Even Sebastian Vettel’s post-race ‘donuts’ are becoming predictable, after the quadruple world champion on Sunday smashed an old Michael Schumacher record in Texas. Not even
Etihad Airways are inviting Formula 1 racing fans from around the world to experience the iconic Yas Marina circuit with the release of their online
Toro Rosso are in no rush to find a replacement for Daniel Ricciardo after it was confirmed that the 24-year-old Australian will be replacing Mark
Michael Schumacher thinks it is possible his record haul of seven world titles can be matched by fellow German Sebastian Vettel. Earlier this week, the
Mercedes chairman Niki Lauda has tipped Sebastian Vettel to wrap up his fourth consecutive drivers’ world championship with two races still to run this season.
Mercedes has perhaps the very best driver pairing in formula one. That is not the claim of a figure like Ross Brawn, Toto Wolff or
Mark Webber, retiring from formula one at the end of the season, has admitted he will not miss his teammate Sebastian Vettel. The Australian appeared
Lewis Hamilton has warmly welcomed the “great compliment” made by triple world champion Niki Lauda after the recent Hungarian grand prix. Having won his first