Malaysian GP Preview: Cool heads will prevail in Sepang heat

After a tremendous opening chorus to the 2014 season just over a week ago in Melbourne, F1 is heading back More »

The Australian GP through the eyes of an Aussie

Melbourne is the undisputed home of sport in Australia, however Formula One racing is considered an acquired taste. Whilst 300,000 More »

Nico Rosberg claims dominant victory at Australian GP

Nico Rosberg claimed a dominant victory at the Australian Grand Prix as the new V6 era officially began. The German More »

Are Red Bull set to be red-faced in 2014?

To the cheers from the millions of non-Vettelians and particularly those who were booing the German on the podium last More »

Australian GP Preview: F1 heads into the unknown Down Under

After another seemingly never-ending winter, the new F1 season begins at its traditional opening destination of Melbourne’s Albert Park for More »

 

JLF1 Column – 2014 Bahrain Grand Prix

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The 2014 Bahrain Grand Prix was undoubtedly one of the best Formula 1 races I have seen in quite some time, and I’m definitely not the only one who thinks that. It was one of those races where there is always something going on. We had battles up and down the field and it really

2014 Bahrain GP Results

Pos. Driver Team Points 1 Lewis Hamilton Mercedes 25 2 Nico Rosberg Mercedes 18 3 Sergio Perez Force India 15 4 Daniel Ricciardo Red Bull 12 5 Nico Hulkenberg Force India 10 6 Sebastian Vettel Red Bull 8 7 Felipe Massa Williams 6 8 Valtteri Bottas Williams 4 9 Fernando Alonso Ferrari 2 10 Kimi

2014 Bahrain GP Qualifying Results

Nico Rosberg 01:33.180 Lewis Hamilton 01:33.464 Daniel Ricciardo 01:34.051 Valtteri Bottas 01:34.247 Sergio Perez 01:34.346 Kimi Raikkonen 01:34.368 Jenson Button 01:34.387 Felipe Massa 01:34.511 Kevin Magnussen 01:34.712 Fernando Alonso 01:34.992 Sebastian Vettel 01:34.985 Nico Hulkenberg 01:35.116 Daniil Kvyat 01:35.145 Jean-Eric Vergne 01:35.286 Esteban Gutierrez 01:35.891 Romain Grosjean 01:35.908 Pastor Maldonado 01:36.663 Adrian Sutil 01:36.840 Kamui

F1: Singapore vs Sepang

On Sunday, Lewis Hamilton stood on the top step of the podium in Malaysia (admittedly a much happier podium compared to last year’s) for the first time and Mercedes clinched their first 1-2 finish, which, I’m sure, is just one of many to come. And I was there to witness it! This weekend’s race was

JLF1 Column – 2014 Malaysian Grand Prix

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The 2014 Malaysian Grand Prix was a good race, wasn’t it? Well, I thought so anyway – there was lots of drama and action, a bit of rain to spice things up in qualifying (although less of a delay would have been nice) and a race full of good battles and strong drives. It wasn’t

2014 Malaysian GP Results

Pos. Driver Team Points 1 Lewis Hamilton Mercedes 25 2 Nico Rosberg Mercedes 18 3 Sebastian Vettel Red Bull 15 4 Fernando Alonso Ferrari 12 5 Nico Hulkenberg Force India 10 6 Jenson Button McLaren 8 7 Felipe Massa Williams 6 8 Valtteri Bottas Williams 4 9 Kevin Magnussen McLaren 2 10 Daniil Kvyat Toro

2014 Malaysian GP Qualifying Results

Lewis Hamilton 01:59.431 Sebastian Vettel 01:59.486 Nico Rosberg 02:00.050 Fernando Alonso 02:00.175 Daniel Ricciardo 02:00.541 Kimi Raikkonen 02:01.218 Nico Hulkenberg 02:01.712 Kevin Magnussen 02:02.213 Jean-Eric Vergne 02:03.078 Jenson Button 02:04.053 Daniil Kvyat 02:02.351 Esteban Gutierrez 02:02.369 Felipe Massa 02:02.460 Sergio Perez 02:02.511 Valtteri Bottas 02:02.756 Romain Grosjean 02:02.885 Pastor Maldonado 02:02.074 Adrian Sutil 02:02.131 Jules

Malaysian GP: A complete guide to the Sepang Circuit

Located in Selangor in the south of Malaysia, the Sepang Circuit was the first in a new breed of circuit designed by F1 architect Hermann Tilke. Yet unlike most other of his creations Sepang, which is now 15-years-old, has got a largely positive review from fans and drivers alike. The track has not changed since

Daniel Ricciardo: The next Wonder from Down Under?

