Kubica pays tribute to ‘incredible’ Polish fans

As the first Polish driver to compete in F1, Robert Kubica has always enjoyed massive support from his home country. Click Here: Ireland Rugby Shop After a seven-year hiatus from Grand Prix racing following his very severe rally crash in 2011, the 33-year-old has revived his dreams thanks to a reserve driver and testing role …

Danish organisers staying the course with Copenhagen GP bid

Denmark is holding on to its hopes of hosting an F1 Grand Prix, with promoters of a potential race in Copenhagen meeting with their Azerbaijan counter-parts in Baku. Copenhagen’s F1 endeavor emerged in 2017, with Formula 1 CEO Chase Carey visiting Denmark’s capital and showing his support for the idea earlier this year. However, the …

Gaza, One Year On: The Body Is Tired, But Our Spirit is Strong

Often, I wake up thinking, this can’t be true – did we really survive it? How did we make it through the 51 days of bombs and missiles dropped by Israel on Gaza last year? Then I think if only these thoughts were nightmares and not the reality of long hot summer days spent in …

Williams rues lost opportunity for more points in Baku

Williams tech chief Paddy Lowe had mixed feelings after yesterday’s Azerbaijan Grand Prix, believing the Grove-based outfit could have left Baku with more points than it achieved. Lance Stroll delivered a good P8 finish to the British team, but Sergey Sirotkin’s premature exit from the race on the opening lap clearly deprived Williams of an …

Rival teams take aim at several details of Ferrari’s SF71-H

On the back of Ferrari’s successful start to its 2018 campaign, the team’s SF71-H has attracted the suspicious eye of a few of its rivals. With two wins since the season kicked off at Melbourne, the Scuderia’s car has demonstrated its speed and efficiency, perhaps a bit too easily according to some. Recently, the FIA’s …

Climate Campaigners Lock Down At Airport to Protest Runway Expansion

Climate justice campaigners—including one dressed as a polar bear—chained themselves together on the runway of London’s Heathrow Airport early Monday morning, forcing flight cancellations and delays to creatively protest the proposed expansion of the facility. “No third runway! No ifs, no buts!” chanted the 12 protesters, who hail from the direct action organization Plane Stupid, …

Vettel: ‘A better feel for the car, but it’s important to improve’

Sebastian Vettel is slowly but surely coming together with his Ferrari SF71-H, but insists that more improvement will be necessary to counter its rivals challenge. The German driver admitted that his win in Melbourne had been achieved behind the wheel of a car in which he had yet to put his full confidence. Subsequent hard …

Kate Middleton Stuns in a Lace Peplum Dress and Black Fascinator

The British royals headed to France on Friday to commemorate the 100th anniversary of the Battle of the Somme at a special service, and the Duchess of Cambridge was a vision in an elegant lace peplum dress and black fascinator as they paid their respects with French president Francois Hollande. The 34-year-old, who was also …

Ricciardo ‘disheartened’ by gap to Mercedes in qualifying

Red Bull’s Daniel Ricciardo admitted that he had been hoping to be a lot closer to the pole time set by Lewis Hamilton in today’s qualifying session for the Spanish Grand Prix. “I didn’t really know what to expect,” he told reporters afterwards. “You never really know until qualie. Obviously Friday paints one picture, but …

F1 must remain ‘technological’ challenge for Pirelli, says CEO

Pirelli will only remain Formula 1’s exclusive tyre supplier if the sport continues to provide the Italian company with a “technological” challenge said its CEO Marco Tronchetti Provera. With a fundamental transformation on the way on all fronts, Formula 1 aims to build a new foundation from which to prosper beyond 2021 when it ushers …