Six hours after the race...

    The Canadian Grand Prix provided controversy and high drama. But it also proved that Ferrari can beat Mercedes - if Sebastian Vettel can avoid making mistakes. There is no question that a lot of people felt that Ferrari had been robbed of victory by the FIA Stewards. But all they were doing was following the ru... [Continue reading]

    Posted 10 Jun |  0 Comments | Category: GP+ Magazine

    Seven hours after the race...

    In the days leading up to the Monaco Grand Prix, Niki Lauda passed away. The Austrian was a larger-than-life character, with a long and varied history in the sport, as a driver and as a team leader. His most recent role was as chairman of the Mercedes F1 team. Lewis Hamilton and the crew wanted to deliver a gre... [Continue reading]

    Posted 26 May |  0 Comments | Category: GP+ Magazine

    Six hours after the race...

    Formula 1 went to Catalonia expecting Ferrari to be strong on the circuit where the team had dominated pre-season testing a couple of months ago... But as the weekend unfurled, it was clear that Mercedes had taken a big step forward and Ferrari was struggling to keep up. Worse than that, Red Bull was also in th... [Continue reading]

    Posted 12 May |  0 Comments | Category: GP+ Magazine

    Six hours after the race...

    The 1001st Formula 1 World Championship race, held on the streets of Baku, in Azerbaijan, was a dominant display by Mercedes-Benz, with Ferrari and Red Bull not able to keep up with the fleet silver machines. It was the team's fourth consecutive 1-2. Next time they will equal the record and if they can do i... [Continue reading]

    Posted 28 Apr |  0 Comments | Category: GP+ Magazine

    Four hours after the race...

    Mercedes left China with a third consecutive 1-2 finish - a real surprise given Ferrari's dominance in pre-season testing. But it has not been as easy as it sounds, as Ferrari should have won in Bahrain but made a mess of things. In China it never looked like Ferrari was in with a chance and the S... [Continue reading]

    Posted 14 Apr |  0 Comments | Category: GP+ Magazine

    Have you considered GP+? - The fastest F1 magazine

    GrandPrix+ is an e-magazine that you can either download or read in Flipbook. This year the subscription includes a total of 24 magazines, comprising the 2018 Season Review, the 2019 Preview, 21 race issues and a Season Review of 2019 when the season concludes. The magazines average around 9... [Continue reading]

    Posted 27 Mar |  0 Comments | Category: GP+ Magazine

    Seven hours after the race

    Valtteri Bottas drove a brilliant race in Melbourne to win a dominant victory and kick off his World Championshp in the best possible way. No-one could touch the flying Finn, who came home 20 seconds clear of Lewis Hamilton, 22 secs clear of Max Verstappen's Red Bull-Honda and almost a minute ahea... [Continue reading]

    Posted 17 Mar |  0 Comments | Category: GP+ Magazine

    Your GP+ Season preview is ready for downloading

    The Formula 1 season is upon and GP+ have been trying to figure out what will happen in 2019. Can Lewis Hamilton win a sixth title or will Sebastian Vettel finally strike back. And how will Max Verstappen do with Red Bull's new relationship with Honda. There are lots of fascinating questions to be answered.... [Continue reading]

    Posted 10 Mar |  0 Comments | Category: GP+ Magazine

    Five hours and 30 minutes after the race

    The Abu Dhabi Grand Prix brought to a close the long Formula 1 season, which has been running since mid-March. Lewis Hamilton won his 11th race of the year, the 73rd of his career, with a strategy that appeared to some an error. He switched from the ultrasofts, on which he had started, ... [Continue reading]

    Posted 25 Nov |  0 Comments | Category: GP+ Magazine

    Five hours and 15 minutes after the race

    The Brazilian Grand Prix was a dramatic race that resulted in Mercedes clinching the Constructors' World Championship. It was packed with excitement and drama as Max Verstappen seemed to have the race under control when he found himself under attack from his old Formula 3 rival Esteban Ocon, who was a ... [Continue reading]

    Posted 12 Nov |  0 Comments | Category: GP+ Magazine