Ahead of this weekend's Monaco Grand Prix, the World of F1 blog speaks to Formula One legend Giancarlo Fisichella. The 14-season veteran, who won three races, talks exclusively about his career, team orders and tyres. Career highlight I think my first win in Brazil back in 2003 was my favourite...
Monaco facts and stats The tortuous streets of Monte Carlo provide the next challenge for Vodafone McLaren Mercedes on the 2013 Formula One calendar. The Principality’s 3.3km circuit is the shortest and slowest of the season, but it’s also one of the most demanding for man and machine. McLaren has won the Monaco Grand Prix [...]
Japanese carmaker Honda has a long, long history in Formula 1. Its return with McLaren in 2015 is not only a new chapter, but a reuniting of one of the most successful partnerships in Grand Prix history. Company founder Soichiro Honda is quoted as saying, "Racing improves the breed". Show More Summary
This year's Formula One season might qualify as being just as crazy as last year's, only it's a different kind of crazy. Instead of a new winner every Sunday, how the winner actually manages to take the victory is the mystery, and just...Show More Summary
Scuderia Ferrari secured a superb first and third place finish in yesterday’s 2013 Formula One Spanish Grand Prix, with star driver Fernando Alonso taking home the victory and his team-mate Felipe Massa coming in third--this despite a penalized start at ninth on the grid. Standing in between the two Ferrari drivers was Lotus’ Kimi...
In one of the more dominant performances you’ll ever see in Formula 1, Spain’s own Fernando Alonso and his Ferrari stole the show Sunday by winning the 2013 Grand Prix of Spain in front of his home crowd. Alonso finished 9.3 seconds ahead of eventual second-place finisher Kimi Raikkonen. Show More Summary
Some of the world's best drivers will be looking to earn a win in Barcelona this Sunday at the 2013 Grand Prix of Spain. Following a three-week break, Formula One action returns this weekend as three-time champion Sebastian Vettel looks...Show More Summary
Pole position after qualifying today at the 2013 Formula One Spanish Grand Prix went to Mercedes AMG’s Nico Rosberg. The young German posted a best time of 1.20.718, which was just enough to edge him past his Mercedes AMG team-mate Lewis Hamilton’s time of 1:20.972. This means it will be a Mercedes front row at tomorrow’s race...
The Circuit de Catalunya near Barcelona, home of the Formula One Spanish Grand Prix, is a track that all teams know intimately and one where conditions can change significantly throughout the weekend. The current weather forecast for Sunday’s race is partly cloudy skies and a peak temperature of 75 degrees F (24 degrees C). Humidity levels...
After yet another three-week break, Formula One returns to its traditional heartland in Europe for the Spanish Grand Prix. The race will take place at the Circuit de Catalunya, close to Barcelona. It will be the 23rd time the event has been held at the track, and only Kimi Raikkonen of the current crop of drivers has more than one win. Show More Summary
While in previous years there have been two Formula One races held in Spain, the European and Spanish grands prix, in 2013 there will be only one, the Spanish GP, which once again takes place at the Circuit de Catalunya just outside of Barcelona. This is the first of seven European races on the 2013 F1 calendar and it promises to deliver plenty of...
Plans to encourage Formula One teams to run rookie drivers during free practice in exhchange for an extra set of tyres have been dropped, with all outifts due to receive an extra allocation for the forthcoming Spanish Grand Prix.
As the Formula One fraternity heads into the first Grand Prix of the European season in Spain, Lotus driver Romain Grosjean believes that he is now in a position to consistently challenge at the sharp-end of the grid, and is looking to carry his promising Bahrain form into the coming races.
Circuit de Catalunya facts & stats The Circuit de Catalunya is one of Formula 1’s most popular racetracks. Its eclectic mix of corners and straights provides a thorough workout for the cars, which is why the teams conducted eight days of pre-season testing at the track in February. The 4.6-mile circuit is the fifth [...]
Sebastian Vettel has made an exploratory visit to the new Sochi Olympic Park Circuit in Russia, planned to host a future round of the Formula One World Championship. Fresh from his win at the weekend’s Bahrain Grand Prix – where … Continue reading ? The post Sebastian Vettel hits planned Russian Formula One circuit appeared first on CarAdvice.
The sand, the wind, the penalties, the contact and the one crash - all of them collided to make the Bahrain Formula One Grand Prix a surprise affair from day to day and lap to lap. Oh, and did we mention the tires? Pirelli made a last-minute...Show More Summary
Takuma Sato has won the Indycar Grand Prix of Long Beach, with the victory his first in 52 race starts since he switched to the series from Formula One.
Formula One reigning world champion Sebastian Vettel of Red Bull Racing scored his second consecutive Bahrain Grand Prix victory with a dominant drive to the finish during yesterday’s race. Vettel’s start from second on the grid wasn’t so smooth, and he was even passed by Ferrari’s Fernando Alonso going into the first turn...
Sebastian Vettel again dominated the Formula One field to take the Bahrain Grand Prix this weekend, making it back-to-back victories in Bahrain. Tensions were high heading into the fourth Grand Prix of the year, with political angst and problems combining to create an interesting landscape. Show More Summary
Once again, Red Bull's Sebastian Vettel proved he's in a class of his own in Formula One. The three-time reigning world drivers' champion dominated the field at the Bahrain Grand Prix to defend his title at the race. Vettel started in second but held the front spot by the 17th lap, and he did not look back. Show More Summary