2020 has been one of the weirdest years on record. What started as a fresh new decade and full of exciting opportunities, quickly turned into a living nightmare for most. With a global pandemic on our hands, life was forced to drastically change and that included F1.
Over halfway into the Turkish Grand Prix, the top three were formed of Stroll, Perez and Albon; none of whom have a Grand Prix victory. Eventually, the win went to Hamilton, but this got us thinking about who the next driver to take their first victory will be?
It has certainly been a strange silly season so far. We have had Fernando Alonso return from ‘retirement’, Sebastian Vettel being binned from Ferrari before being announced as the new driver at Aston Martin next year, Carlos Sainz getting the call up at Ferrari and Daniel Ricciardo jumping into a McLaren after a two-year stint […]
With Racing Point having a promising first two races with the RP20, the idea of simply copying the best car seems like an obvious one – so why hasn’t anyone else tried it?
Lewis Hamilton was issued a five-second penalty after spinning Alex Albon out of a potential victory in the Austrian GP – but was it the correct judgement?
Toto Wolff has suggested that Mercedes could use its excess resource to spread out and compete in different championships
Formula 1 has floated the idea of using the planned double-header races this season to test out the idea of a reverse grid race and got some support – but Mercedes is believed to be against the plan
Daniel Abt has explained the reasons behind his decision to use a ringer in a Formula E sim race, saying that the idea was to create a “funny story”, not to boost his own results – as well as accepting that he went “too far”