F1: Key Takeaways from Zandvoort

Part II of the F1 triple header took the travelling circus to Max Verstappens’ backyard. Whilst there was a lack of action overall, there’s still a good few things to dissect from the weekend, so let’s get into it… Max Retakes the Championship Max Verstappen retook the Championship lead this weekend from Lewis Hamilton in […]

F2 Half-Time Report: DAMS

As you may have noticed, there isn’t any Formula 2 on at the moment. That’s because we’re at the halfway mark in the 2021 season. So now is as fitting a time as any to sit back and ponder on how the season is going so far. This time around, we take a look at […]

F1: Reflections from Hungary

The biggest challenge we’ve had this season is trying to sum up the Hungarian Grand Prix in 100 words. Where do we even start?  Tensions were high following the British Grand Prix. But nobody could prepare us for the halftime show to end all halftime shows this weekend in Hungary. With chaos from the start, […]

F1: Hungarian GP Report

The biggest challenge for me this season is trying to sum up the 2021 Hungarian Grand Prix in 100 words. Where do I begin? At the start I guess and a sprinkling of the wet stuff always spells trouble for Valtteri Bottas and today proved no different. A lock-up took him and four other contenders […]

Reflecting on the 2021 Portuguese GP

Whilst Portugal may not have provided us with as much on-track action as Bahrain and Imola, there are still plenty of positives to take away from the race. Take a look to see why you should give the last Grand Prix some more credit. Mercedes vs Red Bull The battle for dominance between Mercedes and […]

2021 Portuguese Grand Prix: The F1 debrief

After the dramatic opening salvos of the season, the 2021 Portuguese Grand Prix was less spectacular. There was still plenty of meat on the bones to chew on from a weekend in the Algarve. The GP Grandstand team reflect back on F1’s second race at Portimao. Thiemo Albers-Daly: “A race of strategy” Whilst the Portuguese […]

Reflecting on the 2021 Emilia Romagna GP

A little bit of time has passed since Formula One’s 2021 Emilia Romagna Grand Prix. With no race this weekend, let’s look back at what we saw at Imola. Haas and Williams We know this year’s Haas is what is known in the industry as a dog.  Slow and with a tendency to bite the […]

Roy Nissany’s self-indulgence is hurting our sport

Roy Nissany (ISR) Williams Racing Development Driver. Formula One Testing, Saturday 13th March 2021. Sakhir, Bahrain.

Roy Nissany is currently the only person on the planet to have driven a current-spec F1 car and an F2 car in 2021. The pre-season testing in Bahrain let the teams and drivers get to grips with the machinery. For Formula 1, that meant (minor) regulation changes. With Formula 2, the cars are the same, […]

Williams retain Jamie Chadwick for 2021

Jamie Chadwick Williams 2021

Jamie Chadwick and her 2021 year just gets busier and busier. The reigning W Series champion will continue her role as a development driver for Williams this season. The retention makes sense considering the championship will support F1 this year. Williams claims that Jamie Chadwick will… …increase her simulator programme at Grove and continue to […]

F2 2021 says goodbye to some old friends

In 2020’s Formula 2 season, twenty-four drivers competed in at least one race.  Astonishingly, eleven of these drivers won’t be returning to the grid for 2021.  While it is F1 that beckons for Schumacher, Tsunoda and Mazepin, many others are not quite so lucky.  Here then, is a roundup of who F2 has said goodbye […]