It was a shame that DC finished his last ever F1 race as disastrously as he did on Sunday – going out on the first corner – but it kind of summed up his career. He always had a lot of promise, but never really delivered.
He’s certainly had his ups and downs during the fourteen years that he’s been racing F1 cars, starting out with Williams, moving on to McLaren and then finishing out his tenure with Red Bull. He’s had a fairly dodgy final season, most notably turning in on a few drivers all year, including his good mate Jenson Button (talking of Jenson, does anyone have footage of him torching his car on Sunday after the race? Post a link below if so).
Saying all that, his unorthodox attitude has always been good to have around, and he’s often managed to make things at least amusing. He’ll certainly be missed, but word on the grapevine is that we haven’t seen the last of DC on out TV screens…
McLaren-Honda has finally, finally revealed its driver line-up for the 2015 Formula One season: Jenson Button will partner Fernando Alonso.
Lewis Hamilton scooped the 2014 F1 drivers’ title with a comfortable victory over Mercedes teammate Nico Rosberg at the Abu Dhabi Grand Prix.
In the end, we got the story we wanted.
One of Formula 1’s most drawn-out ‘will they, won’t they’ sagas has finally been resolved ahead of 2014’s season finale. Yep, nearly two months after Sebastian Vettel announced his departure from Red Bull after the chequered flag is waved in Abu Dhabi, it’s been confirmed he swaps Milton Keynes for Maranello. Seb’s off to the […]