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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
Renault has announced that they will make a decision regarding their future in Formula 1 by the end of the year. The engine supplier of Red Bull Racing and Toro Rosso, Renault has a contract with the two teams until the end of the 2016 season. Since the V6 era has began last year in Formula 1 Renault powered teams have struggled, leading to much debate as to whether or not the French manufacturer will once again become its own works team, or leave the sport altogether. Renault Sport F1Read More
Nico Rosberg
Nico Rosberg claimed victory in the Spanish Grand Prix at Circuit de Barcelona-Catalunya, his first of 2015, beating teammate Lewis Hamilton and Ferrari’s Sebastian Vettel after starting from pole. Rosberg jumped out to a comfortable lead at the start and was never seriously challenged for the top spot. Hamilton had a more eventful race. The defending World Champion stumbled at the start and had to use a combination of pit strategy and pace to overtake Vettel for the runner-up spot on the podium, ultimately finishing over 17s behind Rosberg. FerrariRead More
Nico Rosberg took his first pole of the 2015 Formula One season after beating Mercedes teammate Lewis Hamilton by .3s in qualifying for the Spanish Grand Prix. Rosberg had been out-qualified by championship leader Hamilton in every round this season, but on Saturday the German looked stellar, topping FP3 and then taking the pole in the final few minutes in qualifying. The Mercedes duo lock out the front row on the grid and are once again followed by the fast Ferrari of Sebastian Vettel, who was over.8s behind Rosberg. ValtteriRead More
Emerson Fittipaldi has never been a stranger to the racing world. The two-time Formula One World Champion and two-time Indy 500 winner has a different view these days as President of the FIA drivers’ commission. Although it has been over 30 years since the Brazilian has graced the cockpit of a Formula One machine, the growth of the sport has never been closer for the 67-year-old. F1 with a twist In recent weeks, Fittipaldi has now been named as part of a panel to help investigate the horrendous crash atRead More