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Hamilton Survives Spa

With three out of the five championship contenders failing to score at this race, Lewis Hamilton came back after mechanical failure in Hungary to take victory and the lead of the championship in Belgium. A battle of attrition emerged at Spa with a mixture of changeable conditions and race incidents claiming the races of Jenson [...]

F1 Blog’s Belgian Predictions

Carrot’s Predictions Belgian Grand Prix 2010 Winner – Either Jenson Button or Mark Webber. The McLaren and Red Bull are strong at different points on the track and both these drivers are stronger in wet and changeable conditions than their team mates. Belgian Grand Prix 2010 Pole Position – Mark Webber. Vettel was developing engine [...]

Donington regains race licence

After being mismanaged during an attempt to host the British Grand Prix, Donington Park has been granted a new race licence after inspections by the sport’s governing bodies. FIA and Motorsport Association representatives visited the circuit yesterday and agreed that the track had been improved to the point where it could host both national and [...]

Do we have any artists reading?

Ayrton Senna would have been 50 years old this year, and to commemorate this fact his nephew, current HRT racer, Bruno Senna has opened a competition for all F1 fans. Setting the theme as ‘Ayrton Senna‚Äôs 50th Anniversary’, fans have the opportunity to design a race helmet for a Grand Prix later this year that [...]

Carrot’s Take on Team Orders

The fallout from Ferrari’s actions in Germany isn’t likely to die away any time soon, especially with reports this week that the Scuderia is looking at the possibility of civil action. According to reports, should the World Motor Sport Council choose to strip them of their points when they meet following the referral from the [...]

Aussie Grit Comes Good In Hungary

Making the most of a split strategy and the massive pace of the Red Bull, Mark Webber took his fourth victory of the season this afternoon. The win takes Webber and Red Bull to the top of the standings and mean the Aussie has now won twice as many races this year as every other [...]

  • Drivers Championship 2013

    1 Kimi Raikkonen 25
    2 Fernando Alonso 18
    3 Sebastian Vettel 15
    4 Felipe Massa 12
    5 Lewis Hamilton 10
    6 Mark Webber 8
    7 Adrian Sutil 6
    8 Paul Di Resta 4
    9 Jenson Button 2
    10 Romain Grosjean 1

  • Constructors Championship 2013

    1 Ferrari 30
    2 Lotus 26
    3 Red Bull 23
    4 Mercedes 10
    5 Force India 10
    6 McLaren 2
    7 Toro Rosso 0
    8 Sauber 0
    9 Williams 0
    10 Marussia 0
    11 Caterham 0