Last race before the summer break and things are hotting up. (Which can’t be said for the English weather…) Are we seeing the first hint of a crack in Red Bull dominance, or will they re-stamp their authority on the season before the four-week summer break?
We’re in Germany, home of the current runaway leader, Vettel. Can he be stopped?
The big one, Monaco. Little chance of overtaking, but always exciting. Pole is all important
Here we are properly in Europe with the title competition beginning to hot up, assuming Vettel doesn’t just run away with it all. Plenty of time for upgrades and surprises though in what’s looking like a pretty exciting season in development
Here we are in Istanbul Park, with Vettel on pole already and both Duffy and I late making calls for the race. It was picking by email this time – post qualifying on a gentleman’s agreement. Duffy’s turn for first choice with Vettel, Martin taking a gamble on Hamilton being the one to catch him, ..
Onto Shanghai, will there be any stopping Sebastian Vettel?
Second race of the season and the big question is how the new Pirelli tyres will perform in hot temperatures – from the cool of Melbourne to the extreme of Kuala Lumpur, one of the hottest tracks of the season. Heat is not the only issue though, this could be the first race of the ..
The first race of the season after the cancellation of Bahrain, due to unrest in the country. With a plethora of rule changes this season and a new tyre provider, calling the first race is going to be a tough one. Ferrari and Red Bull are the obvious contenders, but McLaren have defied the pundits ..
In 2010 new British bean to bar chocolate maker Duffy Sheardown challenged Seventypercent editor Martin Christy to pick the winners for the Formula 1 season.
This year we open up the competition to all comers, with prizes including a visit to Duffy’s factory