2015 Tour Calendar
|24 May||Indy 500|
|13/14 June||Le Mans 24 Hours|
|25 October||United States|
|29 November||Abu Dhabi|
Australian Grand Prix
Eyebrows were raised as a Russian teenager was parachuted into Formula 1 at Melbourne last March. Toro Rosso had plucked Daniil Kvyat from the relative obscurity of GP3 but the youngster was far from overawed: Kvyat qualified eighth, despite tricky conditions, and came away with a hugely impressive two points. The step up in class was taken in his stride but the duration was a genuine concern. “It was.....
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 to the leaders.....
Chinese Grand Prix
By Shanghai last year, our quadruple World Champion was losing patience with his unaccustomed lack of competitiveness. Not only was the Red Bull team struggling to get on terms with Mercedes, but his upstart teammate had the audacity to out-qualify him on three out of four weekends thus far. As Hamilton led home a Silver Arrows one-two, Sebastian was being asked to move aside to enable.....
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.....
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.....
“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 .....
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