What to Expect in the 2021 F1 Grand Prix Season

Posted on January 27, 2021 by Kenneth Mcleod

With the 2021 Formula One Grand Prix Season calendar finally announced, we can start to get get excited for the season ahead. After an unprecedented year due to the pandemic, don’t worry if you’re a little out of the loop on what to look for in the 2021 F1 season.
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Drivers For The 2021 Season

Posted on January 03, 2021 by Kenneth Mcleod

Read about more who are the drivers next year and what team they will be driving for in the 2021 season for the Formula One Championship.
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Formula One 2021 Racing Calendar

Posted on December 23, 2020 by Kenneth Mcleod

FIA World Sport Council has accepted the 2021 calendar for the Formula One season and this year will include 23 grand prix races from all around the world, which is the record to date.
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Abu Dhabi Grand Prix 2020 - The Season Finale

Posted on December 19, 2020 by Kenneth Mcleod

The season finale was a relatively lacklustre affair. The world champion was clearly ‘out of sorts’ following his return to the track – apparently still suffering the effects of COVID. There were not any great upsets or dramatic charges up the field: the top 3 starting and finishing in the same place.
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Sakhir Grand Prix 2020 - Will Russell Take The Podium

Posted on December 10, 2020 by Kenneth Mcleod

22 year old Briton George Russell had been Lewis Hamilton’s replacement for the race today – as fellow Brit Hamilton was isolating following a positive COVID test. It was the first time in his 256-race career that Hamilton has been sidelined.
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Bahrain Grand Prix 2020 - Romain Grosjean Has A Lucky Escape

Posted on December 05, 2020 by Kenneth Mcleod

Thankfully it’s been a long time since we’ve seen such a horrific crash in Formula One.
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Turkish Grand Prix 2020 - F1 Action Report From Istanbul Park

Posted on November 23, 2020 by Kenneth Mcleod

There is no stopping Lewis now in the Mercedes and in Turkey he didn't disappoint his fans, what can the other racers do to stop him!
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EMILIA ROMAGNA GRAND PRIX F1 Race Info From Italy 2020

Posted on November 03, 2020 by Kenneth Mcleod

Another win for Hamilton, and with a Mercedes one-two another Constructors’ Championship for the team - a record 7th consecutive championship win.
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Hamilton beats the record held by Michael Schumacher

Posted on October 31, 2020 by Kenneth Mcleod

For as long as Formula One started to believe that Hamilton might actually surpass the previously ‘unassailable’ records held by Michael Schumacher – the build up to this moment began.
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Eifel Grand Prix Nurburgring - Lewis Gets Historic

Posted on October 15, 2020 by Kenneth Mcleod

Today, after it seemed penalties might continue to delay this moment – Lewis Hamilton finally equalled Michael Schumacher’s race record of 91 Formula One wins.
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The Russian Grand Prix - Good Day For Bottas

Posted on October 03, 2020 by Kenneth Mcleod

Sochi this year saw some drama and controversy before the race starts because of the practice sessions, find out about all the action from the Sochi Autodrom.
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The Tuscan Grand Prix - Back To Normal

Posted on September 22, 2020 by Kenneth Mcleod

After the big surprise of the previous race in Monza, it was back to normal for the winner of the race at the Mugello Circuit.
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Monza GP 2020 The First Real Upset Of The Season

Posted on September 10, 2020 by Kenneth Mcleod

Hamilton as usual was leading in the race, until it all went terribly wrong and there were errors not only from him, but the team as well.
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Lewis Hamilton dominated again, this time at Spa Francorchamps

Posted on September 03, 2020 by Kenneth Mcleod

Another pole, another unbeatable performance. It was his 5th win out of a possible 7 so far this season and his 5th out of the last 6 races.
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All The News From The GP at The Circuit de Barcelona-Catalunya