Regardless of events in the stewards room late on that Sunday night in Melbourne – one of the stars of the opening race weekend Down Under was their very own Daniel Ricciardo. A young man on whom the spotlight has shone very brightly at now for quite some time since it was announced he would

Malaysian GP Preview: Cool heads will prevail in Sepang heat

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After a tremendous opening chorus to the 2014 season just over a week ago in Melbourne, F1 is heading back to the Far East for the second ensemble in the heat of Malaysia. Now 15 years old, this race, held at the Sepang Circuit, has grown and grown and is quickly becoming the first modern

Caterham and Marussia: Crunch Time

2014 marks Caterham and Marussia’s fifth season in Formula One, that’s five seasons without scoring a point or a top-ten finish. Unlike the demise of HRT at the end of 2012 both teams have secure funding through sponsors and even their drivers (touchy subject!). So why then, even with secure funding and drivers who have

The Australian GP through the eyes of an Aussie

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Melbourne is the undisputed home of sport in Australia, however Formula One racing is considered an acquired taste. Whilst 300,000 people came through the gates over four days at Albert Park this past weekend, without an Australian driver featuring heavily I’m not sure the race results would have featured on the front pages, let alone

Australian Grand Prix 2014: A rollercoaster weekend

Formula One enthusiasts’ wait was over as the first Grand Prix of 2014 zoomed in with high expectations, new rules, new engine(power unit!), new faces and of course new noses. Even though the test in Bahrain gave us some idea of which team has the better car and which drivers can handle the v6, we

JLF1 Column – 2014 Australian Grand Prix

The F1 2014 season has now kicked off and it did so in style with a dominant win for Nico Rosberg at last weekend’s Australian Grand Prix. I don’t remember ever being so excited for F1’s return and I can’t wait for the year ahead – which will hopefully be a big one for me.

Nico Rosberg claims dominant victory at Australian GP

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Nico Rosberg claimed a dominant victory at the Australian Grand Prix as the new V6 era officially began. The German strolled to a comfortable 24 second win ahead of Red Bull’s Daniel Ricciardo, with Kevin Magnussen taking third on his debut for McLaren. Lewis Hamilton led away from pole at the second attempt following Jules

2014 Australian GP Race Results

Pos. Driver Team Points 1 Nico Rosberg Mercedes 25 2 Kevin Magnussen McLaren 18 3 Jenson Button McLaren 15 4 Fernando Alonso Ferrari 12 5 Valtteri Bottas Williams 10 6 Nico Hulkenberg Force India 8 7 Kimi Raikkonen Ferrari 6 8 Jean-Eric Vergne Toro Rosso 4 9 Daniil Kvyat Toro Rosso 2 10 Sergio Perez

Lewis Hamilton denies Ricciardo fairytale in Melbourne qualifying

Lewis Hamilton broke Australian hearts by pipping Daniel Ricciardo to pole position in a thrilling wet qualifying for the Australian Grand Prix. As rain hit the circuit early in the session before returning towards the end the dominant Mercedes were caught in a major battle with the new Red Bull driver. The decision between full

2014 Australian GP Qualifying Results

Lewis Hamilton 01:44.231 Daniel Ricciardo 01:44.548 Nico Rosberg 01:44.595 Kevin Magnussen 01:45.745 Fernando Alonso 01:45.819 Jean-Eric Vergne 01:45.864 Nico Hulkenberg 01:46.030 Daniil Kvyat 01:47.368 Felipe Massa 01:48.079 Valtteri Bottas 01:48.147 Jenson Button 01:44.437 Kimi Raikkonen 01:44.494 Sebastian Vettel 01:44.668 Adrian Sutil 01:45.655 Kamui Kobayashi 01:45.867 Sergio Perez 01:47.293 Max Chilton 01:34.293 Jules Bianchi 01:34.794 Esteban

Are Red Bull set to be red-faced in 2014?

JEREZ DE LA FRONTERA, SPAIN - JANUARY 28:  (L-R) Infiniti Red Bull Racing Team Principal Christian Horner, drivers Sebastian Vettel of Germany, Daniel Ricciardo of Australia and Infiniti Red Bull Racing Chief Technical Officer Adrian Newey attend the launch of their new RB10 Formula One car at the Circuito de Jerez on January 28, 2014 in Jerez de la Frontera, Spain.  (Photo by Andrew Hone/Getty Images)

To the cheers from the millions of non-Vettelians and particularly those who were booing the German on the podium last year, it appears the streak of nine straight wins will not continue in Melbourne. However that comment in itself fails to highlight the issues facing Seb and his team heading to Australia, so looking ahead

Australian GP Preview: F1 heads into the unknown Down Under

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After another seemingly never-ending winter, the new F1 season begins at its traditional opening destination of Melbourne’s Albert Park for the Australian Grand Prix. So get out your merchandise, find a space to hide your accompanying snacks from your partner, put up the bunting and let’s get ready to finally welcome in 2014. Because yes