Sorry, I got a bit behind on posting my B/R pieces again. Here is a preview/review of Monza, all at once.
It may seem like the Nico Rosberg-Lewis Hamilton incident from last weekend’s Belgian Grand Prix has already been dragging on forever, but the fallout will not fully be felt until the end of the season, and possibly beyond.
The Formula One calendar is never stable, with races added and subtracted nearly every season. This year, for example, instead of India and South Korea, the traveling circus returned to Austria for the first time in 10 years and will make its debut in Russia in October.
They came close in Bahrain. Lewis Hamilton or Nico Rosberg might have done it in Canada, but for Mercedes reliability issues. Then, it finally happened last weekend in Belgium—the fastest race lap, set by Rosberg, was quicker than the fastest lap at the 2013 Belgian Grand Prix.
Daniel Ricciardo took advantage of a collision between the two Mercedes cars on Sunday to steal a shocking victory at the Belgian Grand Prix. The Aussie has won three of the last six races and is 64 points behind Nico Rosberg, the championship leader.
After a month-long break, Formula One is back! Even better, the first race after the summer break is the fan—and driver—favourite Belgian Grand Prix at Spa-Francorchamps. Here are 10 key facts about the Circuit de Spa-Francorchamps to help get you ready for the race.
With F1 shutting down for the summer holiday, there was not a ton of real news for the last few weeks. Here are a few fun pieces I published during the break.