Here’s a selection of high-resolution photographs from the British Grand Prix at Silverstone. Click once to preview, click again for his-res version.
Lewis Hamilton wins his home race, Heikki Kovalainen scores his first pole position – and Kimi Raikkonen is one race away from matching a 55 year-old record. Here are the facts at stats from the British Grand Prix.
Lewis Hamilton won a thrilling British Grand Prix at Silverstone as McLaren capitalised on a strategic blunder by Ferrari. McLaren called the changing conditions perfectly while Ferrari got their strategy badly wrong for Kimi Raikkonen, leaving him to battle his way up to fourth. Hamilton’s win sets up a three-way tie at the top of … Continue reading Lewis Hamilton scores home win as Ferrari flounder
Here are the standings after the British Grand Prix. Lewis Hamilton, Kimi Raikkonen and Felipe Massa are in a three-way tie for the lead of the drivers’ championship on 48 points, with Robert Kubica just two more behind. Meanwhile Toyota move up to fourth in the constructors’ championship, ahead of Red Bull.
Join in the British Grand Prix final practice live blog below. There has been rain at Silverstone ahead of th race and the track was still wet an hour before the start. Here are some links to where you can find live F1 video (if you’ve found any new places to watch F1 live online, … Continue reading British Grand Prix live blog
Here are a selection of photographs I took at Priory bend on Friday at Silverstone.
Qualifying for the British Grand Prix has thrown up a surprising grid and much speculation about what each of the teams are doing. With rain threatening for tomorrow some teams may be running with set-ups geared towards wet weather. What will happen in tomorrow’s race? Here are my thoughts on the grid.
McLaren found themselves staring at an open goal in qualifying at Silverstone but it was Heikki Kovalainen who took pole position as Lewis Hamilton slumped to fourth after a mistake. Joining Kovalainen on the front row is not a Ferrari but a Red Bull – Mark Webber driving an excellent lap to take second. Kimi … Continue reading 2008 British Grand Prix qualifying: First pole for Kovalainen as Hamilton stumbles
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Who’s going to win the British Grand Prix at Silverstone? Read my podium predictions and make your own below…
This is the last part of Journeyer’s guide to the history of the British Grand Prix. Here’s part one and part two. 1994: After Nigel Mansell retired from F1 for the first time (or the second, depending how you look at it), it was Damon Hill who became the British F1 hero. Although not as … Continue reading Video: British GP history 1993-2008
Behind the top three of Ferrari, McLaren and BMW the battle among the midfield teams is just as excitingly close. Not least because it’s two factory teams versus their two customers: 4. Red Bull-Renault 24 5. Toyota 23 6. Williams-Toyota 15 7. Renault 12 Toyota made a major step forward in France, scoring their first … Continue reading 2008 British Grand Prix preview: Toyota vs Red Bull vs Renault vs Williams
Toyota drivers Jarno Trulli and Timo Glock talk about the Silverstone circuit in this video previewing the British Grand Prix.
Thanks to everyone who entered the competition to win a Kangaroo TV for the British Grand Prix weekend. Are you a winner? Find out below…
A home victory would be the perfect way for Lewis Hamilton to respond to criticism of his driving after two consecutive no-scores in Canada and France. Do McLaren have the car – and does Hamilton have the nerve – for him to win the British Grand Prix at a sold-out Silverstone? He will be hoping … Continue reading 2008 British Grand Prix preview: Can Lewis Hamilton win at Silverstone?
Heading to the British Grand Prix this weekend? Is it your first time at Silverstone for F1? Here are some tips and advice from F1 Fanatic readers who’ve been to the British GP before.
The British Grand Prix is expected to have a three-day attendance of 240,000 this year as every ticket available has been sold. The first of three days of pre-race testing began today with the entire, albeit limited, allocation of tickets also selling out. However tickets for the Grand Prix are available on the internet and … Continue reading British Grand Prix and F1 test sold out