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Australian GP 2018 ?>

Australian GP 2018

The new season is finally starting and I can’t wait to watch the Australian GP. The new cars are an evolution of the previous ones since there was no major change in the rules. The most visible changes are the introduction of the much debated Halo device – which I’m not fan of although it doesn’t look as bad as I expected – and the removal of the shark fin and the T-wing. Of course, McLaren has switched engines with…

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Abu Dhabi GP 2017 ?>

Abu Dhabi GP 2017

The season is – unfortunately – coming to an end and both world championships have been already decided. Abu Dhabi is the last race of the season and we’ll only be interested in seeing whether Vettel can seal the 2nd position in the drivers championship. Please share the post:

Brazilian GP 2017 ?>

Brazilian GP 2017

Hamilton and Mercedes may have clinched the driver’s and the constructor’s championship respectively, but there’s a lot to play for in the lower positions. Just six points separates Toro Rosso in 6th position, Renault in 7th and Haas in 8th. I believe both teams will jump ahead of Torro Rosso mainly due to the inexperience of its current driver line-up. Please share the post:

Mexican GP 2017 ?>

Mexican GP 2017

Just three races remain this season, Mercedes is already crowned champion and Lewis Hamilton may clinch the driver’s title this weekend. We were sure hoping for more intrigue in the closing stages of the season. In the upcoming Mexican GP, Hamilton is expected to take pole and win the race as well. Please share the post:

United States GP 2017 ?>

United States GP 2017

Ferrari and Sebastian Vettel are still trying to recover from the past three nightmare race weekends and F1 is heading to the Circuit Of The Americas (COTA) in Austin, Texas. Pierre Gasly will be substituted with Kvyat who will partner with Brendon Hartley since Sainz is taking the Palmer’s race seat in Renault. Please share the post:

Japanese GP 2017 ?>

Japanese GP 2017

Just five races remain till the championship ends and next up is the Japanese GP in Suzuka circuit. Vettel and Scuderia Ferrari desperately need the victory here if they want to have a chance at the driver’s title. The two title contenders are expected to start and finish in the first two positions, with Hamilton first and Vettel second. Please share the post:

Malaysian GP 2017 ?>

Malaysian GP 2017

Following on of the most unpredictable Grand Prix in 2017, F1 is heading to Malaysia for the last Grand Prix in that circuit for the foreseeable future. What a shame! This circuit and the usually rainy conditions produced some of the most exciting races in the past 19 years. Friday practice sessions showed that Mercedes might suffer here but the model still thinks Hamilton is the favourite for the pole position. Please share the post:

Singapore GP 2017 ?>

Singapore GP 2017

F1 is leaving Europe and is heading to Singapore for a Grand Prix that is expected to help the Ferraris. Red Bull will also be strong and it will sure be a 3-team race. It’s difficult to predict how the top-6 drivers will start and finish the race but the model thinks it will be a classic Mercedes-Ferraris-Red Bulls occupying each of the first three rows respectively. Please share the post:

Italian GP 2017 ?>

Italian GP 2017

After a very close battle between Hamilton and Vettel in Spa, F1 is heading to the temple of speed, Monza. The stronger power unit of Mercedes will play a big role here and we may end up seeing the lap record of Juan Pablo Montoya from 2004 being broken. Please share the post:

Belgian GP 2017 ?>

Belgian GP 2017

After a probably too long summer break, F1 returns to Spa circuit in Belgium. The championship leader is expected to take the pole position with the two Mercedes of Hamilton and Bottas following. The Spa-master, Kimi Raikkonen, is predicted to start 4th, however it could be a chance for him to get the pole. Sebastian and Lewis almost have 50-50 chances of winning the race. Please share the post: