Chilton needed a retirement

Max Chilton recorded his first ever Formula 1 retirement in Sunday's Canadian Grand Prix. It's probably the most important event that has occurred in his short F1 career thus far. Chilton has had a monkey on his back for some time now. That monkey has been his reliability. He finished every race of his debut... Continue Reading →

Pole position battle brews in Hungary

With just over an hour to go to qualifying at the Hungaroring, there is no clear favourite for pole position. That's quite unusual for 2013, a season in which all of the 9 pole positions so far have been taken by Sebastian Vettel, Nico Rosberg and Lewis Hamilton (evenly shared with 3 each). Sebastian Vettel... Continue Reading →

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