INSIDE F1 – HUNGARY, BELGIUM, ITALY & SINGAPORE
As this issue of Driven went to print, the F1 circus would already have pitched tent in Sochi, Russia, for […]
ADIOS AMIGO! WE SAY FAREWELL TO FERNANDO ALONSO
Driven had been readying itself to deliver a mid-term report on F1, including a short analysis of the last race […]
SIPPEL ON F1: Turning the tables (AUSTRIA, BRITAIN & GERMANY GP)
As you read this, F1 is enjoying a summer break after a hard-fought opening stint of 12 from 22 races, […]
SIPPEL ON F1: TOPSY-TURVY
At the time of writing, directly after the French GP at Paul Ricard, a third of 2018’s F1 season had […]
MILESTONE: 60 YEARS OF PORSCHE IN SOUTH AFRICA
Porsche is celebrating its 70th anniversary on 8 June this year, as this is the date on which the first […]
TOYOTA PLAYS CATCH-UP
Drivers have to navigate a tough mix of tarmac and gravel stages through the winding forests, with the spectacular downhill sprint to the finish line that concludes this exhilarating rally.
PORSCHE GT3 CUP CHALLENGE MIDDLE EAST SEASON 9
New Porsche GT3 Cup goes on track for the first time in the Middle East.
INSIDE FORMULA ONE
Hungary was the last race prior to F1’s annual summer break. With Mercedes lording it over faster tracks like Canada and Silverstone, Ferrari had to win on the tight and twisty Hungaroring. But it wasn’t straightforward.
In anticipation, then, of Lewis hitting the gas, Seb jumped the gun, and when it transpired that the Silver Arrow was going nowhere, the Ferrari went straight up its backside.
With the exception of Valtteri Bottas in Russia, the F1 season has thus far been characterised by wins for Vettel, then Hamilton, and then Vettel again…