Sebastian Vettel has won his first race in more than a year with a strategic victory in Singapore.
Sebastian Vettel says he isn’t feeling the heat from his extended run of underperformance.
It would be hyperbole to say Vettel’s past it, but at Silverstone it was hard not to wonder whether his rivals have passed him.
‘Rage quit’ isn’t a phrase heard thrown around in Formula One.
If you were monitoring that renowned bastion of reasonable and level-headed debate known as Twitter during the Canadian Grand Prix, you’d be forgiven for thinking that Formula One had folded overnight, never to be seen again among the ranks of top-tier motorsport.
Nothing fires up the formula one public quite like team orders, and it’s taken only three races for the sport’s favourite subject to become a major talking point in 2019.
Mercedes has been Formula One’s dominant force for five long years, but that could all be about to change in 2019.
Unforced errors cost Sebastian Vettel his best shot at the championship since his 2014 triumph.
But Vettel admitted that defeat in Mexico was hard to stomach.
Sebastian Vettel says understanding the tyres will be key to turning around Ferrari’ poor practice pace.