The first ever Abu Dhabi GP didn’t really live up to all of the off-track bluster once the race actually got going, until about two laps to go when Jenson Button got close enough to second place man Mark Webber for a bit of an on-the-edge ding-dong.
Jenson Button will have been watching the last part of qualifying for the Brazilian GP from behind his hands, hoping that teammate and title rival Rubens Barrichello wouldn’t get too high up on the grid.
It wasn’t just Lewis Hamilton and the F1 rat pack driving in the dark this weekend. On the other side of the planet, a whole different kind of night racing was going on as the FIA World Endurance Championship (WEC) made its annual pilgrimage to the U.S. In fact, it was a sports-car-racing double-header at […]
Stock up on popcorn for the rest of the season: we’ve got a fight on our hands… Lewis Hamilton’s second successive Grand Prix victory in Singapore has put him back in control of the title race for the first time since May, while team-mate Nico Rosberg fell victim to the latest in a long line of […]
The case against: Adam Waddell My colleague Jason Barlow attended the opening round of Formula E in Beijing on Saturday on behalf of TopGear.com and described it as a ‘proper thriller’. I, however, watched on ITV4 from the comfort of my sofa, and thought it about as dreary as motorsport gets.