Motor Sports

The day Senna enraged an unknowing Schumacher

The 1992 season was a Williams walkover, and Brazil would play host to the third 1-2 thus far for the Renault-powered team. Nigel Mansell overcame a fast-starting Riccardo Patrese for victory, so the real race was for third, which Senna was determined to take… Riccardo Patrese, Williams FW14B Renault leads at the start Photo by: […]

Norris enjoying more serious Veloce/Motorsport Games events

While the F1 season remains on hold due to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, Norris has been the most high-profile driver involving himself in a number of Esports events. The McLaren racer has regularly taken part in both the Veloce/Motorsport Games events and F1’s Virtual GP Series, as well as streaming a number of other games […]

Can Formula 1 survive a 2020 financial meltdown?

At the moment it’s a theoretical question, as officially there are still 14 races on the schedule. Six other events – all the cancelled/postponed races except Monaco and Australia – are waiting in line for potential new dates. In his most recent communication, F1 boss Chase Carey suggested that there could still be season of […]

Silverstone would host several F1 races, use reverse layout

As the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic continues to impact global sport, F1 bosses are continuing to evaluate the current calendar that has already lost its first eight races. Silverstone confirmed on Wednesday it had until the end of April to make a decision on the running of the British Grand Prix, scheduled for July 19.  A […]

The day Montoya gave F1 a shock to the system

The opening races of the 2001 season foreshadowed what would be an era of dominance for Michael Schumacher and Ferrari. After finally defeating McLaren’s Mika Hakkinen in 2000 the German would go on to dominate the sport for another four seasons.  Schumacher duly took pole in Sao Paulo, then the third race of the season, […]

Full report: Flash back to Schumacher’s 100th F1 podium

After all the expectations surrounding the new Ferrari F2002, Michael Schumacher and his team demonstrated that their decision to debut the new car at the Brazilian Grand Prix was right, with the German taking a moral victory, beating the tough opposition from the Williams drivers. As usual, the story was much more complex than that. […]