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Wednesday, December 26, 2018

Formula 1 - 2018 SEASON REVIEW: MERCEDES: The Inside Line


Published 25 December 2018

"Our F1 2018 Season Review feature on Mercedes-AMG Petronas Motorsport. Mercedes is again Formula 1’s benchmark team, and continues to storm in the sport’s hybrid era having secured five-straight world championships. The squad returned from Brazil to a rock star reception, having locked-up the constructors’ after what was its toughest fight since 2014. Watch the video, and tell us what you think in the comments…

Monday, December 24, 2018

Formula 1 - 2018 SEASON REVIEW: FERRARI: The Inside Line


Published on 23 December 2018

"Our F1 2018 Season Review feature on Scuderia Ferrari. Scuderia Ferrari will no doubt see 2018 as a disappointing year, given the strength of the SF71H car it launched with. And in what was the fastest car on many occasions - Sebastian Vettel and Kimi Räikkönen secured six wins: the most for Ferrari since 2008, the last time it won the constructors’ - and six poles. Watch the video, and tell us what you think in the comments…

Sunday, December 23, 2018

Formula 1 - 2018 SEASON REVIEW: RED BULL RACING: The Inside Line



Published on 22 December 2018

"Our F1 2018 Season Review feature on Aston Martin Red Bull Racing. Red Bull Racing headed into 2018 hoping for better reliability, after a dire season last year - in which it endured 13 DNFs from 20 races. …a fitting result for the RB13, which carried the tagline ‘unlucky for some’ - something the team was keen to move away from. Watch the video, and tell us what you think in the comments…

Saturday, December 22, 2018

Formula 1 - WILLIAMS RACING: THE ONLY WAY IS UP: The Inside Line


Published on 21 December 2018

"Our latest Formula 1 2018 feature on Williams Racing. Williams heads into 2019 with one aim, to move forward. The former British powerhouse fell to its lowest ebb this year, finishing last in the constructors’ standings with only seven points - just the third time it’s scored less than 10 in a season. And it was difficult to watch for even the squad’s most ardent supporters. Watch the video, and tell us what you think in the comments…

Formula 1 - 2018 SEASON REVIEW: RENAULT: The Inside Line


Published on 21 December 2018

"Our F1 2018 Season Review feature on Renault F1 Team. Renault finished the 2018 season as best of the rest in fourth, behind its customer squad Red Bull Racing - with which it’s had a fractious, even vicious, partnership at times… …and it’s a team it would love to leapfrog next season, and with its rival’s star driver, Daniel Ricciardo, even though Renault Sport Racing chief Cyril Abiteboul says that wouldn't make the achievement sweeter. Watch the video, and tell us what you think in the comments…

Thursday, December 20, 2018

Formula 1 - 2018 SEASON REVIEW: HAAS: The Inside Line



Published on 20 December 2018

"Our F1 2018 Season Review feature on Haas F1 Team. American outfit Haas enjoyed its best season to-date in 2018 - moving up in F1’s constructors’ standings for the first time in its history - three places to fifth - and almost doubling its points balance to a total of 93. It’s been an impressive run from the minnow US-squad, which joined F1 in 2016 and broke the mould for new teams in the sport. Watch the video, and tell us what you think in the comments…

Sunday, December 16, 2018

Race Highlights - 2018 SAUDIA Ad Diriyah E-Prix | ABB FIA Formula E Championship


Published on 15 December 2018

All of the most dramatic action from the first race of the 2018/19 Formula E season. The best overtakes, onboards, crashes, incidents and drama from a thrilling race in Ad Diriyah.

