Formula 1 Blog – BBC Top Gear
Keeping an eye on Twitter, seems a lot of you reckon that wasn’t much of a show for a Sunday night in. Really? I’ll give you that all-too familiar Red Bull/Vettel MO might suggest title number four is now just a formality, but I reckon we had some racing this afternoon.
Aaaand, we were saying… McLaren might have messed up another pit stop and miscalled the strategy but Lewis Hamilton, just six months ago the weakest link in the team, stepped up to the plate. Seven winners in seven races now and who out there wants to bet against Romain Grosjean (second) and Sergio Perez (third) […]
Lewis Hamilton will have his work cut out this evening if he’s going to stop Fernando Alonso or Sebastian Vettel becoming the first drivers this year to chalk up two wins. But it’s not impossible. The record books say that pole position is of less significance around the lanes of Montreal than almost anywhere else. […]
So. Are we finally starting to see a pattern emerging now? The top four on tomorrow’s Canadian Grand Prix starting grid corresponds, roughly, with the top four in the 2012 World Championship standings; Vettel from Hamilton from Alonso from Webber. Two Red Bulls in there. Two Red Bulls that have this weekend twice had to […]
Remember last year’s Canadian Grand Prix? How could you forget Button’s drive from dead-last to first, three corners from the finish in weather officially wetter than The Diamond Jubilee (above)? Well, with the forecast in Montreal as bleak as it is here, and with a slightly less anti-social TV schedule (qualifying is at 18.00 BST […]