2015 Tour Calendar

15 March Australia
29 March Malaysia
12 April China
19 April Bahrain
10 May Spain
24 May Monaco
24 May Indy 500
7 June Canada
13/14 June Le Mans 24 Hours
21 June Austria
5 July Britain
26 July Hungary
23 August Belgium
6 September Italy
20 September Singapore
27 September Japan
11 October Russia
25 October United States
1 November Mexico
15 November Brazil
29 November Abu Dhabi

Le Mans 24 Hour

Having qualified behind both Toyotas and the two Porsches, Audi’s turbo-diesels were not sitting pretty at the 82nd edition of the French Classic. Things got worse with the second hour rain storm which saw Audi #3 crash out. During the night a variety of reliability issues constantly shuffled the order until sunrise when the pole-sitting Toyota retired from the lead with electrical failure.....

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Indy 500

“I thought I didn’t leave any room,” said a shell-shocked Helio Castroneves, “but he found it”. The Penske driver looked set to win the frantic three-way sprint finish but Ryan Hunter-Reay forced his Michael Andretti-run Dallara-Honda through the narrowest of gaps at 220 mph to take the decisive lead with just three laps to go. Hunter-Reay’s winning margin of just 0.060 seconds was.....

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Malaysian Grand Prix

Massa had been eased out of Ferrari only to negotiate himself a plum seat with the resurgent Williams team, complete with Mercedes power. A blessing in disguise. Then came an echo from Maranello. ''Ok Felipe, Valtteri is faster than you. Do not hold him up.” Bottas had caught his Brazilian teammate during the course of the 2014 Malaysian GP and seemed better able to take the fight......

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Bahrain Grand Prix

With more than two thirds of the 2014 Bahrain GP behind him, Hamilton was sitting pretty. Having overhauled his pole-sitting teammate and repelled Rosberg’s sustained challenge, Lewis now enjoyed a ten second advantage. All that changed when Maldonado pitched Gutierrez’s Sauber into a lurid roll triggering the safety car. Now on the wrong tyres and with.....

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Spanish Grand Prix

Rosberg had the upper hand in Barcelona last year. Yet Hamilton’s gung ho qualifying lap, followed by a poor start for the German, surrendered the initiative and first call on team strategy. Nico now needed to utilise his extra speed here to overtake his rival on the track. Lap after lap the two Mercedes circulated together, with Lewis expertly controlling the gap.....

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Monaco Grand Prix

In Sunday’s race, Rosberg fully exploited his pole sitter’s track position to lead every lap of the 2014 Monaco GP. How he secured pole, however, was not without controversy. Nico put in a useful banker in Q3 but Hamilton had the potential to go even faster. As Lewis approached Mirabeau on his second flying lap he was greeted by a flurry of yellow flags and a .....

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Canadian Grand Prix

The sweltering heat of Montreal last June halted the Mercedes bandwagon as temperature issues robbed both cars of their Energy Recovery Systems. Rosberg was still leading but easy prey for the chasing pack. Smelling blood, Ricciardo clinically dealt with Vettel but the two-stopping Force India of Sergio Perez, with its prodigious Mercedes power, was proving.....

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Austrian Grand Prix

“We came here thinking if there are 27 points on the table, we want them,” explained an unapologetic Rob Smedley. “We went and got them.” The head of vehicle performance at Williams was justifying the team’s conservative strategy in Spielberg last year. Sir Frank’s cars both qualified on the front row and a giant killing was on the cards. Massa and Bottas.....

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Belgian Grand Prix

“It has been our clear policy to let the drivers race,” stated a grim-faced Toto Wolff in the aftermath of his team’s 2014 Belgian debacle, “But rule number one is: don’t hit each other". The Mercedes chief executive had watched in disbelief as Rosberg’s inopportune move on Hamilton eliminated the Englishman from contention and necessitated a new nose on.....

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Italian Grand Prix

Lap nine at Monza last September: Rosberg arrived at the first chicane too fast. Rather than lock his brakes and flat spot his tyres, he made a conscious decision to take to the escape road and weave through the safety barriers. Despite losing a couple of precious seconds the German maintained his lead. Soon he was under increasing pressure. “I had to.....

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