Having had the chance to look at his move on Rubens Barrichello once again in the cold light of day, Michael Schumacher has admitted that Hungarian GP stewards were right to penalise him over his driving.
News reaches us this morning that’s about as surprising as the clocks going back, that we didn’t have a proper UK summer and that Fernando Alonso is driving for Ferrari next year: Rubens Barrichello and Nico Hulkenberg are in at Williams.
If you haven’t yet submitted your entry for our Monaco strategy competition (admittedly launched without fanfair yesterday and offering nothing more in reward than gloating rights for the winner) then today’s three hours of practice in the principality should make it easier. You have two clear choices; either give us a plan on how to […]
The hottest action in Monaco this weekend might not be in the Grand Prix, the Casino or the afterdecks of one those Superyachts sometime after dark. On Sunday morning there is a 16-lap race for round two of this year’s Porsche Supercup. “Whatever,” we hear you say, “Turn up at any race meeting and there […]
Tomorrow morning then, the Monaco Grand Prix weekend, the atypical, anachronistic antidote to all Bernie’s new world circuits kicks off and, almost despite ourselves, we are quite extraordinarily excited. So the cars travel more slowly than anywhere else in the world (30mph around the hairpin); so overtaking is rarer than a shirt buttoned anywhere above […]
For those of a petrol-y persuasion midsummer means only one thing: the Holy Trinity of Motor Sport. Monaco, the Indy 500 and the Le Mans 24 Hour race. Only one driver, Graham Hill, has won all three of the world’s greatest races and, with Monaco and the Indy invariably now on the same weekend — […]