Sainz to McLaren for 2019

In a somewhat unsurprising move, McLaren have welcomed Renault driver Carlos Sainz Jr to their ranks in place of Fernando Alonso, who will retire at the end of the season. The 23 year old Spaniard from Madrid has signed a multi-year deal with the team. Zak Brown said: "We're incredibly excited to have Carlos join... Continue Reading →

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Fernando says “Adios” to Formula 1

Today, after seventeen years of competing in Formula 1, two-time World Champion Fernando Alonso has announced his retirement from Formula 1 at the end of the 2018 season. There’s no doubting that the Spanish racing driver has found the last few seasons in Formula 1 troublesome to say the least, with the McLaren-Honda relationship not... Continue Reading →

Has Lawrence Stroll bought Force India?

News is emerging today that Canadian billionaire Lawrence Stroll, father of current Williams driver Lance Stroll, has bought the ailing Force India team. At this point we need to state this is based on rumours published by AutoBild today. It's no secret that Force India is in a bit of a financial state at the... Continue Reading →

Eric Boullier resigns from McLaren in reshuffle

It has been announced today that McLaren F1 will 'simplify' its leadership structure, including Eric Boullier's resignation. With the team in poor form, it was speculated that changes would come. Despite switching engine providers, results still have not improved. Their changes were announced as follows: Simon Roberts, COO of McLaren Racing, will oversee production, engineering... Continue Reading →

Hamilton outruns a hectic start in France

Lewis Hamilton extended his lead by winning the French grand prix, with title rival Vettel being involved in an early accident. The Mercedes of Hamilton cruised to victory and a 14 point lead over Vettel, who finished an admirable fifth after fighting back through the pack. Vettel had a great start and a strong tow... Continue Reading →

Red Bull switch to Honda power

Red Bull have switched to the Japanese engine supplier, Honda, it has been revealed. The move sees the team drop its long time partner Renault in favour of the previous supplier of McLaren, an unsuccessful partnership. Honda have been supplying sister team, Toro Rosso since the start of the season, obviously Red Bull have had... Continue Reading →

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