Following the cancellation of FP2 it was all hands-on deck for the teams in FP3. Dry weather but with a high level of smog and humidity, the field were quick to take to the circuit and establish their race set-up. Limited time for qualification runs at the end saw most drivers having only one stab at setting a fast time, Lewis Hamilton making a mistake having been on to set the fastest time for the session while Valtteri Bottas was running without a T-wing which felt off his car earlier in the session. This will be noted by the FIA as assessments are made regarding having them removed, especially following the wobbly wing of the Haas at Australia two weeks earlier. Vettel setting the fastest time for the session from Kimi, but clearly qualifying is going to be an altogether more competitive prospect.
It has been a similar picture since the move into the hybrid era, Mercedes topping the time sheets while rivals struggle to make the difference. F1 has never been and will never be a level playing field but there always seemed to be a leveller somewhere. Any domination of the sport was quickly swallowed up […]Features
A couple of days ago images leaked from a private FIA press conference where Ross Brawn outlined his plan for the future of F1. These proposals were to streamline the development of the cars and develop a financially sustainable future for the sport which would allow the entry of more teams and hopefully, a wider […]News
Earlier this week news emerged of the agreement for the Alfa Romeo name to return to Formula 1. Taking over the struggling Sauber outfit which in turn becomes Alfa Romeo Sauber F1. A welcome surprise, this brings back an auspicious name and heritage to the sport. It also affords the team better technical support from […]News
Redout 2 launching on 16th June for PS4/PS5 Xbox One/S/X and PC
A surprise announcement this weekend, Redout 2 will be releasing in 2022. Sequel to Redout (2016), an underrated and somewhat underappreciated title. Redout won our VVV award for Best Indie Racing Game in 2017. An ambitious title with silky smooth fluid visuals of circuits visualised in a vast scale. Redout introduced an innovative and unique […]News