It seems that just about any discussion regarding Michael Schumacher's career inevitably turns to the final race of 1994, where Schumacher won the title after a collision with Damon Hill took both drivers out of the race. On lap 36, Schumacher ran wide on the exit of turn five and brushed the wall on the... Continue Reading →
What in the world happened to Schumi?
Michael Schumacher's Singapore Grand Prix came to an early end on Sunday when he crashed into the back of Jean-Eric Vergne's Toro Rosso. The stewards investigated the incident, found that Schumacher was to blame - which he admitted - and handed him a 10-place grid penalty for the next race in Japan. The incident occurred... Continue Reading →
At the start of Sunday's Belgian Grand Prix, Romain Grosjean veered sharply to the right-hand side of the track, pushing Lewis Hamilton onto the grass and triggering an accident that saw Grosjean's Lotus launch over the back of Sergio Perez's Sauber and very nearly connect with Fernando Alonso's head. The stewards handed Grosjean a one-race... Continue Reading →
Brilliant Button triumphs in Belgium
Until last weekend's Belgian Grand Prix, Jenson Button had never started on pole for McLaren. He made up for that by lapping Spa-Francorchamps three tenths faster than anyone else in qualifying on Saturday, setting up the ideal start to Sunday's race. In the race, Button was untouchable, disappearing into a comfortable lead in the first... Continue Reading →
Maria De Villota – further update from Marussia
Marussia F1 team have released the following update on their injured test driver Maria De Villota: It is now eight days since Maria De Villota’s accident at Duxford Airfield in her debut test for the Team. Despite severe injuries, Maria’s recovery during that time has been remarkable. Following two successful surgical procedures in the days... Continue Reading →