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
To think that up until just a few months back it was common to hear complaints that the F1 drivers’ market was stale. And it was that way for years. Not now. It’s almost like it’s making up for lost time. We have had quite the shuffle for 2019, with on...
Last week something remarkable happened. Though I’ll forgive if you didn’t dwell much on it. Mercedes took its fifth F1 constructors’ title in a row. A feat only ever matched by F1’s most towering force of Ferrari with Schumacher, Todt, Brawn et al, which ...
The Mexican Grand Prix as expected was one of resolution; Lewis Hamilton got over the line for his latest world drivers’ championship. And the many implications of this – what this tells us about Hamilton’s skillset; where he fits in Formula 1’s historical pantheon...
This year’s world championship may well be decided this weekend in America. Yet whatever goes on it will struggle to match one particular showdown, if not necessarily for drama then certainly for oddity. The 1981 title also was decided in America, 37 years ago this week. Still today...
Three – that’s the magic number, as De La Soul once sang. Mercedes boss Toto Wolff agrees, and thinks this magic number will solve a Formula 1 problem. Or more to the point solve a Toto Wolff problem. That the ultra-talented and promising Esteban Ocon, from ...
It is an important and popular fact that things are not always what they seem. Not for the first time a Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Galaxy line is a useful one. You’ll be aware by now that our 2019 driver market silly season has had yet another dramat...
Formula 1’s summer break as it transpired was not much of a break. One seismic – and often surprising – story after another landed during the four weeks’ supposed downtime. Then in the Belgian Grand Prix weekend wherein all reconvened those stories, as Scott Mitche...
The word ‘retire’ was absent. Fernando Alonso left the door ajar indeed for a McLaren return sometime should things improve. But you’d hardly know it. And, as a matter of probability, we have cause for doubt. For him time is not to be denied. We may recall also that prev...
Let me tell you a story. I was at the BARC club meeting at Thruxton last weekend. It included Caterham Graduates races. And that championship’s points system goes thus: 30 for the win, then down by one for each place – 29 for second, 28 for third etc etc - to five for placin...
There is a joke that psychologists like to tell. Two psychologists, who are old friends, happen upon each other. Psychologist one asks psychologist two: “How’s your wife?” Psychologist two replies: “Compared to what?” I won’t give up ...