Posts by: Jonny Rockliff

This week’s podcast previews the fourth Korean Grand Prix, another race in which Sebastian Vettel appears favourite as the German marches to a fourth crown.

Though not universally loved, the Korean International Circuit boasts a mix of challenges for the drivers and with the potential of [...]

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Over the years Formula One has enjoyed its fair share of venues having the privilege of hosting the opening race of the season. For nearly two decades Melbourne has enjoyed playing host and prior to this other venues have come and gone, such as Buenos Aires in Argentina and Jacarepagua in Rio, Brazil, the [...]

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For a team that’s less than a decade old, Red Bull’s three straight Drivers and Constructors Championships courtesy of Sebastian Vettel is nothing short of a remarkable statistic and will cement the Milton Keynes-based outfit in the history books, the question is, however, can the team and Vettel deliver a fourth? Despite many questions [...]

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It’s the end of an era at McLaren as 2008 World Champion Lewis Hamilton has abandoned the Woking outfit that nurtured him, from his junior career through to his Formula One debut back in 2007. It’s now up to Jenson Button to lead the team forward in their hope of winning both Championships and [...]

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Times are changing once again for the Swiss-based Sauber team as the team marks the twentieth anniversary of its entry into Formula One. With Peter Sauber having stepped away once more from day-to-day operations, Monisha Kaltenborn has taken the reins as the sport’s first female Team Principal. With Sergio Perez having departed to McLaren [...]

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Sir Frank Williams’ iconic team look to build upon the successes of 2012, brought about by the internal re-structuring of the technical department in May 2011 that in turn came to fruition 12 months later with Pastor Maldonado bringing the team its first victory since 2004. The Mike Coughlan designed FW34 was one of [...]

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2012 served as a warning for the then newly-renamed Caterham team that they must improve. After duelling with the Toro Rossos at the European Grand Prix on merit the team failed to capitalise on their form as large upgrade packages failed to translate into the performance gains anticipated.  At the beginning of the 2012 [...]

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Despite the setbacks of losing 10th in the Constructors Championship to Caterham at the final race of the 2012 season and having to release one of the team’s best assets, Timo Glock, Marussia are carrying right on from where they left off at the end of last season. From the post summer break onwards [...]

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