Safe to say it’s been a year to forget for Ferrari star Sebastian Vettel. However, I strongly believe this season could actually be a blessing in disguise and that it could propel him into becoming a five-time champion by the end of 2020. Hear me out.
Toro Rosso are Red Bull’s development team, but that basically translates to them being Red Bull’s guinea pigs. And that’s totally fine if you accept that.
When he’s on his day he can be absolutely sensational, and he’s definitely the most charismatic and lovable guy on the grid, but if you zoom out and look at his performances over entire seasons, it’s mostly underwhelming; is Daniel Ricciardo overrated?
In Making the Case, I take an unpopular opinion I have or an improbable scenario, and I try to convince you of my stance; I make the case for it. This week: Red Bull Racing will have another F1 dynasty.
The Nordschleife has a legendary reputation in the world of racing, but it’s not until you’re there (and do a lap) that you can fully appreciate what the 13-mile track is all about.
2018 looks like it will really be the year we say goodbye to Kimi Raikkonen, but who take the Ice Man‘s seat? Here are my four best picks. Daniel Ricciardo Ricciardo is already being recruited by the Italian media, who are famously influential on Ferrari’s recruitment strategy. The Aussie is on an expiring deal at Red Bull…
People get on his back for his recklessness this season, but let’s not forget that Max Verstappen is still on track to become the greatest of all time. There’s quite literally not a realistic record for ‘youngest (___)’ he hasn’t broken yet. Verstappen is the youngest ever driver in F1 history. He’s the youngest ever…