Nico Rosberg extends his championship lead by 14 points after winning the German Grand Prix, ahead of Valtteri Bottas and Lewis Hamilton. Safe to say it was a good week for Germany, and the Mercedes team, and powered engines. It was another superb performance for Bottas to hold his P2 position throughout the race. Lewis
It was a hot and dry qualifying session, with the Mercedes powered engines exerting dominance on the rest of the grid. Nico Rosberg secured pole position with 1:16.540s for an all Finnish front row*, ahead of the Williams of Bottas and Massa. The field headed out on the soft compound tyres in the early session,
Hallo und herzlich willkommen zum Großen Preis Santander von Deutschland! Round ten of the 2014 season takes us to Germany, and the Hockenheimring. The 4.574km circuit is designed to encourage racing with two sequential DRS zones, though some of the hottest track temperatures adds an element of unpredictability to the weekend. Track temperatures so far over the weekend
Lewis Hamilton took out his home Grand Prix after inheriting the lead from his team mate’s retirement. Valtteri Bottas stormed his way to the second step of the podium, making up twelve places throughout the race. Red Bull’s Daniel Ricciardo just managed to keep his tyres intact to fend of Button to come home in P3.
‘Allo, and welcome to the British Grand Prix. The unofficial home of Formula 1, takes place at Silverstone. The 5.891km circuit is fast flowing, but puts a lot of pressure on the tyres. The mix of slow corners through turns 6 and 7, and high speed corners through 10,11,12,13, and 14 requires a balance of
It was an all Mercedes podium for the Austrian Grand Prix, though not quite in the order that fans were hoping for. Nico Rosberg extended his championship starting from P3 on the grid to take the victory, ahead of team mate Lewis Hamilton and Williams’ Valtteri Bottas. Pole sitter, Felipe Massa missed out on a
Hallo, und willkommen auf der Austrian Grand Prix*. Formula 1 returns to Austria for the first time since 2003 at the newly renamed Red Bull Ring. The 4.326km circuit runs clockwise, and is the second shortest on the calendar. With only 9 corners, the track is an interesting combination of high speed straights into heavy braking and