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Daniel Kuberek

Avid F1 fan since birth, witnessed the golden age of V10's as a kid, and now aspiring to witness the sport on track as a professional Journalist.

Hamilton tops FP3 as Ferrari appear strong

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Lewis Hamilton looks in comfortable control heading into qualifying, after topping the final free practice with 0.3s to spare from his teammate. Despite Ferrari appearing deficient to Red Bull in recent races, Tifosi will take solace in the Italian team’s form in the session. Whilst both Mercedes appeared untouchable – Lewis Hamilton’s 1:22.008 was almost […]

Throwback Thursday: 1988 Italian Grand Prix

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1988, a season which saw the titanic juggernaut of Mclaren securing wins in the first eleven races of the season, toppling numerous records. As Ayrton Senna and Alain Prost jousted for the championship, F1 headed to Monza where Ferrari had not won since 1979. Enzo Ferrari had also passed away less than a month earlier, having […]

Scintillating Raikkonen tops FP3

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Kimi Raikkonen has entered as a wildcard for Belgium pole, topping the final practice session as Mercedes targeted long run pace. With both Ferrari’s and Lewis Hamilton leaving their flying laps for the last half hour of the session, the opening stanza was dominated by Mercedes power. And Manor rising gun Pascal Wehrlein would see […]

Rosberg completes Free Practice hat-trick

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Heading into qualifying full of confidence, Nico Rosberg was again able to replicate his Friday form ahead of Saturday afternoon. The German would be followed closely by team-mate Lewis Hamilton, Daniel Ricciardo, and the two Ferrari’s headed by Kimi Raikkonen. Hamilton would be embroiled in controversy early, after being released out of the Mercedes garage in […]

Rosberg comfortably tops FP3

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Signing a new contract heading into the Hungarian Grand Prix weekend, Nico Rosberg looked comfortable heading into qualifying, topping the final practice session. Team mate Lewis Hamilton was under pressure to make up for a lack of mileage in FP2, after spinning and clouting into a barrier on Friday. The Briton would begin Saturday practice […]

Throwback: 1986 British Grand Prix

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Britain has enjoyed a number of home drivers winning their race in recent years, but the final race at Brands Hatch in 1986 sought to end the hoodoo lasting ten years. Ayrton Senna was the undisputed king of poles in 1986, having guided his Lotus 98T to five of the previous nine starting positions. However […]

FP3 – Hamilton completes free practice hat trick

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A crescendo in action during FP3 saw home favourite Lewis Hamilton again top the time sheet, as a Marcus Ericsson crash also resulted in a red flag period. Going slightly wide onto the turn 15 Astroturf, Ericsson then spun the car and crashed heavily into a barrier near the pit entry. Of further note was […]

FP3 – Vettel beats record as Rosberg crashes

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  Sebastian Vettel topped proceedings during third free practice, a display of scintillating Ferrari pace not seen yesterday. However the major talking point of the morning would be Nico Rosberg’s heavy crash on the 21 minute mark, which resulted in red flags for a period of over 10 minutes. Entering a flying lap on his […]

Throwback Thursday: 2002 Austrian Grand Prix

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Team politics have always been a contentious facet of Formula One, but the race that shot the debate into mainstream discussion was the 2002 Austrian Grand Prix. A year earlier, Scuderia Ferrari had commanded Rubens Barrichello to allow team-mate Michael Schumacher through for second position on the final straight. Justified as “letting Michael through for […]