The Mechanic Marc ‘Elvis’ Priestley reveals the secret world of the F1 pit lane

The groundbreaking book The Mechanic: The secret world of the F1 pit lane by Marc ‘Elvis’ Priestly manages to teleport his reader so vividly back to 2008 - when Hamilton earned his first title with McLaren - that the atmosphere and emotions in Mexico seemed within one’s grasp. In his first book, McLaren’s former

“I’m not very good with names”: Carlos Sainz on what seems to be his main problem at Renault

In September, Renault Sport announced that Carlos Sainz would join their team for the 2018 season. One month later, the Spaniard found himself walking around Renault’s base in Enstone and has already taken on the US Grand Prix with the French manufacturer. Sports Gazette was able to get an insight

Formula 1 Esports Series: Blending fiction and reality

Formula One have their eyes on the future creating their first ever Esports Championship. The semifinal held at Gfinity Arena in London on the 10th October exceeded all expectations drawing any old-fashioned motorsports fan into the world of gaming. Sports Gazette's Ena Bilobrk went to have a look at how

Five things we have REALLY learnt from the Japanese Grand Prix

Lewis Hamilton puts hands together in heart shaped position above head.

The race is probably one we could easily forget, not enough drama one would say. We have seen Sebastian Vettel struggling, again, Lewis Hamilton extending his advantage and Red Bull's double trouble Daniel Ricciardo and Max Verstappen snatching podium places. Jolyon Palmer wasn’t oh-so-jolly anymore as he finished his racing

Who’s got the nerves to bag the Malaysian Grand Prix?

Mercedes Formula One car driving past Malaysian flag

A professional racing driver gives insights what battles you fight off the track and what could be the deciding factor for winning the Malaysian Grand Prix. It has been two weeks since the Singapore madness and its aftermath continues to linger on. Another wet race weekend should fire up the audience