Graham is an F1 writer and journalist, who has been writing for Grand Prix Times since 2013. He started writing about F1 in 2010 for his own blog, Talking about F1, and now in addition to writing there and for Grand Prix Times he also writes for Vital F1 and Motor Verso, as well as previously for GP Racing Plus. He has attended several Grands Prix as accredited media. He also regularly marshals for various motorsport categories at Brands Hatch.
Recent articles by Graham Keilloh
The only surprise really was that anyone was surprised. Unless you have been living in some sort of seclusion you’ll be aware that Red Bull’s Pierre Gasly has been demoted to ‘B team’ Toro Rosso forthwith, with Alex Albon making the reverse journ...
The Hungarian Grand Prix is a fixture on the Formula 1 calendar. More so than you might think. This weekend’s will be the 34th annual visit without interruption. All of them have taken place at the Hungaroring circuit near Budapest. And in something that may strike as a surprise, among curr...
There was a time when Sir Frank Williams was a joke figure in Formula 1. It seems odd, seven world drivers’ titles, nine constructors’ titles and 114 grand prix victories later. But, for years, he was perceived as a forever struggling presence near the back. ...
“Crisis? What crisis?,” as the former UK prime minister James Callaghan actually didn’t say. On the basis of the Austrian Grand Prix last Sunday, it appears indeed that reports of Formula 1’s death were greatly exaggerated. F1’s problems of...
A race really should be simple. You get to the end before anyone else, you win. That’s how it works. Right? Well, in Formula 1, only usually. Here things are never necessarily quite so simple. We had our latest demonstration in Canada last weekend. As has been muc...
There was no doubt about where the man himself rated it. “I think it was the hardest race I've had,” said Lewis Hamilton after his dogged Monaco Grand Prix triumph last Sunday. Elsewhere he added that it was “probably the most intense race I've ever had.” W...
“Undoubtedly there is an infectious disease which afflicts every world champion and team, and it’s been going on for years. It’s not right to say that the guy who’s champion loses his edge, or that the designer relaxes, the mechanics lose interest of whatever. But ...
They say you can’t win a race on lap one, yet you can most certainly lose it. The equivalent it seems applies to championships, certainly on the basis of recent evidence. Just four rounds in, good luck finding anyone who thinks Ferrari can salvage its 2019 Formula 1 season....
You hardly can have missed that the Chinese Grand Prix just passed was the 1000th race ever in the Formula 1 world championship. And competing with this in the ubiquity stakes were the equally attention-demanding pedants. They had noticed that F1’s past is like any part of the truth...
Nineteen Ninety-Four. For the Formula 1 observer, the Orwellian air is appropriate. The season is viewed as a rancid low point. It started with tragedy, ended with controversy, and the intervening period was filled mostly with acrimony – from every source imaginab...