It’s a strange coincidence that the current series of Top Gear is about to finish in a couple of weeks, and Mercedes GP have just announced that Michael Schumacher will be racing for them in F1 next season. Hmmmm…
Has Michael Schumacher still got what it takes to win an F1 race? That’s the question buzzing around the Top Gear office at the moment, and a few of the big names in motorsport have weighed in on the subject.
Felipe Massa’s condition is improving, and the Hungarian doctors are talking very positively about him making a full recovery – they’ve also played down talk of him having damaged the sight in his left eye.
He’s won in rallying, he’s won in GTs, he’s won in the Race of Champions and at Pikes Peak, now Sébastien Loeb is a winner in World Touring Cars, taking the new Citroen C Elysée to a debut win in the FIA’s global tin-top series.
Formula Mercedes put on a pretty good show on Saturday afternoon in what must surely now rank as the strangest venue at which F1 cars have ever performed. Nico Rosberg — annihilated a week ago — managed to throw the pressure right back at teammate Lewis Hamilton and will start tomorrow’s Bahrain GP on pole, […]