2021 Saudi Arabian GP

Toto Wolff opens up on ‘terminated’ incident in Saudi Arabia

Mercedes team principal Toto Wolff has revealed that he’s only ever actually “terminated” one pair of headphones, which he was wearing during the 2021 Saudi Arabian Grand Prix. In recent years, fans have become accustomed to seeing the Austrian throwing his headphones on the desk, most notably during Lewis Hamilton’s titanic 2021 title battle with


When Verstappen clashed with Raikkonen and Ricciardo

Max Verstappen has been no stranger to controversy throughout his thus far young career and, after facing an abundance of criticism for several incidents in 2021, we take a look back at his spiky encounter with then-team-mate Daniel Ricciardo in 2017. The Australian had been out-qualified by Verstappen on the Saturday, but after a quick

Lando Norris in 2021 with McLaren F1 Team.v1

‘Crap rule’: Norris suggests changes to red flag procedure

Lando Norris has criticised the rule allowing drivers a free tyre change during red flags after he was hindered by thus during the 2021 Saudi Arabian Grand Prix. The Briton was unhappy after drivers in front of him were given track position and fresh tyres as a result of a red flag during the penultimate

Jeddah Street Circuit

WATCH: Onboard Simulation Of Saudi Arabia’s Ultra-Fast Street Circuit

Formula One has released additional information about the street circuit that will host the inaugural Saudi Arabian Grand Prix this year. READ: Perez Responds To Former Team’s ‘Extreme Driving Style’ Comment The Jeddah Street Circuit, which has been designed in collaboration with German engineer Hermann Tilke, will have 27 corners and will be the fastest

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Saudi Arabian GP Won’t Be A Street Race After 2023

The inaugural Saudi Arabian Grand Prix is set to take place in early December of this year around the streets of Jeddah. However, in a recent interview, Prince Khalid bin Sultan Al-Abdullah Al-Faisal confirmed that the grand prix will only temporarily take place on a Jeddah street circuit. READ: F1 Fans Could Be Allowed To


Formula One Ratifies 23-Race Calendar For 2021 Season

Formula One has ratified its record-breaking 23-race calendar for the 2021 season, though some grand prix are still pending confirmation. If things go according to plan, the 2021 F1 season will get underway in Melbourne on 21 March, before ending in Abu Dhabi in early December. READ: Cognizant Negotiating Title Sponsorship Deal With Aston Martin