On Friday morning, I was up nice and early as I had a breakfast date at Marussia to interview team principal John Booth. When I arrived at the team’s hospitality area, the team members were all eating, but neither Booth nor the team’s communications manager were there, yet. I sat down to wait and Max Chilton walked by and said “good morning.”
The Hungaroring outside Budapest will host its 29th Hungarian Grand Prix this weekend, an unbroken string stretching back to 1986.
Felipe Massa is becoming the poster child for ever-improving Formula One safety standards after he emerged unscathed from yet another dramatic accident on Sunday at the German Grand Prix.
We are now in the heart of the European part of the Formula One season, and the German Grand Prix takes place this weekend at Hockenheim. There are four German drivers on the grid: Sebastian Vettel, Nico Rosberg, Nico Hulkenberg and Adrian Sutil.
This weekend’s German Grand Prix will take place at the Hockenheimring in southwestern Germany. It is the 34th time that circuit has hosted the race. Like many of the classic European tracks, Hockenheim is a shadow of its former self, but even the redesigned track regularly draws big, passionate crowds and produces exciting races.
Kimi Raikkonen’s return to Ferrari and his battle with Fernando Alonso, his new teammate and fellow world champion, were supposed to be two of the big stories of this Formula One season.