Posted on August 27, 2020 by Kenneth Mcleod

The rise in COVID cases in Spain before this weekend, didn’t deter Formula One. The safety measures seem to be sufficient in reassuring the drivers and their teams.
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70th Anniversay of the Grand Prix Report From Silverstone

Posted on August 17, 2020 by Kenneth Mcleod

The 70th anniversary of the first race at Silverstone did not disappoint the audience; alot more excitement than last week’s slow starter that we experienced!
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COVID-19 Era - The Formula One Grand Prix at Silverstone

Posted on August 9, 2020 by Kenneth Mcleod

Lewis Hamilton had started in pole, held off Bottas on the starting line and seemed to be performing a straight-forward cruise to victory.
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The Grand Prix Season Starts In Austria and Hungary

Posted on July 26, 2020 by Kenneth Mcleod

It began with drivers ‘taking the knee’ in support of Black Lives Matter. All driver wore t-shirts with ‘End Racism’ on them, and while only 14 drivers took the knee – all confirmed their support of the movement.
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The DELAYED Start to the 2020 Season

Posted on July 7, 2020 by Kenneth Mcleod

It is finally happening. Not the bumper 22 races we were expecting, we are the wrong side of Easter and there will be no crowd; but this weekend finally sees the start of the long-awaited 71st Formula One Championship.
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The Grand Prix Season 2020

Posted on March 12, 2020 by Kenneth Mcleod

Now Christmas is a distant memory; we’ve suffered the lull of January and the downpours of February … Spring is nearly here! And Formula One is back. Phew...
But not quite as we know it.
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Coronavirus How Will It Affect The F1 Calender

Posted on February 26, 2020 by Kenneth Mcleod

What affect will the coronavirus have on the Formula One Championship in 2020, the Chinese Grand Prix has already been postponed.
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The 2020 Season Now Has 22 Races

Posted on January 20, 2020 by Kenneth Mcleod

The 2020 F1 season will start in Melbourne in March and end November in Abu Dhabi and now consists of 22 Grand Prix, with Vietnam and the Dutch GP being added, but the German GP now has been agreed not be part of the current racing calendar. This makes the 2020 championship the longest in the sport's history. The team at GPA are really looking forward to all the action to come in the coming months.
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Japan hosts the Grand Prix and the Rugby World Cup in October.

Posted on May 01, 2019 by Kenneth Mcleod

Like a total solar eclipse, a driver winning from the back of the grid, or a new episode of Top Gear on Dave, there will be a very rare event in October 2019, when the Japanese Grand Prix coincides with the Rugby World Cup which is being held in the country for the first time.
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Monza Grand Prix 2018 - Hamilton Wins In Italy

Posted on September 06, 2018 by Kenneth Mcleod

Another race, another first lap collision..this time it was Vettel who suffered the most. The clash put him at the back and in an impressive display of damage-limitation he drove well in a wounded car to finish 4th.
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The 2019 Formula 1 Racing Calendar

Posted on September 06, 2018 by Kenneth Mcleod

The management at formula one announce on the 31st of August 2018 the initial draft for the 2019 season.
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Hamilton had started in pole; but Vettel triumphs in the end at Spa!

Posted on August 28, 2018 by Kenneth Mcleod

Hamilton was passed on the first lap at the Kemmel Straight by Sebastian Vettel – who then led comfortably to win the race - cutting Hamilton’s lead in the championship to 17 points.
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Monaco Grand Prix Packages 2019

Posted on August 22, 2018 by Kenneth Mcleod

F1 Hospitality Packages for the Monaco Grand Prix in 2019 Grand Prix Adventures – Offering trips to the Grand Prix for over 15 years We source and offer the best race viewing venues, hotels and hospitality for the Monaco…
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Ricciardo Is To Leave Red Bull For Renault!

Posted on August 22, 2018 by Kenneth Mcleod

Only weeks ago, Red Bull’s Christian Horner had said Daniel Ricciardo was ‘close’ to signing a new deal with the team. But on 3rd August, in ‘one of the most difficult decisions’ of his career
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Ferrari Were The Favourites On Paper, But Lewis Proved Them All Wrong!

