Today was National Ice Cream Day, and there was no Formula One racing all day. When the racing stops, that’s the perfect time to get an ice cream—as driver Kimi Räikkönen did during a red flagged race at the 2009 Malaysian Grand Prix.
Sebastian Vettel isn't just following in the steps of Schumacher and driving for his dream team this year. Oh, no. He's the man who finally broke up the streak of "which Mercedes is going to win today?" Give this Ferrari-driving pointy-finger enthusiast a hug for me, will ya?
The cars are lining the grid and the formation lap is about to start. Soon the lights will go out and we will be racing the 2nd round of the 2015 F1 season at Sepang International Circuit. This is an open discussion of the race; spoiler adversionists beware!
McLaren Honda Formula One driver Fernando Alonso has been cleared to race after suffering a concussion in testing, and boy, did he have some bombs to drop about that accident during Thursday's press conference. It wasn't from a gust of wind: the steering actually locked up and sent him into the wall.
I don't care about the dong noses, or even the weird sounding V6s, because the paint schemes (i.e. liveries) from this year's race have been fantastic and McLaren's one-off Esso sponsorship is fantastic.
Taken during the first two practice sessions for the Malaysian Grand Prix, this photo is another reason why we can love Lewis Hamilton. Take your time, check out all the details, and choose wisely. It's annotation time!
It always rains in Malaysia. It didn’t rain in Malaysia yesterday. Never underequipped when it comes to show biz, Formula One bridged the precipitation gap with a flying Russian (above), a jinxed Brit, and an old rivalry rekindled. A fun race—for second place. Warning: spoilers.
Remember this year’s Malaysian Grand Prix which was red-flagged in torrential rain after 31 laps? Here’s how the officials brought the cars to a stop.