Scuderia Ferrari Tag

Sebastian Vettel led nearly every lap at the Hungaroring en route to winning one of the most exciting races of the year. Vettel shot past both Mercedes drivers Lewis Hamilton and Nico Rosberg to grab the lead entering Turn 1 with teammate Kimi Raikkonen following the German to make it a Ferrari 1-2 that remained that way for over half the race. Hamilton went off-track on the opening lap in order to avoid the backside of Rosberg, but a collision with Red Bull Racing’s Daniel Ricciardo later in the raceRead More
August 3, 1989 – July 17, 2015 Masters of Formula 3 Champion – 2008 Formula 3 Euro Series Champion – 2009 F1 Points in Monaco Grand Prix – 2014 French Formula Renault 2.0 Champion – 2007 There are no words that define how impactful the tragic loss of Jules Bianchi really is. The untapped potential of a future superstar that perhaps Formula One hasn’t been impacted by since the loss of Francois Cevert in the early 1970’s. The similarities between Cevert and Bianchi are astounding. Both drivers born and raisedRead More
Lewis Hamilton outpaced Mercedes teammate Nico Rosberg by over half a second for his ninth pole in 10 races, his fifth overall at the Hungaroring. In the Q3 shootout, Rosberg closed on his final attempt on Hamilton, but the Brit followed up with a lap at 1:22.020s to the German’s 1:22.595s en route to an electrifying qualifying performance. Sebastian Vettel pushed Scuderia Ferrari up to third with a 1:22.739s, while former teammate Daniel Ricciardo shot his Renault-powered Red Bull to fourth, tying the Aussie’s best qualifying effort of the season.Read More
Four-time Formula One World Champion Sebastian Vettel is set to run the Race of Champions at the former Olympic Stadium in London this November. Vettel, is the first active Formula One driver to put his name in the running and will chase his seventh ROC Nation’s Cup, but his first individual title. Nine-time 24 Hours of Le Mans winner Tom Kristensen, FIA World Rallycross champion Petter Solberg and defending ROC champion David Coulthard are just a few of the major names preparing for this year’s event. Vettel made his ROCRead More
Following a drivers press conference at Silverstone on Thursday, Ferrari driver and former F1 World Champion Kimi Raikkonen touched on rumors that surround him and the team. The previous two races for Raikkonen have been underwhelming. The Finn qualified third in the Canadian Grand Prix, but a mid-race spin at the hairpin corner for the second consecutive year caused him to finish fourth, missing out on a likely podium. In Austria Raikkonen failed to make it out of Q1 while teammate Sebastian Vettel qualified third. Then disaster struck during theRead More
Lewis Hamilton is now six for seven in poles this year after a dominating performance during Q3 for tomorrow’s Canadian Grand Prix. Hamilton recovered from not being able to practice in FP3 to out qualify his Mercedes AMG PETRONAS F1 Team teammate Nico Rosberg by nearly three tenths and the Mercedes duo were the only two drivers to record laps below 1m15s. “The first lap was pretty good; it could have been better,” said Hamilton. “Then the next lap started off bad but then was good in the middle sectorRead More

Posted On May 8, 2015By Adam TateIn Breaking News, Formula One

Salut Gilles

It was 33 years ago today that the racing world lost one of its’ most charismatic, beloved and talented drivers, Gilles Villeneuve. His infamous feud with Pironi and subsequent crash at Zolder have left generations of fans to only wonder what he might have acheived had his life not been cut so tragically short. Villeneuve was a driver like no other, his maiden win for Ferrari, in front of his home crowd made him an instant star. …and when they presented me with this tiny Canadian, this miniscule bundle ofRead More
With the Formula One world still buzzing from Ferrari’s return to form and Sebastian Vettel’s first triumph for the Scuderia, we take a look back at his mentor’s first win for the team, 19 years ago at the very track F1 will visit this weekend. The year was 1996 and newly crowned double World Champion Michael Schumacher had just left defending constructor’s champions Benetton after four hugely successful seasons to join the struggling titan of the sport: Ferrari. With him came a top notch technical team led by Ross BrawnRead More
Will Power 2015 IndyCar
1. Lewis Hamilton (GBR) F1 The defending World Champion has three wins in four races with the best team in F1. As long as Mercedes can deliver the updates, look for Hamilton to be in the fight. 2. Sebastien Ogier (FRA) WRC Displaying his dominance has been a frequent occurence for the Frenchman in WRC, who opened up 2015 with three wins in the first three rounds of the season and holds a 46-point lead over second place in the standings. 3. Kevin Harvick (USA) NASCAR Sprint Cup The defending SprintRead More

Posted On February 6, 2015By Motorsports TribuneIn In the Gravel Trap

In the Gravel Trap: From Jerez to Daytona

The boys are back at it in their latest installment “From Jerez to Daytona.” Adam Tate and Joey Barnes look into F1 testing from Jerez with the latest developments from Ferrari, McLaren-Honda, and others, while Josh Farmer goes in-depth on the IndyCar circus, and Christopher DeHarde talks some PWC and gives a brief look at the Mazda Road to Indy as they gear up for Winterfest at NOLA Motorsports Park. Click the link below to listen in: In the Gravel Trap: From Jerez to Daytona 02/05 by Tribute Racing |Read More