FIA-accredited F1 journalist who talks on Box of Neutrals, fills column pixels on The Roar, substitutes on ABC Grandstand Breakfast, and is disliked by the French — or so my Twitter profile says.
Williams found itself in a race of its own at the Malaysian Grand Prix, with Valtteri Bottas leading Felipe Massa over the line in fifth and sixth.
The team from Grove had comfortably the third-quickest car on Sunday afternoon — so much so that it was too far up the road from Toro Rosso to be caught, and too far off the pace of Ferrari and Mercedes fight for the podium. Read More
On a day when Red Bull felt it had never been further from to podium, the former star pupil of its driving academy was claiming his first victory wearing Ferrari’s famous red overalls.
Sebastian Vettel and his new team expertly outmanoeuvred Mercedes in a thrilling Malaysian Grand Prix to claim the Scuderia’s first win for almost two years, and Vettel’s first since Brazil 2013. Read More
Red Bull Racing suffered yet another demoralising day at the track after being pummelled into the lower order of the top ten in Malaysia.
Daniel Ricciardo qualified fourth and Daniil Kvyat fifth, but the four-time world championship squad could do nothing to resists its cars slipping down the order at the hands of Ferrari, Williams, and even its junior sister team Toro Rosso. Read More