Monthly Archives: June 2015

Canadian GP Offers More Than Just Lewis Hamilton’s Win and Mercedes’ Dominance

Lewis Hamilton’s victory for Mercedes at the Canadian Grand Prix on Sunday was not the most thrilling race the Circuit Gilles-Villeneuve has ever produced, but they can’t all be classics, can they?

Romain Grosjean Disappointed Max Verstappen Hasn’t Apologised for Monaco Crash

Discussion (and disagreement) over the Romain Grosjean-Max Verstappen crash at the Monaco Grand Prix has spilled over into the Montreal paddock this week. At the FIA press conference on Thursday morning, Felipe Massa reiterated the criticism he expressed for Verstappen after the Monaco race, saying it was correct that the young Dutchman was penalised for hitting the back of Grosjean’s car.

Can Ferrari’s Kimi Raikkonen Improve His Qualifying Performances?

Kimi Raikkonen is not a great qualifier. Despite the Finn’s well-earned reputation as a quick driver, turning in that single fast lap on Saturday has never been at the top of his list of skills. Rather, it is his ability to perform on Sundays that has made his reputation.

Sebastian Vettel Will Win the Formula 1 Title with Ferrari in 2016

It is going to happen at some point, Sebastian Vettel winning a Formula One championship with Ferrari. The question is: when?

Predictions are a dangerous game, particularly in a sport where it is difficult enough to forecast the winner of the next race, let alone a result one or more years down the road. Yet here we are, predicting not only that Vettel will add to his four titles, but the year he will do it.

Lewis Hamilton and 5 Other Formula 1 Defeat-from-the-Jaws-of-Victory Moments

In terms of pure sporting achievement, Nico Rosberg’s victory at the 2015 Monaco Grand Prix last weekend may not rank anywhere near Michael Jordan’s jump shot to beat Cleveland in 1989 or Liverpool’s Champions League comeback against AC Milan in 2005.