Nico Rosberg won his and Mercedes’ home Grand Prix but you would never have known it judging by a half-full house at Hockenheim. A continuing… Read more →
Fernando Alonso became the first driver to win for the third time this season but he had to work very hard for it. The result of the German Grand Prix was never certain until the Ferrari crossed the line 3,7 seconds ahead of Sebastian Vettel’s Red Bull and the McLaren of Jenson Button.
No sooner has the 2010 season ended that new rules are in place for the 2011 Formula One season.
Unless each entrant is limited to a single car, team orders will always be part of motorsport. Banning them in Formula One was an act of hypocrisy…
Silverstone victor Mark Webber voiced dissatisfaction with his team in no uncertain terms on Sunday, but the Red Bull bosses weren’t the only ones who bungled at the British Grand Prix, writes CAR Editor John Bentley.
Ferrari’s Michael Schumacher still trails defending champion Fernando Alonso in the F1 championship standings, but following his dominant home grand prix victory at Hockenheim on Sunday, the German is arguably the favourite to win this year’s driver’s title.
Although Michael Schumacher only reduced Fernando Alonso’s championship lead by two points at Magny Cours, the German dealt his title rival a psychological blow by notching up a record-breaking eighth French Grand Prix victory with consummate ease on Sunday.
Much is expected of Honda Racing and its dream-team lineup of the ever-consistent Jenson Button, and proven race-winner Rubens Barrichello, in 2006. However, some believe Button will be comprehensively eclipsed by his Brazilian team-mate – and that this year could herald the decline of the Briton’s F1 career.
Valentino Rossi helped himself to his eighth win of the season after a fateful late mistake from Sete Gibernau in Sunday’s German Grand Prix.
The MotoGP circus heads to Sachsenring this weekend for the German Grand Prix – and the last battle before the summer break kicks into gear.