From friendly rivalries of the swinging sixties to explosive inter team battles for supremacy of the modern era, Formula One has experienced many feuds so let rewind as we pick out some of the best rivalries to grace F1.
With a shortened F1 ‘Super Season’ rumoured if the season can’t commence before late summer, we have picked out eight tracks which belong on the list to meet the eight race criteria to qualify as a World Championship.
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 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.
Formula One made the 792.8km trip from Spa Francorchamps to Monza, otherwise known as the ‘Temple of Speed’ for this year’s Italian Grand Prix.
This is Ferrari’s home race so will it be celebrazioni domestiche or miseria for the Prancing Horse in front of their home crowd?
Preview for the 2017 Italian Grand Prix