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Ferrari Disaster Leads to Mercedes Jubilation: Twitter Reacts

This morning, Lewis Hamilton struck gold at the Japanese Grand Prix in Suzuka. The Red Bull duo of Max Verstappen and Daniel Ricciardo were 2nd and 3rd. Hamilton benefitted from a Ferrari disaster, particularly from Sebastian Vettel. The Ferrari...
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Ferrari Protection a Priority for ‘Hurt’ Sebastian Vettel

Sebastian Vettel's grasp on the world championship loosened even further after the Japanese GP. A spark plug failure forced the German to retire early. To make matters even worse, title rival Lewis Hamilton won the race to extended the...
Biometric Gloves for 2018 F1 Season

2018 F1 Season Could See Biometric Gloves Introduced

The FIA put forward an interesting proposition in terms of driver health. The plan is to introduce biometric gloves from the 2018 F1 season onwards. The new technology features a 3mm thick sensor. It will monitor a driver's pulse rate...
Hamilton and Vettel Q3 Result

Vettel Q3 Run Risky with Front Row Secure

When Vettel went for his Q3 run, he threw caution into the wind. He was aware that he was starting on the front row anyway. Despite this revelation he pushed hard. Sebastian admitted that he was gunning for pole...
Bianchi's crash strengthened the need for safety in F1

Safety Mechanisms in Formula 1

From the beginning of the sport till the end of the 70s, Formula 1 has seen, on average,  three deaths every two years. Though the numbers after this era have improved dramatically. Seasons between 1977 and 1994, 17 years in total,...
Lewis Hamilton Claims 71st Pole

71st Pole for Hamilton in Suzuka, Twitter Reacts

The Japanese GP has just wrapped up this morning and Lewis Hamilton has grabbed his 71st pole position. Teammate Valtteri Bottas qualified 2nd but does have a 5-place grid penalty. This promotes Sebastian Vettel up to the front row...

Jenson Button Overstayed Welcome in F1

Jenson Button believes he stayed in Formula One for one year too long. According to him, it drained his passion for racing in his final campaign with McLaren in 2016. He stepped away from F1 at the end of...

Marcin Budkowski Confirmed for Renault in 2018

The Renault F1 team has officially confirmed that former FIA technical and sporting co-ordinator Marcin Budkowski will join the team in 2018. Cyril Abiteboul said Budkowski's arrival will help drive Renault's bid to become one of F1's top teams by 2020. "It...