Monaco: A good circuit for McLaren over the years

#14 Fernando Alonso “Monaco is such a special place. I don’t think there are many drivers in the world that can say they don’t like racing there. Because it’s so narrow, and overtaking is almost impossible, it can be incredibly frustrating, but the feeling when you put together the perfect lap, or manage an overtaking manoeuvre, is all the more satisfying. “It’s a real challenge to get … Keep reading

2016 Monaco GP – Mercedes Preview

The 2016 Formula One World Championship continues this weekend with Round Six, the Monaco Grand Prix, from the Circuit de Monaco. Lewis Hamilton “Barcelona was the worst feeling but, like I always say, the true test is how you get back up when you’ve been knocked down. It was a tough moment for all of us after the race but it’s now chapter closed and looking ahead to Monaco. It’s an … Keep reading

Sahara Force India looks forward to round six of the season on the legendary streets of Monaco

Q&A with Vijay Mallya Team Principal, Vijay Mallya, targets another competitive showing in Monaco. Vijay, the team scored six points in Spain and there were lots of positives from the weekend… VJM: “We certainly took encouragement from our performance in qualifying and the race. It’s not easy to introduce a new aerodynamic package during a race weekend, but the team did an … Keep reading

F1 Heineken deal tipped to be 'game-changer' for fans

F1 supremo Bernie Ecclestone has called a press conference for the Thursday before the Canadian Grand Prix to announce the conclusion of a deal with a new ‘Formula One Global Partner.’ Although there is no confirmation on who this partner is, speculation in the paddock has pointed towards Ecclestone putting together a deal with brewery giant Heineken that could be worth as much as $250 … Keep reading

Mercedes needs to 'hit back hard' in Monaco – Wolff

Rosberg and Hamilton came together as they battled for the lead at Barcelona, which opened the way for Red Bull’s Max Verstappen to take his first win in F1. Having discussed the incident behind closed doors, Wolff is confident that both drivers have learned from what happened and that the fallout will not affect the team’s efforts to stop Red Bull and Ferrari taking more … Keep reading