Welcome to Part Two of a special piece looking at Formula One from a live perspective, and we are continuing from where the first part finished, so if yet to read Part One then please click here.
Formula One is such an expensive hobby that people rarely get a chance to see it live and luckily I have attended last weekend’s Italian Grand Prix, so am going to share with you what F1 is like from a live perspective.
After the emotion and difficulty of Belgium, Formula One quickly moved on to Monza, Italy as Ferrari looked to follow up their first win of the season with a home victory at the 2019 Italian Grand Prix and end Mercedes’ dominance around here in the hybrid era.
After an incredibly difficult Belgian Grand Prix last weekend, the Formula One paddock heads to Monza, Italy with a heavy heart as the world of Motorsport continues to mourn the tragic passing of Anthoine Hubert.
This weekend saw Formula One return from its summer break as teams gathered for the 2019 Belgian Grand Prix, unaware that this would turn out to be one of the sport’s darkest weekends in recent times.
Racing Point has announced that Sergio Perez has signed a new three year deal, keeping him in Formula One until 2022.
Formula One organisers have released the provisional calendar for next season as Vietnam prepares to join the calendar for the first time.
This weekend sees Formula One return from its summer break as as teams gather at Spa Francorchamps for the 2019 Belgian Grand Prix.
After 12 thrilling rounds full of action and rants, the 2019 Formula One season is now midway through its Summer break so who is enjoying the sun and who has work to do once the racing resumes in Belgium?