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RELIVE the 1994 Australian Grand Prix - Michael Schumacher's first championship
RELIVE the 1994 Australian Grand Prix - Michael Schumacher's first championship

Weltmeister: Michael Schumacher with then-boss Flavio Briatore after winning the GP at Adelaide 21 years ago to the day, a young German racing prodigy by the name of Michael Schumacher, 4 years into his racing career, took his maiden world championship at the Australian Grand Prix of 1994. Although Schumacher had shown his prodigious talent from the beginning of his racing career, finishing his 2nd Formula One season – 1993 – w

Nov 13 2015
2016 Australian Grand Prix brought forward by two weeks
2016 Australian Grand Prix brought forward by two weeks

The Australian Grand Prix is traditionally the opening race of the Formula One season and has been held at Albert Park in Melbourne since 1996. The 2016 Grand Prix, which was due to be held on the 3rd of April next year according to the FIA’s 2016 calendar released earlier this year, has now been moved forward by a fortnight, and will now be held on the 20th of March next year. Earlier this month, it was announced that the FIA had renewe

Sep 30 2015
Melbourne Grand Prix to stay till 2023
Melbourne Grand Prix to stay till 2023

Carlos Sainz Jr of Scuderia Toro Rosso, pictured at the Australian Grand Prix this year Daniel Andrews, the premier of the Australian state of Victoria, announced in a Facebook post yesterday that the Melbourne Grand Prix, which in the past decade has usually been the first race on the F1 calendar, would be hosted by the Southern Australian city until at least 2023. Under the rules of the current agreement, the race was stipulated

Sep 13 2015
5 Team Profiles at the F1 Spanish Grand Prix 2015
5 Team Profiles at the F1 Spanish Grand Prix 2015

With the newest racing weekend and the fourth race of the year set to commence in Montmelo, Barcelona this weekend, we profile some of the key teams that are likely in the running for the win. Several teams have been having trouble in competition.    Read on to find out the state of each team, drivers, engines and much more. 

May 6 2015
Legal trouble for F1 Stalwart? After van der Gaarde, Sutil sues Sauber
Legal trouble for F1 Stalwart? After van der Gaarde, Sutil sues Sauber

  Marcus Ericsson of Sweden and Sauber F1 drives during the Bahrain Formula One Grand Prix 2015 The racing team have been going through a prolonged patch of legal and financial trouble. Earlier this year in March, South African driver Giedo van der Gaarde announced that he had taken legal action against the team. Van der Gaarde, an experienced motorsport driver, was a test driver for Sauber. Picked up by Caterham in 2013, he did not h

Red Bull to continue Renault partnership
Red Bull to continue Renault partnership

2015 has so far been an unequivocally bad year for Red Bull and Renault. Riddled with engine troubles, sponsorship issues and continued disagreements with its motor manufacturer Renault, Red Bull bosses threatened earlier this year to withdraw its sponsorship. Renault supplies engines to both Red Bull Racing (RBR) and its sister team, Scuderia Toro Rosso.  Daniel Ricciardo of Australia and Infiniti Red Bull Racing at the Bahrain GP,

Apr 27 2015
Top four drivers from the Australian Grand Prix
Top four drivers from the Australian Grand Prix

  With only 15 cars lining up on the starting grid, midfield drivers were given the task to make the most out of the situation and grab valuable points for their respective outfits. Sauber’s Felipe Nasr thrived in such conditions, finishing an excellent fifth on his debut. At the front, Lewis Hamilton dominated the proceedings to give his season a head start, having played catch up for the majority of last year. Sebastian Vettel

Mar 17 2015
Mercedes' dominance has rivals calling for reform
Mercedes' dominance has rivals calling for reform

It was a Mercedes show at Albert Park with Lewis Hamilton and Nico Rosberg making it to the podium Melbourne, March 16 (IANS) Mercedes chief Toto Wolff said that rival teams who are "moaning" about his team's commanding success should put their heads down and work harder following the Silver Arrows' domination at the Formula 1 Australian Grand Prix here on Sunday. After Mercedes pair Lewis Hamilton and Nico Rosberg fi

Mar 16 2015
Adrian Newey: 'No light at the end of the tunnel' for Renault
Adrian Newey: 'No light at the end of the tunnel' for Renault

Image Courtesy: Red Bull Red Bull’s technical chief Adrian Newey has lost any hope of improvement from engine suppliers Renault after a disappointing start to the 2015 season in Melbourne. Not only the Renault unit is underpowered, it also lags behind rivals Mercedes and Ferrari in terms of drivability. To compound Red Bull’s troubles, Daniel Ricciardo lost one of his four power units during practice, essentially leaving h

Mar 16 2015
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