Category Archives: F1

Button And Alonso WILL Remain At McLaren Honda in 2016

Jenson Button.

McLaren Chairman Ron Dennis has confirmed that both Jenson Button and Fernando Alonso will remain with the Woking based outfit next season and that there is no issues relating to the financial packages that either driver are receiving. It had been reported earlier this week that Button was set to announce his retirement from Formula One this weekend, however that […]

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Hamilton Takes Victory In Japan

Mercedes secured their eighth 1-2 finish of the season

World championship leader Lewis Hamilton took victory at the Japanese Grand Prix after taking the lead into Turn 2 from his team mate and pole sitter Nico Rosberg with Ferrari’s Sebastian Vettel claiming third place. For Hamilton it was his 41st Formula One victory and the double world champion has now equaled Ayrton Senna’s win tally. Kimi Raikkonen did a […]

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Q&A With The Lotus F1 Team’s Trackside Operations Director Alan Permane

(L to R): Alan Permane (GBR) Lotus F1 Team Trackside Operations Director with Romain Grosjean (FRA) Lotus F1 Team.
Singapore Grand Prix, Thursday 17th September 2015. Marina Bay Street Circuit, Singapore.

The Lotus F1 Team head into tomorrow’s Japanese Grand Prix at the Suzuka circuit with Romain Grosjen starting the race from eighth place while Pastor Maldonado will start the race from 12th place. The Enstone outfit have endured a difficult weekend off track after they were locked out of their hospitality unit due to an unpaid bill from last season. […]

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Raikkonen Left Frustrated Following Red Flag In Qualifying

Raikkonen will start the Japanese Grand Prix from sixth place.

Ferrari’s Kimi Raikkonen was left feeling frustrated after qualifying for the Japanese Grand Prix at the Suzuka circuit in 6th place. The Finn was on course to improve on his Q3 run however with 35 seconds to go in the final part of the session the red flag came out following Daniil Kvyat’s huge accident which scuppered the Iceman’s final […]

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