Posted on August 01, 2018 by Kenneth Mcleod

Lewis Hamilton took his fifth win of the season, his second in a row and another race that ‘on paper’ favoured Ferrari; to head into the summer break with a healthy 24-point lead
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Lewis Wins In The German Rain!

Posted on July 22, 2018 by Kenneth Mcleod

Lewis Hamilton achieved an astonishing victory as rain hit the German Grand Prix at Hockenheimring.
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Sebastian Vettel Ruins Hamilton Chances Of A Record 6th Win!

Posted on July 14, 2018 by Kenneth Mcleod

The championship lead has swung back to Sebastian Vettel as he took the win here today at Silverstone.
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Max Verstappen Charges Into The Lead And Wins For Red Bull!

Posted on July 8, 2018 by Kenneth Mcleod

Red Bull took their first win at home, as Max Verstappen survived the heat to drive with control and precision to take his first win of the season.
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Lewis Hamilton reclaims the lead in the World Championship!

Posted on June 30, 2018 by Kenneth Mcleod

The race has not been held in France since 2008 when Felipe Massa won it in a Ferrari at the Circuit de Nevers Magny-Cours.
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Vettel Retakes the Lead in Montreal!

Posted on June 17, 2018 by Kenneth Mcleod

Sebastian Vettel achieved his 50th win and retook the lead in the World Championship, after dominating the race today in Montreal. In a bizarre display of ‘not paying attention to counting the laps’ the chequered flag was waved by model Winnie Harlow a lap early.
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Daniel Ricciardo wins at the ‘most prestigious’ Grand Prix of the season!

Posted on May 31, 2018 by Kenneth Mcleod

He was fastest in all practice and qualifying sessions and led the entire race from pole – despite suffering a power loss with 50 laps to go.

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Running With The Bulls In Spain!

Posted on May 18, 2018 by Kenneth Mcleod

Lewis Hamilton took his first convincing win of the season today in Spain, his second win in a row - extending his lead in the championship to 17 points. Mercedes took a 1-2 on the podium, while Ferrari had a difficult day with Vettel slipping to 4th and Raikkonen failing to finish.
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Formula One Rule Change For Next Year!

Posted on May 5, 2018 by Kenneth Mcleod

Part of the fun in watching Formula One is when there are changes in the standings throughout the race i.e. when one car overtakes another and in some races this can be an arduous task to say the least. Therefore a need arose to research ways of making it easier for the cars to follow closely behind each other to be able to overtake.
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They battle it out through the Historic Streets of Baku City!

Posted on May 3, 2018 by Kenneth Mcleod

Lewis Hamilton has got his win. It’s his first win this season and his first since the US Grand Prix in October – but he didn’t achieve it in the manner that he had hoped for.
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Is Daniel Ricciardo ‘the honey badger’ now a serious contender for this year’s title?

Posted on April 25, 2018 by Kenneth Mcleod

Vettel had started in pole, with Ferrari teammate Raikkonen in 2nd; but it was Mercedes Valtteri Bottas that had looked on course for victory before the safety car, after passing both Ferrari drivers during their pits.
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Well…the Formula One season doesn't take long to heat up

Posted on April 12, 2018 by Kenneth Mcleod

Ferrari’s Vettel hung on for the win with fraying tyres, keeping Mercedes’ Bottas just behind him. Hopes for a 3-team title race were temporarily thwarted, after neither Red Bull driver finished. And a Ferrari mechanic was injured after being hit by Raikkonen in the pit.
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Start Your Engines, The New 2018 Season Begins In Ernest

Posted on March 29, 2018 by Kenneth Mcleod

Last November, Lewis Hamilton won the World Championship for the fourth time, equalling his current rival Sebastian Vettel’s record. If one of them wins this year they will equal Juan Manuel Fangio’s record of 5 and be within 2 championship wins of Michael Schumacher’s astonishing 7 titles. Rivalry is at its peak...
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Bottas Dominates in Abu Dhabi

Posted on December 8, 2017 by Kenneth Mcleod

Valtteri Bottas dominated here in Abu Dhabi, in the last weekend of the Formula One season. Learning from his poor start from pole in Brazil, he made sure that this time he held onto pole position and controlled the race from that point on.
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At Interlagos The Heat Is On!

