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Red Bull driver Daniel Ricciardo will make his Race of Champions debut, which will be held in London at the former Olympic Stadium from November 20-21. Ricciardo is the second Formula One driver to enter the event, following former teammate and current Ferrari driver Sebastian Vettel, who announced his return last week. The three-time Grand Prix winner will represent Team Australia with motorcycle legend Mick Doohan alongside. “It’s an honor to be invited to the Race of Champions and I’m really looking forward to racing inside the tight confines ofRead More
It became known following a rough weekend at the Canadian Grand Prix, Red Bull Racing driver Daniel Ricciardo is expected to run a new chassis for the Austrian Grand Prix. Ricciardo started ninth in the Canadian Grand Prix at Circuit Gilles Villeneuve, but struggled with pace, finishing out of the points and settling for a disappointing 13th place finish. In an interview with the media yesterday, Ricciardo revealed that he is receiving a new chassis for the upcoming Austrian Grand Prix at Red Bull Ring. “It was my worst race,”Read More
Lewis Hamilton romped to pole position in Monte Carlo today, beating teammate Nico Rosberg by over 3/10ths of a second. Despite winning the race in 2008, it is Hamilton’s first pole in Monaco as he seeks to stop Rosberg’s recent domination in the principality. It’s been a long, long time. I can’t express just how happy I am. – Hamilton Behind the two Mercedes on the front row, Ferrari’s Sebastian Vettel dutifully took his usual third on the grid, followed by a hard charging Daniel Ricciardo in fourth for RedRead More
The nascent Formula One season is only four races in and Daniel Ricciardo’s Red Bull has already used up three Renault engines. The 2015 Rule book mandates just four engines per driver this season, with additional engine changes resulting in grid penalties. It is clear after Bahrain that the Red Bull has pace, Ricciardo claimed a comfortable 6th place but did so coasting after his engine let go in spectacular fashion. What isn’t clear is the root of the issue and a deep fissure has developed between Red Bull and Renault,Read More
Following the young Formula One season’s pattern of exciting race, boring race – Bahrain proved to be a thriller for the second year in a row with Lewis Hamilton holding off a hard charging Kimi Raikkonen by only 3 seconds claim his third victory in four races so far this year. The challenge Ferrari posed to Mercedes was apparent on Saturday as Sebastian Vettel snagged second on the grid, but after the initial laps Mercedes looked to have another race in the bag. Ferrari, noticed Pastor Maldonado set fastest lap,Read More

Posted On July 30, 2014By Adam TateIn Formula One

What We Learned: Hungary

The Hungarian Grand Prix was one of the most thrilling, unusual and telling races of the season. Looking back, here are 5 key things we learned this weekend at the Hungaroring. 5. Ferrari is back Ferrari who have truly struggled this season seem to finally be getting a handle on the so far woeful F14T. Alonso put on perhaps his best drive since winning last year’s Spanish Grand Prix and Kimi backed that up with a strong drive from 17th to 6th. Three quarters into the race they were forRead More