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Belgian Grand Prix 2018 Strategy Report

29 Aug 2018

Race 13 – 44 Laps – 7.004km per lap – 308.052km race distance – medium tyre wear

Belgian GP F1 Strategy Report Podcast – our host Michael Lamonato is joined by Sean Kelly – the Virtual Statman

VETTEL POWERS TO IMPORTANT BELGIAN GRAND PRIX VICTORY

Sebastian Vettel recorded a crucial win at the Circuit de Spa-Francorchamps, breaking Mercedes’s stranglehold on the Belgian race and trimming his championship deficit to Lewis Hamilton down to 17 points. View post

Hungarian Grand Prix 2018 Strategy Report

31 Jul 2018

Race 12 – 70 Laps – 4.381km per lap – 306.630km race distance – medium tyre wear

Hungarian GP F1 Strategy Report Podcast – our host Michael Lamonato is joined by Phill Tromans from the “For F1’s Sake” Podcast

HOW TEAMWORK DECIDED THE HUNGARIAN GRAND PRIX

After scrappy races in Austria and Britain, Mercedes maximised its points haul in unlikely circumstances in Germany and now Hungary, where Lewis Hamilton beat Sebastian Vettel to victory despite racing the slower car of the two. View post

German Grand Prix 2018 Strategy Report

24 Jul 2018

Race 11 – 67 Laps – 4.574km per lap – 306.458km race distance – medium tyre wear

German GP F1 Strategy Report Podcast – our host Michael Lamonato is joined by Lawrence Barretto, Formula1.com Senior Writer

HAMILTON HOLDS HIS NERVE TO WIN FROM 14TH ON THE GRID

The 2018 German Grand Prix was decided by wet weather, but ironically it was those who stuck with slick tyres that proved the biggest winners, including Lewis Hamilton, who stormed from 14th on the grid to lead a Mercedes one-two ahead of Valtteri Bottas after 67 laps. View post

British Grand Prix 2018

11 Jul 2018

Race 10 – 54 Laps – 5.891km per lap – 306.198km race distance – medium tyre wear

British GP F1 Strategy Report Podcast – our host Michael Lamonato is joined by Zach Priest from  the Superlicense F1 Podcast.

VETTEL WINS IN HAMILTON’S HOUSE

Sebastian Vettel won his first British Grand Prix in nine years and Ferrari’s first in seven to break British hearts after pole-sitter Lewis Hamilton floundered off the line to squander his good Saturday work. View post