|2016 FORMULA 1 ITALIAN GRAND PRIX|
|◾Jolyon Palmer made up a number of positions after a spirited start however contact with Felipe Nasr – for which the Sauber driver was subsequently penalised – led to retirement on safety grounds. Kevin Magnussen also made a strong start and finished in seventeenth position.
◾Kevin started the race from P21 with a new set of Pirelli's red super soft tyres. He changed to new yellow softs on lap 14 then new super soft tyres on lap 30.
◾Jolyon started the race in P20 on new soft tyres. After cont...[Read more...]|
|NEW RENAULT MEGANE SPORT TOURER: THE ADVANCE OF FLEXIBILITY|
|◾New MEGANE Sport Tourer GT is the first C-segment estate to benefit from 4CONTROL
◾MEGANE Sport Tourer has the longest load capacity in its segment, at almost 2.8 metres
◾Range of diesel and petrol engines with Hybrid Assist version to follow
◾MEGANE Sport Tourer & MEGANE Sport Tourer GT due to go on sale in the winter
The Geneva Motor Show sees Renault present the new MEGANE Sport Tourer and the new MEGANE Sport Tourer GT, just two months after the launch of the model's hatchback, GT and...[Read more...]|
|DANIEL TAKES SENSATIONAL SPA WIN|
|FRANCORCHAMPS, Stavelot, Belgium – Daniel Ricciardo took a superb third win of the season at Spa-Francorchamps to take the team's 50th grand prix win. In doing so he became the first Australian since Jack Brabham in 1960 to win the Belgian Grand Prix.
Sebastian Vettel fought his way to fifth place, winning another titanic battle in the closing stages as he passed McLaren's Jenson Button, Ferrari's Fernando Alonso and the second McLaren of Kevin Magnussen in the final three laps.
|An Era of Perspective|
|Everyone loves a champion. At least that is the saying. But it isn't necessarily true. Instead, everyone loves their champion. When another proves to be equal or stronger, then all reason slips through the window when judging skill.
The lamentations would resume in earnest following the dominant performance at Spa by Sebastian Vettel and Red Bull. Suddenly, there was this feeling of resignation, of needing to face reality. Just when it seemed there would be a titanic battle between Ve...[Read more...]|
|MALAYSIAN GP – FELIPE FIGHTS BACK TO FIFTH, FERNANDO'S UNLUCKY 200TH|
|Felipe Massa fought back strongly after slipping down the order from his front row start position, to bring home valuable points for fifth place. Fernando Alonso's 200th Grand Prix is not one he will care to remember, as it lasted only just over a lap, before ending in the gravel. Sebastian Vettel headed home a Red Bull Racing one-two ahead of Mark Webber. Completing the podium was Lewis Hamilton for Mercedes.
Inevitably here in Sepang, the rain appeared minutes before the cars were due to le...[Read more...]|