Just over a year ago Brendon Hartley made his F1 debut replacing Carlos Sainz but now faces the real possibility that his F1 career is over as quickly as it began but has Hartley done enough to stay in F1?
This time last year Max Verstappen won the Mexican Grand Prix and Lewis Hamilton sealed his 4th world title, this year Max Verstappen once again won the Mexican Grand Prix and Lewis Hamilton became a 5-time world champion.
F1’s next stop is Mexico where last year Lewis Hamilton sealed his 4th world title and is very likely to seal his 5th, all he needs is 6 championship points and he equals Juan Manuel Fangio moving to 2nd on the all time list for world titles.
Kimi Raikkonen would win his first race in F1 since 2013 in an absolute thriller, we review the US Grand Prix.
Williams confirmed George Russell at the team last week but who will be his teammate in 2019?
The ABB FIA Formula E championship will keep the points system used in season 4 after plans to award points for the most efficient driver was rejected by the FIA’s World Motorsport Council.
Amid wil speculation that Nissan e.dams driver Alexander Albon is set to move to Toro Rosso in 2019 to replace Brendon Hartley, one time Formula E driver and 2017 F2 title contender Oliver Rowland has taken Albons place in pre-season testing in Valencia.
Lewis Hamilton took his 4th straight win in Japan and is within touching distance of the world title. If Hamilton wins and Vettel finishes 3rd or lower then Hamilton will take his 5th world title.
Ahead of the United States Grand Prix Racing Point Force India confirm that Sergio Perez will fill one of it’s seats for 2019 taking him to his sixth consecutive season with the team.
After a lack of significant progress with their engine in 2018 Renault has taken the decision to design an all-new engine for it’s 2019 campaign.