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.
Nico Rosberg has snatched victory from the jaws of defeat after an enormous Mercedes strategic blunder demoted Lewis Hamilton to third.
Lewis Hamilton had led the vast majority of the race, but Mercedes misjudged its timing when it called him into the pits during a late safety car interlude, dropping him behind Rosberg and Sebastian Vettel. Read More
Lewis Hamilton has eased to pole position for the 2015 Monaco Grand Prix over teammate Nico Rosberg.
Little separated the Mercedes duo throughout the qualifying session, but Rosberg, with a tenth of a second to make up on the second run of his flying lap, aborted when he locked up and lost 0.5 seconds in the second sector. Read More
Lewis Hamilton starts measuring his salary in GDP. The GPDA invests in telemarketing. No strategy group decisions and no fifth engines make F1 something something. We call Drunk Bogan Friend and realise he doesn’t know anything about motorsport.