By Callum Springall A Finnish driver took his first win in Formula 1, in what was a slow burner of a Russian Grand Prix – but still incredibly tense going into the final laps. For a time it seemed to be a fairly routine win for the Mercedes new boy in Sochi, and one that […]

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By Callum Springall Despite qualifying more than four tenths down on Mercedes, it was Sebastian Vettel and Ferrari who took home what is surely the best looking trophy of the year… all right, second best. Might as well cut the British GP trophy some slack! The reasons for this are wide-ranging, as the actions of […]

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By Callum Springall After an anti-climactic yet equally refreshing opening in Melbourne, Formula 1’s V6 hybrids roared – or farted if you’re a member of the Will Buxton school of thought – into life in China. Despite a slow start and something to do with a hospital, Saturday gave rise to a fine battle between […]

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By Callum Springall New year, new cars, new order? That was the question asked by most F1 fans in the run up to the Australian Grand Prix. Mind you, there were a fair few theories suggesting that wouldn’t be the case. Mercedes were sandbagging in testing, some said – to the tune of about one second. They […]

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By Callum Springall They say every team in Formula 1 has its cycle. Its purple patch, if you will. Some are either fortunate enough or just genuinely good enough, to make their domination span multiple seasons. Think Red Bull’s monopolisation of both drivers’ and constructors’ championships from 2010 to 2013; others barely manage to reach […]

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This year marks a new era in many aspects for Formula One: the biggest rules reset for eight years, what feels like the biggest shift in the driver market for some time, the potential for a new order and a full makeover for the drivers’ loyal – or occasionally not so loyal – stallions. So […]

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