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Saturday, December 15, 2018

Formula 1 - 2018 SEASON REVIEW: SAUBER: The Inside Line


Published on 14 December 2018

"Our F1 2018 Season Review feature on Sauber F1 Team. 2018 was Sauber’s most successful campaign in Formula 1’s turbo-hybrid era, with the Swiss team earning 48 points - for eighth in the standings. Its season began with plenty of optimism, the squad welcoming an iconic marque back into the fold… Italian manufacturer Alfa Romeo returning to F1 after an absence of more than 30 years. Watch the video, and tell us what you think in the comments…

Wednesday, December 12, 2018

Formula 1 - WEEKLY FORMULA 1 NEWS (11 DECEMBER 2018): The Inside Line


Published on 11 December 2018

"Our latest Formula 1 2018 news updates as part of our rolling coverage. - Hamilton Secures Trophy - Ferrari Needs To Up Its Game - 2021 Simulation Freedom - Black And Gold Haas? - More Changes For 2019

Monday, December 10, 2018

Formula 1 - PIERRE GASLY: BIG CHALLENGE: The Inside Line



Published on 9 December 2018

"Our latest Formula 1 2018 feature on Aston Martin Red Bull Honda driver Pierre Gasly. Red Bull Racing heads into 2019 with quiet confidence, the squad bound for waters anew, care of a fresh power unit partnership with Japanese car manufacturer Honda… …and a new driver line-up - its first change since Spain 2016 - with Dutch sensation Max Verstappen joined by French young gun Pierre Gasly, who makes the step up from B-team Toro Rosso. Watch the video, and tell us what you think in the comments…

Sunday, December 9, 2018

Formula 1 - RENAULT F1 TEAM: FUTURE PLANS: The Inside Line


Published on 8 December 2018

Renault Sport remains bullish it can reduce the gap to the sport’s top teams in 2019, with special advisor Alain Prost confirming on the Abu Dhabi grid it will be closer but by how much remains to be seen. There’s no doubt the French manufacturer is on target with its plans to be a frontrunning team by 2020, finishing this year fourth in the constructors’ standings behind Mercedes, Ferrari and Red Bull. Watch the video, and tell us what you think in the comments…

Saturday, December 8, 2018

Formula 1 - CHARLES LECLERC: THE COMING MAN: The Inside Line


Published on 7 December 2018

"Our latest Formula 1 2018 feature on Scuderia Ferrari’s Charles Leclerc. Charles Leclerc is being hyped as one of the most exciting talents to ever step into a Ferrari, with fans the world over going ga-ga as to what the 21-year-old might achieve at the works squad next year. The Monégasque was the coming man even before his F1 debut this year, care of his standout record in the junior categories. Watch the video, and tell us what you think in the comments…

Friday, December 7, 2018

UK - 2018 British GT Season Review - GT3


Published on 7 December 2018

Another record-breaking and history-making British GT season boiled down to a three-way scrap for the senior class title at Donington Park between Flick Haigh & Jonny Adam, Jon Minshaw & Phil Keen, and Mark Farmer & Nicki Thiim.

Formula 1 - Lewis Hamilton makes email demand to Mercedes team-mates ahead of new F1 season

                                                                                       
Published on 7 December 2018

LEWIS HAMILTON has asked his Mercedes team-mates to pinpoint his weaknesses so he can work on them over the winter.

Thursday, December 6, 2018

FERNANDO ALONSO: BAHRAIN CAR SWAP: The Inside Line


Published on 5 December 2018

"Our latest Formula 1 2018 feature on McLaren-Renault’s Fernando Alonso. Abu Dhabi was Fernando Alonso’s final Formula 1 Grand Prix, for now at least, with the 2-time F1 World Champion celebrated for a glorious career - across 17-seasons racing at the pinnacle of motorsport. Even if his most recent results with McLaren have been disappointing, with 2018’s MCL33 on average the second slowest car on the grid. Watch the video, and tell us what you think in the comments…

Monday, December 3, 2018

Formula 1 - KEVIN MAGNUSSEN: STANDOUT SEASON: The Inside Line



Published on 2 December 2018

Our latest Formula 1 2018 feature on Haas F1 Team’s Kevin Magnussen. Danish racer Kevin Magnussen has rebuilt his reputation in Formula 1 this year, emerging as a smiling, but ruthless assassin - on the back of his best season in the sport, 56 points for ninth in the standings… securing 10th place at the final round in Abu Dhabi. He’s proven to be the right choice for American team Haas, which needed points from both cars - something its former driver, Esteban Gutiérrez, just couldn’t manage in 2016. Watch the video, and tell us what you think in the comments…