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Preview of The Brazilian Formula One GP

With the 2018 F1 championship race signed, sealed, and delivered to Lewis Hamilton for the drivers, it’s now a race to the line for the constructors’ championship. Mercedes-Benz sits on 585 points, 55 ahead of Ferrari’s 530. Red Bull are a distant third on 362. There’s further news for the F1 category, with confirmation that…

Racing Around the city of Sao Paulo: The Brazilian Grand Prix

The bustling metropolis of Sao Paulo is one of the most culturally diverse in the world. It’s a city of celebration, hosting some of the world’s largest public events including of course the Brazilian Grand Prix, which attracts enthusiastic crowds of local and international fans. The circuit itself is conveniently located just 10 miles south…

Verstappen Wins The Race, Hamilton Wins The Crown, In Mexico

It was a race that saw a champion crowned, heartbreak yet again for a driver, and a demonstration of strength and fragility for racing rubber. Lewis Hamilton overcame tire wear issues, lapped traffic, and dicing with Red Bull cars, to finally place his hand on the 2018 Formula 1 crown. Although not a podium place…

Daniel Ricciardo Leads A Red Bull Front Row Lock Out at Mexico Grand Prix

Pole position for the Mexico F1 Grand Prix has gone to Daniel Ricciardo. He’s pipped his Red Bull team mate Max Verstappen by just 0.026 of a second, edging out Lewis Hamilton and Sebastian Vettel, and it’s the first time in 2018 that either of those two haven’t been on the front row for a…

High Times In Mexico For The 2018 F1 Contenders

Formula 1 heads south from the Circuit of the Americas to Mexico City for this weekend’s Formula 1 Gran Premio De Mexico 2018. It’s a race in one of the world’s highest cities, one that is at an altitude higher than Australia’s highest mountain. The altitude is something the engine management technicians will need to…
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