1. Marco Simoncelli Killed in Sickening MotoGP Crash in Malaysia

    Only one week after the horror smash that claimed the life of IndyCar’s Dan Wheldon, the international motorsport family has been rocked by the death of MotoGP’s Marco Simoncelli ...

    Craig Christopher Written by Craig Christopher about almost 3 years ago 1,272 reads 1 comments

  2. Dan Wheldon Honoured as Sebastien Bourdais Clinches Memorial Trophy Down Under

    An emotional Sebastien Bourdais accepted the first of what will probably be many Dan Wheldon memorial trophies at the Gold Coast 600 V8 Supercar race on the same day as Wheldon was laid to rest...

    Craig Christopher Written by Craig Christopher about almost 3 years ago 476 reads 0 comments

  3. Formula 1 Grand Prix in New Jersey Set to Be Announced: Is It Worth the Effort?

    ESPN is reporting that Formula One supremo, Bernie Ecclestone, is close to signing a deal bringing a second F1 Grand Prix to the US. It seems that we may, at last, get to see the much vaunted race in New Jersey...

    Craig Christopher Written by Craig Christopher about almost 3 years ago 1,872 reads 30 comments

  4. Formula 1: KERS, DRS and Pirelli Fail to Make a Difference

    The raft of radical changes introduced into Formula One for the 2011 season have proven to be just as pointless and ineffectual as most of those preceding them...

    Craig Christopher Written by Craig Christopher about almost 3 years ago 535 reads 13 comments

  5. Lewis Hamilton and Mark Webber Battle Gives Life to a Dull Korean Grand Prix

    After all of the talk about unnecessary collisions in Formula One this season, Red Bull Racing ’s Mark Webber and McLaren’s Lewis Hamilton put on a master class in safe, close-quarter racing at the Korean Grand Prix ...

    Craig Christopher Written by Craig Christopher about almost 3 years ago 808 reads 4 comments

  6. Formula 1: FIA Tightens Overtaking Rules and Penalty Options

    Formula One’s governing body has finally moved to more tightly define the one-move rule and has even given stewards more power to deal with on-track incidents. To the uninitiated, this might seem like a logical and sensible thing to do...

    Craig Christopher Written by Craig Christopher about almost 3 years ago 727 reads 2 comments

  7. Flavio Briatore: Fernando Alonso and Lewis Hamilton Better Than Sebastian Vettel

    Flavio Briatore told ESPNF1.com that Sebastian Vettel is only the third-best driver in Formula One today...

    Craig Christopher Written by Craig Christopher about almost 3 years ago 781 reads 14 comments

  8. Motorsports' 11 Most Ridiculous and Pointless Fist-Fights

    One of the great joys of watching professional athletes is the passion that they bring to the sport. Sometimes, however, that passion boils over and leads to the exchange of angry gestures, harsh words and, very occasionally, to trading blows...

    Craig Christopher Written by Craig Christopher about almost 3 years ago 463 reads 0 comments

  9. Formula 1: Team Radio Reveals Drama, Intrigue, Hysteria and a Hint of Nastiness

    One of the great recent innovations in Formula 1 television coverage has been the access to team radio broadcasts. Listening in to the exchanges gives tremendous insight into strategy and the mindset of drivers...

    Craig Christopher Written by Craig Christopher about almost 3 years ago 1,021 reads 0 comments

  10. Formula 1: Irrelevant, Uninteresting and Too Expensive

    Formula One is irrelevant, uninteresting and too expensive—if we are to believe the bosses at Porsche and Audi as they justify why they don’t want to be part of the world’s most-watched motor sport...

    Craig Christopher Written by Craig Christopher about almost 3 years ago 1,947 reads 20 comments

  11. Indian F1 Grand Prix: Lady Gaga Is Booked, but Will the Track Be Ready?

    With the inaugural Indian Formula One Grand Prix only a month away, Lady Gaga has been confirmed for the after-race concert, but will the track be ready to race on? Sports fans ...

    Craig Christopher Written by Craig Christopher about almost 3 years ago 957 reads 15 comments

  12. Jackie Stewart, Alain Prost and Friends Line Up To Teach F1 Youngsters a Lesson

    Formula One is being besieged by drivers of yesteryear popping up to criticise modern drivers and remind us that things were different in their day...

