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Posted On February 19, 2016By Steve AibelIn Breaking News, Formula One, Headline News

Scuderia Ferrari Launch the SF16-H

By Steve Aibel, Senior F1 Writer Today, Ferrari launched the ambitious new SF16-H, a car in which they have placed their efforts and hopes into catching the front running Mercedes team and breathing the life of competition in Formula One again. In an online launch, Maurizio Arrivabene introduced the car, primarily in Italian, highlighting the fact that they are an Italian team. Arrivabene emphasized the commitment of the entire Ferrari organization to victory as he brought drivers Sebastian Vettel and Kimi Raikkonen to the stage, where they answered a few questionsRead More
By Adam Tate, Managing Editor 20 years ago, Michael Schumacher was already a two time Formula One world drivers’ champion. Yet he was just beginning the greatest chapter in his career at the dawn of his relationship with Scuderia Ferrari. Today he remains at home, surrounded by family and friends on the long road of recovery after a tragic skiing accident in late 2013 sidelined him with severe head trauma. The Exhibition, open to the public for the next two years is being put on by Deutsche Vermögensberatung in the city ofRead More
By Steve Aibel, Senior F1 Writer In just over one month, the 2016 Formula 1 campaign will begin anew. 11 teams will compete across the globe in what is a travelling exhibit of explosive firepower and technology. Unbridled racing as it should be! As the excitement builds toward the first race in Australia on March 20th, there are three essential story-lines that will inevitably dominate the upcoming season. How these narratives develop will ultimately determine whether the 2016 season proves riveting, or whether we mail this year in, awaiting a moreRead More
Nico Rosberg took a second consecutive Brazilian Grand Prix win with a controlled drive from pole position, beating Mercedes team-mate Lewis Hamilton to the flag by 7.7 seconds. Sebastian Vettel took a relatively lonely third place, finishing 6.4s behind Hamilton and more than 30 seconds in front of team-mate Kimi Raikkonen. Last year Rosberg had put in a flawless performance to keep his title hopes alive until the final race of the season and while there was only pride and second place to battle for this year in Interlagos, RosbergRead More
In front of a packed and hugely atmospheric Autodrómo Hermanos Rodríguez, Nico Rosberg took a controlled fourth victory of the season ahead of team-mate Lewis Hamilton to become the first winner of the Mexican Grand Prix since Nigel Mansell in 1992. Valtteri Bottas was third for Williams ahead of the Red Bulls of Daniil Kvyat and Daniel Ricciardo. The German held his lead at the start of the race and over his first stint build up a solid gap to Hamilton. Eventually the Mercedes drivers’ advantage was so great thatRead More

Posted On September 20, 2015By Motorsports TribuneIn Breaking News, Formula One

Vettel wins incident-packed Singapore Grand Prix

Sebastian Vettel took his third victory of the season for Ferrari in an incident-packed race at the Marina Bay Circuit that saw Lewis Hamilton retire with technical problems and a spectator invade the track. Vettel took his fourth career Singapore Grand Prix win ahead of Red Bull Racing’s Daniel Ricciardo, with Kimi Räikkönen third in the second Ferrari ahead of Mercedes’ Nico Rosberg. When the lights went out at the start of the race Vettel made a good getaway to take the lead ahead of Ricciardo. Räikkönen too held hisRead More
Sebastian Vettel has called on F1 supremo Bernie Ecclestone to keep Monza on the series calendar amid rumors that the longtime home of the Italian Grand Prix could be dropped in 2016. The German finished second behind Lewis Hamilton at Monza, leading the charge for Scuderia Ferrari while teammate Kimi Raikkonen grabbed fifth. The uncertainty for over the future for one of F1’s most historic and prestigious venues as the host of the Italian Grand Prix has also put other tracks, such as Imola, back into consideration. Matteo Renzi, theRead More
Speaking privately before today’s Italian Grand Prix, Hollywood legend George Lucas asked Lewis Hamilton why he didn’t go out and win a race by 20 seconds, today Lewis Hamilton did. In doing so, the performance of the year was shaded by controversy. Hamilton who had pulled away from Sebastian Vettel in second, had a 20 second lead going into lap 48 of 53 at Monza when he received a mysterious radio transmission instructing him to pick up the pace and not ask questions. Hamilton duly noted the instructions and uppedRead More

Posted On September 5, 2015By Adam TateIn Breaking News, Formula One, Headline News

Hamilton takes pole at Monza

The Italian Grand Prix is special. A look in the team garages to see the likes of FCA boss Sergio Marchionne and Mercedes chief Dieter Zetsch reveals just how much the Italian round of the championship means to to teams. Just one look at the scarlet coated grandstands shows how much it means to the fans, the tifosi. Just one look at the drivers shows how much it means to them, their commitment, their passion. Qualifying at Monza is all about speed and today we were treated to a spectacularRead More

Posted On August 19, 2015By Joey BarnesIn Formula One

Ferrari retains Raikkonen for 2016 season

Kimi Raikkonen will remain with Ferrari for the 2016 Formula 1 season, the Maranello-based team announced Wednesday. Raikkonen, who won the 2007 F1 title with Ferrari, will pair with four-time world champion Sebastian Vettel for the second consecutive year. The confirmation of the Finn’s return comes after months of speculation that another Finn, Williams driver Valtteri Bottas, was linked to the seat for 2016. With Ferrari picking up Raikkonen’s option, the Italian squad ensures some stability as they return a driver lineup in succession for the first time since theRead More