The history of F1 has seen numerous rivalries, perhaps the most famous and indeed most intense one revolved around two F1 legends namely, Ayrton Senna and Alain Prost. The duo not only had pretty heated on-track battles, but even off-track
Sebastian Vettel needs to watch his back at Aston Martin, according to a former F1 boss. It is not just because of the general politics that take place behind the scenes, but also because of the Wolff-Stroll tandem.
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Sebastian Vettel has started his new chapter at Aston Martin, but things haven’t gone the German’s way. The four-time world champion had two disappointing races. However, team boss Otmar Szafnauer wants to give time to his driver.
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On lap 34 of the Emilia Romagna Grand Prix, the FIA red-flagged the race after a heavy collision between Valtteri Bottas and George Russell. After clearing up the debris, the race was finally resumed. However, the manner in which it
Sebastian Vettel hasn’t yet been able to have a good start at Aston Martin. The German again had a tough time at Imola as he had brake issues before the race and later had to retire due to a gearbox
A big announcement came in just before the start of the race in Imola yesterday. After various rumors were circulating around for the last few weeks, the FIA officially added Miami to the ever-growing F1 calendar; the first-ever Miami Grand
Sebastian Vettel, yet again, had a poor start to a race in his new chapter in Formula One. The German had problems at Emilia Romagna Grand Prix, this past weekend, even before the race had begun,. The mechanics couldn’t fix
Sebastian Vettel could have got some flashbacks from this season’s Bahrain Grand Prix if he crashed into Alpine’s Esteban Ocon at Imola. The French driver was rejoining the pack, but could have been hit from behind by the four-time world
Sebastian Vettel has yet again not gotten the start he wants in his new chapter for Formula One. The German had problems even before the race had begun, as his brakes got overheated. The mechanics couldn’t fix them in the
Sebastian Vettel could have got some flashbacks if he crashed into Alpine’s Esteban Ocon at Imola. The French driver was rejoining the pack, but could have been hit from behind by the four-time world champion. However, Vettel managed to keep