotus headlines for his stunning drive from 13th on the grid to finish third while nursing a painful back, Lotus is certain Romain Grosjean would have bagged that podium slot but for his retirement...

    Fraser Masefield Written by Fraser Masefield about 1 year ago 1,607 reads 1 comments

  16. Why the Singapore Grand Prix Presents a Unique Challenge for Drivers

    Kimi Raikkonen ’s remarkable drive from 13th on the grid to finish third at the Singapore Grand Prix has to go down as one of the drives of the season because it was achieved in arguably the most demanding race on the F1 calendar...

    Fraser Masefield Written by Fraser Masefield about 1 year ago 1,692 reads 0 comments

  17. Why 10-Place Grid Penalty for Mark Webber Isn't the Right Punishment

    Mark Webber has branded race officials decision to hand him a 10 place grid penalty for hitching a lift on Fernando Alonso ’s Ferrari in Singapore as “comical”...

    Fraser Masefield Written by Fraser Masefield about 1 year ago 1,717 reads 4 comments

  18. 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 1 year ago 1,833 reads 1 comments

  19. Analysing Paul Di Resta's Prospects: Will He Find a Better Car Than Force India?

    Paul di Resta ’s latest setback in a season blighted with bad luck saw his Singapore Grand Prix end in the barrier at Turn 7 as teammate Adrian Sutil went on to collect the final championship point...

    Fraser Masefield Written by Fraser Masefield about 1 year ago 1,301 reads 3 comments

  20. Formula One's Latest Rumours and Talk: Raikkonen Could Miss Korea and More

    As the dust settled on another dominant Grand Prix weekend for Sebastian Vettel , the talk now switches to the next round in Korea...

    Fraser Masefield Written by Fraser Masefield about 1 year ago 1,532 reads 2 comments

  21. Ranking the Top 10 Drivers of the 1950s

    The 1950s is where the Formula One story began and the early pioneers of the sport laid the foundations of the technological advancements we see in today’s racing cars...

    Fraser Masefield Written by Fraser Masefield about 1 year ago 1,169 reads 6 comments

  22. Nelson Piquet Jr. and Crashgate: Was 2008 Singapore GP Formula 1's Darkest Hour?

    This weekend sees the Formula 1 circus return to the venue of arguably the biggest controversy to shake the sport. When Nelson Piquet Jr...

    Fraser Masefield Written by Fraser Masefield about 1 year ago 2,277 reads 4 comments

  23. Sebastian Vettel Must Leave Red Bull to Convince Fans He's an F1 Great

    There are only nine drivers in the history of the great sport of Formula One to have won three world drivers’ titles or more...

    Fraser Masefield Written by Fraser Masefield about 1 year ago 3,743 reads 22 comments

  24. Formula One's Latest Rumours and Talk: New Jersey Still Set for 2014 and More

    Despite there being a Grand Prix to occupy the minds of most F1 teams and fans alike this coming weekend, much paddock talk still focuses on what will happen in 2014...

    Fraser Masefield Written by Fraser Masefield about over 1 year ago 886 reads 1 comments

  25. Ranking the 10 Worst Drivers in F1 History

    With the scramble for the remaining F1 seats truly underway for the 2014 season, many drivers know they must improve their performances or face disappearing from the sport. Today’s F1 grid is blessed with talent...

    Fraser Masefield Written by Fraser Masefield about over 1 year ago 16,876 reads 5 comments