F1 Midweek

Open Wheel Wednesday: Renault Vs. Racing Point the New On-Track Rivalry?

Over the years in Formula 1, we have seen some incredible team rivalries. From McLaren v. Ferrari to Red Bull v. Mercedes, it seems that no matter where a team is on the grid you can always find someone to rival them. However, following the doubleheader in Austria, it appears …

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Open Wheel Wednesday: Fernando Alonso, Renault to Reunite For 2021


After departing Formula 1 at the end of the 2018 season, Renault announced on Wednesday that the team were bringing back two-time World Champion Fernando Alonso for the 2021 season. Alonso, who won Renault’s the team’s first two titles in 2005 and 2006, will partner with Frenchman Esteban Ocon who …

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Open Wheel Wednesday: Lewis Hamiltonʻs Frustration

Lewis Hamilton provides a vital voice in Formula 1 as its sole black driver. Regardless of his poles, wins and championships, Hamilton is in the unique position to provide perspective on a sport that runs worldwide. His recent Instagram postings indicate that he has taken his outspoken nature and directed …

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F1 Midweek: Parting of Sebastian Vettel, Ferrari Shakes Up Silly Season

On Monday, news broke that Ferrari and Sebastian Vettel would part at the end of the 2020 season. With the announcement confirmed the next day by Ferrari, the game of musical chairs in Formula 1 revved to a high rpm. Vettel leaving Ferrari is big news in and of itself …

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F1 Midweek: Storylines for 2020; Starting in Australia

Coronavirus be damned! The Formula 1 season will go lights out this weekend at its customary starting track in Melbourne, Australia. Chatter that it might be canceled had surrounded the race, but with Ferrari en route, everything looks set to go on as usual. The ʻon with the showʻ attitude …

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F1 Midweek: Abu Dhabi Finale Means The Post-Season Blues are Starting Early

The Formula 1 circus is heading to Abu Dhabi this weekend for the final 2019 Formula One Grand Prix of the year. I can’t help but ask, what’s the point? The World Driver’s Championship’s fate was sealed a long time ago, as was the Constructor’s title, which Mercedes clinched for …

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