By Callum Springall Rarely has there been a device garnering so much abuse and so many threats of turned backs on a lifelong following of Formula 1. And who would have thought it would effectively be a carbon fibre tube suspended by a pillar that would manage it? That may make the halo sound a […]

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By Callum Springall In a race of fine margins, it was Lewis Hamilton who continued a number of trends while making some history on Saturday, and taking maximum points in consummate style on Sunday at F1’s 2017 Belgian Grand Prix around Spa-Francorchamps. From a strategy point of view, the most recent duel between Sebastian Vettel […]

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By Callum Springall In recent years there has been a significant change in prevalent schools of thought around environmentally-friendly energy use, with electric power taking centre stage over the course of the last 20 years or so. However, battery power opens up as many points of contention as it solves, such as its range, cost […]

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By Callum Springall Ferrari took a win against the recent run of results in Mercedes’ favour at the 2017 Hungarian Grand Prix which, despite coming on a track that suits the SF-70H’s characteristics, hints at the possibility of further success after the summer break. In spite of the Italian team’s woes during Friday practice, Ferrari […]

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By Richard Baxter From being relatively unheard of, Billy Monger has become a household name over the last few weeks. Unfortunately this wasn’t down to his race craft – but the horrendous crash he was involved in at Donnington in the British Formula 4 race series. To have both legs amputated at the age of […]

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By Callum Springall A few years ago, it was races like the Azerbaijan Grand Prix that made me feel sorry for those that had to write about them afterwards. So, bear with me! Straight off the bat, we’ll start with Red Bull – and I didn’t think I’d be saying that this season! It was […]

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