Posted on November 20, 2017 by Kenneth Mcleod

It was Vettel’s first victory since July, before his championship fell apart. He controlled the race at the Autodromo Jose Carlos Pace after snatching pole from Bottas at the start.
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Mexican Grand Prix 2017

Posted on November 3, 2017 by Kenneth Mcleod

“I never gave up. It was not the (type of) race I wanted. I kept going right until the end. I just wanted to lift it up to my family, and God and my team.”…
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Austin USA Grand Prix 2017

Posted on October 29, 2017 by Kenneth Mcleod

US GRAND PRIX 22.10.17
“At the start it was looking good, we got past Lewis, but we had to realise we couldn’t go at his pace. We were then in no-man’s land and were not quite sure what to…
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Japanese Grand Prix 2017

Posted on October 13, 2017 by Kenneth Mcleod

JAPANESE GRAND PRIX 8.10.17 “I could only have dreamed of having this kind of gap.” (Hamilton) Another win for Hamilton, another exit for Vettel – as went out with engine problems 4 laps into the race. It is…
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Malaysian GP 2017

Posted on October 6, 2017 by Kenneth Mcleod

MALAYSIAN GRAND PRIX 1.10.17 The last ever Malaysian Grand Prix at the Sepang Circuit concluded with Verstappen spectacularly re-finding his form with his first win in nearly 18 months, Hamilton extending his championship lead to 34 points despite a…
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Singapore Grand Prix 2017

Posted on September 21, 2017 by Kenneth Mcleod

SINGAPORE GRAND PRIX – Marina Bay Street Circuit – 17.9.17 The event is held under the superb floodlight Marina Bay track, some 1500 floodlights light up the entire circuit with excitement. This race can be compared to the Monaco…
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Italian Grand Prix, Monza 2017

Posted on September 6, 2017 by Kenneth Mcleod

ITALIAN GRAND PRIX – Monza – 3.9.17 “It’s an incredibly exciting season, the last two races have been extremely strong for us – we have gone from strength to strength.” (Hamilton) Italian GP Race Results 2017: 1.…
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Spa to Monza Supercar Adventure

Posted on September 4, 2017 by Kenneth Mcleod

Supercar Adventure Through Europe GPA are offering a self-drive hire on the most amazing current supercars from Ferrari 458, McLaren 570S, Porsche 911 Turbo, Austin Martin or Audi R8 for touring through Europe and enjoying the spectacular Grand Prix in…
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Belgium Grand Prix 2017

Posted on September 1, 2017 by Kenneth Mcleod

BELGIUM GRAND PRIX – Circuit de Spa-Francorchamps – 27TH Aug 2017 “It was really intense. I was waiting for Lewis to do a mistake but he didn’t.” (Vettel) Belgium GP Race Results 2017: 1. Lewis Hamilton (Mercedes)…
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Hungarian Grand Prix 2017

Posted on August 11, 2017 by Kenneth Mcleod

HUNGARIAN GRAND PRIX – 30TH JULY 2017 “The mind is more cut-throat and ‘every point counts and this is do or die.’ But my heart tells me the right thing to do is to let him by.” (Lewis Hamilton)…
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BRITISH Grand Prix 2017

Posted on July 24, 2017 by Kenneth Mcleod

BRITISH GRAND PRIX RACE at SILVERSTONE – 16TH JULY 2017 “It has taken me a long time to get there, but I am so proud to be up there with the greats” (Hamilton) Race Results: 1. Lewis Hamilton…
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