If you only concentrated on the winner of the Formula One Chinese Grand Prix, you'd hate this race. Lewis Hamilton nabbed pole and ran away with the win from there. Yawn. Only Mercedes teammate Nico Rosberg was anywhere close. No, the real battle was this crazy back-and-forth dogfight for thirteenth place.
Mercedes Formula One driver Nico Rosberg missed out on pole for the Chinese Grand Prix by four hundredths of a second. Here's what he had to moan over the radio. (Yes, moan.)
If there's one place you don't want to hop onto, it's on an active race track. It does not end well. In most battles of Man vs. Car, man will typically lose. If you're going to be a total moron and run out in front of a Formula One car, oh, geez. That's a car that will catch up to your moron body faster than you'd…
Tires have been the talk of F1 so far this season. For whatever reason, each week the tires seem to degrade faster and faster. This week, the soft tires would last maybe six laps before a massive performance drop off. But two people were able to take advantage of the tire. And those people were Fernando Alonso and…
Mark Webber just can't win. Well, not literally. He's won sometimes, I suppose. Just not this season. The racing gods hate him this season.
Hey, it's Mark Webber. You may remember him from such disappointments as the time his Red Bull teammate Sebastian Vettel passed him to win last month's Malaysian Grand Prix despite orders to the contrary, or the time Vettel said he'd probably do that again. Webber is already off to another rough start this weekend at…
A complex, clever, nail-biting race on a dry Shanghai International Circuit brought the F1 season’s first part to a close with terrific racing and laps upon laps of drama. But was it just a bit too dramatic? Warning: spoilers.
While warming up yesterday for the Chinese Grand Prix, a massive suspension failure sent both front wheels of Sebastien Buemi's F1 car rocketing off in opposite directions, leaving Buemi to stare at a wall he now can't avoid. Video below.
Whispers of team orders clouds a brainy race in Barcelona, where most of the action happened in the pits and in the tactical computers. Warning: spoilers below.
We made it over to the Shanghai Grand Prix again yesterday for some F1 action, but the weather was most definitely not on our side. We'll put it this way, we got wet. Spoilers below.