By Callum Springall 1: The return of the technological war Waking up on Friday morning, it felt like a return to a seemingly bygone era where the leading teams would conjure up all manner of technical developments, bordering on illegality. The news during the Sky’s coverage of FP1 concerned an engine trick used by Mercedes, in […]

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So as we head to “Schpeilberg” – as Michael calls it – for the Austrian Grand Prix, and the 2016 drivers’ championship battle between the Mercedes pair of Lewis Hamilton and Nico Rosberg is as it was before the Canadian Grand Prix. That shows how topsy-turvy the championship can be and hopefully this will continue for […]

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The Brazilian Grand Prix is normally an exciting race. One of the reasons for that, of course, is the weather. It can be very mixed at Sao Paulo – which is good for the show… But if you are having a bet it can be a tricky to predict. Just cast your mind back to Austin! […]

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Team orders are nothing new to Formula One, but each season they throw some sort of controversy into the mix… Whether it’s Rubens Barrichello letting Michael Schumacher through at the last corner in Austria 2002, Felipe Massa’s famous “Alonso is faster than you” radio call – when team orders we’re banned – or the “Multi-21” […]

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