The Fun Drama of F1 Racing and the Bleak Reality of Presidential Races
Daniel Ricciardo did nothing wrong.
'F1 2018' Is a Great Sports Role-Playing Game About Calculated Risk
Learning what it takes to succeed in the most demanding motorsport in the world.
A Change in Sports Broadcasters Has Emotionally Wrecked Me
I grew up listening to these sportscasters, and now they're off the air.
Jacques Villeneuve: Lance Stroll 'One of the Worst' Rookies in F1 History
Stroll, 18, has struggled immensely as the first Canadian F1 driver since Villeneuve.
The 'F1 2017' Trailer Is Inscrutable, Navel Gazing, and Brilliant
The F1 series tries to find its way forward with an audience that stays in the past.
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The Mysterious Nigerian Prince Who Scammed His Way Into Owning an F1 Team
Ahead of the 1999 season, a Nigerian prince became the co-owner of Formula 1 stalwarts Arrows. Before the campaign was over he had disappeared, leaving the team in the lurch and considerable confusion as to his motives.
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In Conversation With Esteban Ocon, France's Newest Formula 1 Star
VICE Sports sat down with rising F1 star Esteban Ocon to discuss the new grand prix season, his old rivalry with Max Verstappen, and looking down on his rivals as the tallest driver on the grid.
Sex, Drugs and Formula 1: Tommy Byrne's Wild Ride
Tommy Byrne was a gifted young racing driver, but his Formula 1 career was short lived. The exact reasons for this are unclear – though the Irishman's fondness for drink, drugs and women cannot have helped his cause.
Former World Champion Says Teens Debuting in F1 Gives Off "Wrong Image"
Former world champion Jacques Villeneuve thinks that the influx of teenage drivers like Max Verstappen and Lance Stoll makes Formula 1 look too easy.
Adam Cooper, Motorsport.com
Allyson Felix and Lewis Hamilton Talk Speed
Allyson Felix and Lewis Hamilton are considered speed demons in their respective sports; Allyson in Track & Field, and Lewis in Formula 1.
Mexican F1 Star Dumps Sponsor via Twitter After Trump Row
Sergio Perez tweeted that he will ditch Hawkers as a sponsor after the sunglass brand tweeted that Mexican citizens could use its glasses to cover their 'crying eyes tomorrow when you are building the wall.'
Andrew van Leeuwen, motorsport.com
Should F1 Have Set an Example Over Vettel’s Outburst?
The FIA decided against taking any action over Sebastian Vettel’s curse-laden radio rant in Mexico, but does that send out a bad message of its own?
Charles Bradley, Motorsport.com