    Craig Christopher Written by Craig Christopher about almost 3 years ago 445 reads 4 comments

  13. Felipe Massa's Emotional Outburst a Sure Sign of a Driver in Decline

    Felipe Massa ’s emotional attack on Lewis Hamilton after the Singapore Grand Prix is a clear symptom of a driver realising his dreams of glory have evaporated...

    Craig Christopher Written by Craig Christopher about almost 3 years ago 831 reads 11 comments

  14. Lewis Hamilton: Another Crash, Another Penalty, the Soap Opera Continues.

    Yet another episode of frustration has been added to the soap opera that is Lewis Hamilton ’s career at an interesting yet unexciting Singapore Grand Prix...

    Craig Christopher Written by Craig Christopher about almost 3 years ago 995 reads 16 comments

  15. Sebastian Vettel Secures His Place Amongst F1's Greats

    As Sebastian Vettel charges headlong towards his second consecutive Formula 1 world championship, any lingering doubts about his abilities have been well and truly extinguished...

    Craig Christopher Written by Craig Christopher about almost 3 years ago 565 reads 6 comments

  16. Michael Schumacher: Consumate Racer or 4-Wheeled Thug?

    The Michael Schumacher of old decided to pay a visit to Monza at the 2011 Italian Grand Prix —much to the annoyance of a strangely conservative Lewis Hamilton ...

    Craig Christopher Written by Craig Christopher about almost 3 years ago 2,122 reads 51 comments

  17. Hungarian Grand Prix: Lewis Hamilton Has a Dirty Day, Jenson Button Cleans Up

    Lewis Hamilton had a day he’d rather forget in Hungary. On a day when the fickle weather played more of a role in deciding the race outcome than it should have, we saw two bad decisions take Lewis Hamilton from the lead...

    Craig Christopher Written by Craig Christopher about 3 years ago 244 reads 6 comments

  18. 2011 Tour De France Results: Cadel Evans Secures Yellow, Cavendish Claims Green

    As the curtain comes down on a remarkable 2011 Tour de France , Stage 21 proved to be the same bi-polar experience that we have seen for the last 20 years...

    Craig Christopher Written by Craig Christopher about 3 years ago 1,018 reads 8 comments

  19. 2011 Tour De France, Stage 20: Cadel Evans Destroys Schlecks to Claim Yellow

    It is remarkable that after 3,300 kilometres and 83 hours in the saddle, the 2011 Tour de France is still a race of seconds. Of the top three riders, the gap between them was less than a minute...

    Craig Christopher Written by Craig Christopher about 3 years ago 1,694 reads 9 comments

  20. Tour De France Stage 19: Andy Schleck in Yellow, Evans Closes on Tour Win

    The final day in the mountains for the 2011 Tour de France was always going to be pivotal, providing the last opportunity for riders to pick up big time gaps on their competitors...

    Craig Christopher Written by Craig Christopher about 3 years ago 642 reads 26 comments

  21. Tour De France Stage 18 Results: Andy Schleck Makes a Break, Contador Cracks

    The 2011 Tour de France was always going to be decided in the final two mountain stages in the Alps. With two days of enormous climbs, the weak were no longer had anywhere to ...

    Craig Christopher Written by Craig Christopher about 3 years ago 48 reads 20 comments

  22. 2011 Tour De France Stage 17: Boasson Hagen Claims Win, Voeckler Loses Time

    As the Tour slipped in to Italy today, we were treated to an action replay of yesterday’s stage—sort of...

    Craig Christopher Written by Craig Christopher about 3 years ago 150 reads 22 comments

  23. 2011 Tour de France: Andy Schleck Angry and Afraid Over Tricky Stage Finish

    Stage 16 of the 2011 Tour de France may well prove to be one of the pivotal stages of the race. In cold and wet conditions, Cadel Evans, Alberto Contador and, to a lesser extent, ...

    Craig Christopher Written by Craig Christopher about 3 years ago 941 reads 1 comments

  24. 2011 Tour de France Stage 16: Contador and Evans Dominate While Schlecks Crack

    After a relaxing rest day, it’s time for the peloton to begin the journey back to Paris. Standing between them and their destination, however, is the torture track through the Alps...

    Craig Christopher Written by Craig Christopher about 3 years ago 986 reads 12 comments

  25. Versus Tour de France 2011: Evans, Contador or the Schlecks To Conquer the Alps?

    With just six stages left in the 2011 Tour de France , we are faced with the remarkable situation that we still have six serious contenders left, none of whom have yet fired a shot in anger...

    Craig Christopher Written by Craig Christopher about 3 years ago 1,012 reads 13 comments