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Mar.30 (GMM) After a disappointing showing in Australia, Ferrari is back on song in Bahrain. The Italian team spent the two weeks between the opening grands prix of 2019 getting to the bottom of the sudden slump in form after a strong winter. “In Melbourne we had to explain why Ferrari was so slow. Two…Read More »
Mar.29 (GMM) Two midfield drivers think Haas is the best team behind the ‘top three’ Mercedes, Red Bull-Honda and Ferrari. Nico Hulkenberg drives for Renault, the works French team that had targeted closing the gap to the top teams in 2019. But he says Haas has jumped ahead. “I think Haas are currently leading the…Read More »
Mar.29 (GMM) Changes are being made to help drivers at the back of the grid to see the starting lights in Bahrain. In Australia, as an unforeseen consequence of the taller rear wings for 2019, drivers including Robert Kubica, Pierre Gasly and George Russell said they could not see the five lights on the Melbourne…Read More »
Mar.29 (GMM) Robert Kubica says he will stay off the curbs this weekend in Bahrain because Williams does not have enough spare parts. “We cannot afford to break anything,” said the Pole. Kubica has had a tough return to F1 after eight years, with the highly uncompetitive Williams car, a mistake-strewn season opener in Australia,…Read More »
Mar.29 (GMM) Carlos Sainz says he feels for Mick Schumacher as the F1 media hype goes into overdrive in Bahrain. A big gathering of press swarmed around the son of F1 legend Michael Schumacher in Bahrain, where he will make his Formula 2 debut before testing the Ferrari and Alfa Romeo cars next week. Schumacher,…Read More »
Mar.29 (GMM) F1 can cope with the aftermath of Charlie Whiting’s sudden death. That is the view of Max Verstappen, as the governing FIA scrambles to put in place an emergency succession plan for the late race director and starter, who died suddenly in Melbourne. We already reported that, as in Australia, Michael Masi will…Read More »
Mar.29 (GMM) Sebastian Vettel has played down suggestions made about Ferrari’s problems by his former Red Bull boss Dr Helmut Marko. Vettel admits that, after Ferrari surprisingly struggled in Australia, it has been an “intense” fortnight leading into Bahrain. “We found some answers, but whether we have them all, we don’t know,” he said in…Read More »
Mar.29 (GMM) Jean Todt has responded to a controversy about a jailed protester in Bahrain. Earlier, the FIA vowed to “investigate” the case about Najah Yousif, who was reportedly jailed by the Bahrain regime for protesting about the race. Some had even called for F1 to boycott this weekend’s Bahrain grand prix. But FIA president…Read More »
Mar.29 (GMM) Sean Bratches has warned Zandvoort that the venue needs to secure its place on the 2020 calendar. Earlier this week, Dutch GP boss Jan Lammers said a widely reported March 31 deadline is actually more of a “guideline”. But Bratches, Liberty Media’s commercial boss, told the Dutch publication Formule 1: “Let me put…Read More »
Mar.29 (GMM) He may have quit F1, but Fernando Alonso’s schedule for 2019 remains busier than ever. McLaren announced in Bahrain that the Spaniard will test for the team and Pirelli on both days of the forthcoming post-Bahrain GP test. Alonso has just returned from South Africa where he was testing a Dakar rally car,…Read More »
Grand Prix Tours has once again orchestrated the perfect race weekend for the 2019 Belgian Grand Prix. Whether you are fanatical or just a casual race fan this grand prix is not to be missed. Come be a part of racing history with Grand Prix Tours at the 2019 Belgian Grand Prix.
The 2019 Italian Grand Prix. With a racing lineage that dates back more than 95 years, unpredictable weather patterns and the ravenous Ferrari fans makes this race and post race celebration a spectacle like no other in professional motorsports.
The home of the Singapore Grand Prix is the Marina Bay Street Circuit. With the beauty of the Formula 1 cars highlighted under the shining lights the Marina Bay stages one the most glamorous and entertaining races of the year.
The Mexican Grand Prix has new place on the calendar. The race is now on the last weekend of October just before the United States Grand Prix. The race is in jeopardy of not being on the calendar next season so we highly encourage all race fans take advantage of what could be the last Mexican GP for some time.