Mark Hughes

Shocking new rumour hints at why Ferrari are so far behind

Having made so much progress last season, Ferrari have taken a substantial step backwards so far in 2023, with the Italians currently finding themselves 187 points behind Red Bull. Ferrari’s deficit to Red Bull after just seven races is unbelievable, given that it means the Austrians have scored on average 26.7 points more than Ferrari


Fred Vasseur sent stark warning before joining Ferrari

2022 was an incredibly frustrating year for Ferrari, with the side having often had the best package at their disposal during the campaign, only to be outdone by their own errors. The Scuderia were presumably in shock after Charles Leclerc won two of the opening three races this year, with many suddenly labelling the Monegasque


‘No inevitability about a win’ for Lewis Hamilton or George Russell

Mercedes have just six races remaining to claim a much-needed victory, or risk seeing their incredible winning streak dated back to 2012 come to a disappointing end. It’s been a disastrous year for the Silver Arrows, who are set to lose the Constructors’ crown, which they’ve defended for eight consecutive years. Red Bull boast a

Max Verstappen and George Russell at Mercedes in 2022 -

Lewis Hamilton’s New Mercedes Deal Is ‘Worrying News’ For Red Bull

Sir Lewis Hamilton’s new deal with the Mercedes F1 Team is “worrying news” for Red Bull, according to renowned British motorsport journalist Mark Hughes. While news of Hamilton finally signing a contract extension with the Silver Arrows was hardly a surprise, the fact that it only covers the 2021 season did raise some eyebrows. READ: