Williams tames Montreal

Posted on June 11, 2015 by

Canada Williams Race Report Williams came to Canada with high expectations. With the powerful Mercedes engine under him and with a strong record in Montreal, Nick Andrew was eyeing the top step of the podium. As it turned out, that goal was achieved, but not without some drama. Williams found a slick set-up in practice, […]

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Bargarey Emerges Victor in Malaysian Thriller

Posted on May 11, 2015 by

From 2nd on the grid (great pole lap by Steve) I got away well but got tapped heading into the 1st corner. Things didn’t get much better at turn 4 when I got collected again on the same lap. After all that chaos I put my head down and drove one of the finer races […]

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A new dawn is rising as Williams impress in first up victory in Oz

Posted on March 22, 2015 by

1st) Nick Andrew – With a very quick pole lap, drove a faultless and measured race with only the rain causing him concern in the middle. Andrew tried to stay out on worn tyres holding out for a change to wets, but the move backfired with lack of grip costing lap time. He made a […]

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End of season calendar changes

Posted on September 11, 2013 by

Due to a number of drivers being unavailable for racing, the calendar has been amended for the remaining four races of the season. The new dates are: Japan: 29 September India: 13 October USA: 27 October Brazil: 10 November These are tentative dates and are subject to approval by all drivers. Voting on these changes […]

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Hammond’s Pace will Shock

Posted on June 18, 2013 by

Tony Bargarey believes Peter Hammond’s pace will “shock” Sauber once it gets the car to his liking. Hammond has struggled over one lap compared to other drivers so far this season, as he admits he isn’t comfortable under braking.  Asked in an interview with Auto Motor und Sport if he was surprised by Hammond’s lack […]

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Prancing horse reigns supreme in Montreal – Round 5

Posted on May 26, 2013 by

Chaos abound at the start of the Canadian Grand Prix as numerous late withdrawals nearly delayed the start of the race. The 5 starters that did make the grid were looking to make the most of the points on offer. Due to this qualifying was a rather quite affair as most drivers new that the […]

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2nd is the new 1st as Red Bull continue their dominance in Monaco – Round 4

Posted on May 5, 2013 by

The jewel in the crown as it is known is a race that every driver covets but few succeed in winning. Unfortunately for the rest of the field this year’s race was as expected a fight for second with a thoroughly dominate performance by Red Bull leaving the field to battle it out for the minor […]

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Red Bull runs wild in Spain – Round 3

Posted on April 18, 2013 by

The sun-drenched Circuit de Catalunya in Spain delivered an entertaining 3rd round of the Drivers’ Championship on Sunday. Red Bull ace Brett O’Connor overcame some early dramas to take line honours, followed by the hard charging Tony Bargarey and Stuart Ireland, making up a familiar looking podium. Drama down the field saw Caterham pilot Glen […]

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Posted on March 28, 2013 by

Rumblings in the paddock at Sepang were growing as some drivers were continuing with their media boycott. This is a concern to the FIA as all drivers are contracted to be available to the media post-race. The Drivers association had renegotiated the terms of the contract last year but surprisingly for some reason a small […]

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