Singapore Grand Prix: Sledge Hammer Time

Lewis Hamilton took the lead in the championship tonight after winning the Singapore Grand Prix. The Mercedes driver stormed his way to victory from pole position, and the retirement of his teammate left the way for the two Red Bulls to stand either side of Hamilton on the podium. Vettel stole an early position from

Singapore Grand Prix: Pre Race Thoughts

It is once again a Mercedes front row lockout ahead of the Singapore Grand Prix*. Under the streetlights, Hamilton managed the snatch pole position from his teammate, who in turn stole the top spot from Daniel Ricciardo. The absence of aiding drivers over team radio had caused confusion during practice, but seemed a little more

Singapore Grand Prix: Circuit Analysis

Selamat datung ke Singapura! Round 14 of the 2014 Formula 1 Championship takes us to the 5.065km Marina Bay Street Circuit for the night race; the Singapore Grand Prix. This is quite possibly one most physically demanding races on the calendar. While the Singapore sun is nowhere to be seen, the Singapore heat likes to

Italian Grand Prix: Mercedes are friends now, apparently…

Hello everyone! Tom Grantham here for my final report for this weekend’s edition of Alelbuth while Alex continues to settle in to Madrid. The results of today’s race seem to reflect upon the positions posted at qualifying. Mercedes in the front row, Williams in the second row, and Red Bull Racing finally finding some pace

Italian Grand Prix: Pre Race Thoughts

Hello everyone! It’s Tom Grantham here filling in for Alex for this weekend’s Italian Grand Prix at the legendary Monza! One of the hottest topics on the grid this weekend has been the replacement of gravel with Astroturf around the Parabolica corner. This has generated several drivers’ excitement at the decreased risk of damaging their

Italian Grand Prix: Track Analysis

Ciao amici, e benvenuti al Gran Primio d’Italia! The 5.793km Autodromo di Monza requires a completely different aerodynamic setup compared to any race on the calendar. Adding to atmosphere, the unique blend of long straights, and slow corners pose a circuit that is seriously hard on the brakes. A lower downforce package for straight-line speed

Belgian Grand Prix: Aussie Aussie Aussie

Daniel Ricciardo took out his third win of the season at Spa-Francorchamps after a faultless drive allowed him to pick up the pieces of Mercedes disastrous race. Nico Rosberg somewhat controversially took the second step of the podium, while the quiet achiever at Williams; Valtteri Bottas came home to finish third. From lights out, Hamilton got