Articles in the Grand Prix View Category
Brazilian GP, Grand Prix View, Headline, Race Preview »
The 2012 season comes to a close at Brazil’s Interlagos circuit and there’s still the small matter of the World Drivers’ Championship to decide. Sebastian Vettel and Fernando Alonso go head-to-head in season finale that has the hallmarks of 2008’s title decider – if we even get close to that astonishing conclusion we’ll be in for a treat.
Grand Prix View, Headline, Race Preview, US GP »
The 2012 Formula One World Championship is nearing its climax – Red Bull have all but secured the constructors’ crown while Sebastian Vettel could clinch a third drivers’ title this weekend if Fernando Alonso slips up. And yet there is also the intriguing prospect of the return to the USA and a brand new circuit – Austin’s Circuit of the Americas.
Abu Dhabi GP, Grand Prix View, Headline, Race Preview »
Sebastian Vettel cruised to victory in India to extend his lead in the Drivers’ Championship and although Fernando Alonso battled to a damage-limiting second place, the Spaniard was left bemoaning Red Bull’s resurgence back to the summit of Formula One. However, twelve months ago in Abu Dhabi, Vettel failed to even complete the first lap after he suffered a puncture…
Grand Prix View, Headline, Indian GP, Race Preview »
After three victories in a row, the advantage has swung towards Sebastian Vettel in the battle for the drivers’ crown. With just four races remaining it looks firmly down to a straight fight between the reigning champion and Fernando Alonso as Formula One moves on to the Indian Grand Prix. On paper a challenging and well thought-out circuit…
Grand Prix View, Korean GP »
Grand Prix View, Headline, Korean GP, Race Preview »
After a solid first half of the year, Fernando Alonso’s luck has changed for the worst and two retirements since the summer break have seen his Championship lead cut to just four points. Perhaps more significantly, Red Bull are looking stronger and the momentum now seems to be with Sebastian Vettel in what appears to have boiled down to a two-horse race.