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Things to look out for at the Canadian Grand Prix

So the Formula One circus arrives to the Circuit Gilles Villeneuve in Canada this weekend and it needs to be seen whether the new cars will make the generally interesting Canadian Grand Prix  another processional event or not. But going...

6 Best Constructors Never to Win a Constructors Championship

Many manufacturers have graced the Formula One stage and gone. While some have been successful, others... not so much. They say that you either have in you or you don't. The following teams had it in them all along...

Ferrari has a Number 1 and Number 2 Driver

Whether Monaco’s results were orchestrated or it was the result of Vettel’s blistering pace, it can only be known if a new piece of information makes its way to the public coming from the Italian Stable. People are going...

Renault Gunning for Perez Deal for 2018

The Renault Formula One team have set their sights on current Sahara Force India driver Sergio Perez for the 2018 season. But according to French daily newspaper L'Equipe, who reported the news of the Renault-Perez deal, the Mexican could...

Wolff hopeful Hamilton will see out F1 career with Mercedes

Mercedes boss Toto Wolff believes that the relationship between Lewis Hamilton and the team couldn't be better than it is now. He believes Lewis wouldn't be as happy as he is at any other team in the paddock. In an...

Twitter reacts to Ferrari’s first win in Monaco after 16 years

The Monaco Grand Prix has just concluded and in traditional Monaco fashion it was a processional race but a couple of things did liven up the race. The first one was that it was Ferrari's first win in Monaco in...

Kimi takes first pole in 128 races: Read some of the best Twitter reactions

The Qualifying session in Monaco saw some strange incidents and an even unusual pole sitter. Kimi Raikkonen took his first pole position since 2008 beating his team mate Sebastian Vettel and third place Valtteri Bottas. Others in the top...

Ricciardo Rethinking Priorities due to Red Bull’s Lack of Pace

Red Bull driver Daniel Ricciardo has had to put his championship dreams on hold for the time-being, owing to the big performance gap between his team and Mercedes and Ferrari. "It's a little bit like a 2015 scenario where you...