15th August marks the Independence Day of India, and today is the 70th anniversary. On the run up to the day, there are numerous articles and posts in newspapers and magazines honoring our freedom fighters, national heroes and sports persons who made us proud. However, there’s one area of sports that remains neglected, and that […]Read More 70 Years of Independence: Motor Sports in India
Robert Kubica is the only Polish driver in F1 history. He comes from the generation of Lewis Hamilton and Sebastian Vettel, and is as talented, if not more. Robert Kubica first earned himself a call-up to BMW Sauber in 2006. His performances on free practice Fridays were hard to ignore and that resulted in an […]Read More Robert Kubica’s potential return to Formula 1, and why it would be nothing short of phenomenal
Ferrari’s Sebastian Vettel won a tense Hungarian GP in searing hot conditions at the Hungaroring to extend his title advantage over Lewis Hamilton to 14 points heading into the summer break. He led home the second Ferrari 1-2 this season, with both Mercedes coming home in 3rd and 4th places, headed by Valtteri Bottas. Max […]Read More 2017 Hungarian GP: Sebastian Vettel wins to extend his title lead; McLaren score their first double points finish of the season
Formula E is the racing series of electric vehicles, or the electric alternative to Formula 1 – except that it’s brand new. Open wheel electric cars race on temporary street circuits. Their shape is pretty similar to F1 cars, but they’re electric. They have much less speed (the maximum that a Formula E car can […]Read More Mercedes and Porsche join Formula E: Turn focus away from conventional motor racing.
This weekend’s Hungarian GP at the Hungaroring is the last race before the F1 circus goes off into the summer break. Sebastian Vettel leads the drivers’ championship standings by just 1 point from Hamilton, with Bottas 23 points adrift in 3rd place. The momentum, though is with Mercedes with them having won 3 of the […]Read More 2017 Hungarian GP: A must win race for Vettel and Ferrari
Lewis Hamilton became a five time winner of the British Grand Prix here at Silverstone, joining a rather exclusive club of drivers including Jim Clark and Alain Prost. He led every lap of the race and also set the fastest lap, much to the delight of the 120,000 strong crowd. The race start was chaotic. […]Read More Lewis Hamilton wins the British GP in a Mercedes 1-2, cuts Vettel’s lead to just 1 point
This year’s British Grand Prix is the second of three races that take place before the summer break kicks off. Taking place at the Silverstone Circuit, the British GP has been a regular feature on the F1 calendar ever since its inception in 1950. The Grand Prix alternated between Silverstone and Aintree from 1955-1962. From […]Read More A preview of the 2017 British Grand Prix