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What Australia tells us

The long wait is over! We are back in the season of Formula 1. It’s a massive season this year, 20 races in total, the longest season ever. Jenson Button staked a firm claim to final glory at the opening race of the season today. However it’s far too early to be naming presumptive champions, [...]

Button wins the battle, Vettel wins the war

Alberto Ascari, Juan Manuel Fangio, Jack Brabham, Alain Prost, Ayrton Senna, Michael Schumacher, Mika Hakkinen, Fernando Alonso and now Sebastian Vettel. Nine men. Nine men who will be remembered throughout the ages. It’s hard enough to win a single Formula 1 World Championship crown, harder still to win more than one and even harder still [...]

Business as usual in Valencia

Pole, fastest lap and the race win for Sebastian Vettel. It’s all coming together for him and Red Bull this season. The FIA’s new engine regulations disallowing separate engine maps for qualifying and the race have actually seemed to help Red Bull with the team able to lock out the front row in Valencia from [...]

F1 Blog’s European Predictions

Carrot’s Predictions European Grand Prix 2011 Winner – Jenson Button European Grand Prix 2011 Pole Position – Sebastian Vettel European Grand Prix 2011 Fastest Lap – Jenson Button Other predictions – At least one safety car I’m going for another Jenson Button win, he’d have won in Monaco if not for the red flag that [...]

F1 Blog’s Canadian Predictions

Carrot’s Predictions Canadian Grand Prix 2011 Winner – Lewis Hamilton Canadian Grand Prix 2011 Pole Position – Sebastian Vettel Canadian Grand Prix 2011 Fastest Lap – Mark Webber Other predictions – At least one safety car period Canada, the race Pirelli were told to copy their degradation patterns from, and they’ve brought the softest tyres [...]

WMSC Decision Analysis

The World Motor Sport Council held the meeting that would have the biggest influence on F1 in 2011 on Wednesday. Euan’s already brought us the news on this, now let’s go in-depth and see what this will actually mean for the sport next year. Tyres As just about everyone with half a clue predicted, Pirelli [...]

  • 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