Monaco 2013 - Free Practice 2 results
It's Mercedes on top again as Rosberg leads the way
Grosjean wasn't quite as lucky as Sutil in the second session, as he crashed his Lotus into the barriers at Sainte Devote, causing a red flag. The stewards took the opportunity to patch up a kerb at the same time. Alonso narrowly missed hitting the barriers after avoiding a Sauber at the pit entry, but the Spaniard still found himself third fastest.
Monaco 2013 - Free Practice 1 results
Nico Rosberg makes a speedy start in Monte Carlo
The first Free Practice session often gets off to a slow start, and Monaco was no different, despite the need to clean up the track. Esteban Gutiérrez headed out first, and gradually others joined him to help the rubbering in effort.
Monaco 2013 - Race information
Everything you need to know about the Monaco Grand Prix
Love or hate the Monte Carlo race, it certainly is one of the main events on the F1 calendar. As soon as the photos start pouring in of the sunny skies and blue seas surrounding the harbour, we know we're in for a special weekend. The track holds its own unique challenges, but the drivers are more than up for the fight - all wanting to take the honour of winning the Monaco Grand Prix.
I dropped it, man - Christine's Rankings, Week 14
Drivers get arty, a bit competitive and visit their sporting friends
This week, drivers are biding their time before they make their way to Monaco. There are usually a few fun events to keep an eye on in the principality, but until then, it's all about training, artwork, and watching the Eurovision Song Contest. This week we also have points for some teammate competition, a little bit too much time in the pool, and, yes, that dog again.
Feet Up Friday - Regression is not the way forward
Honda's F1 return, Pirelli's tyre battle, and another way F1 can be road relevant
Feet Up Friday is back for a roundup of all the recent F1 news, with a few opinions thrown in for good measure. This week's discussion of course mention tyres, but also feature returning manufacturers, the action from Barcelona, and the best Formula One anecdote ever.
On Track with Chris - A karting triathlon
Racing on rental, oval and sprint tracks at Kart-a-Palooza
Once again, Kart-a-Palooza at Nola Motorsports Park! It had been a while since I was on-track: about 4 months since a true race so I was a little bit nervous when I arrived. The crowd was significantly smaller than last time but I definitely recognized some faces. They’ve changed up the format since the last time I posted – this time two races on each track with a random grid order and inverse grid, and no practice.
Our friends' electric
Formula E announce partnership with Renault and Tag Heuer
Organisers behind the FIA Formula E Championship announced two major partnerships today along with revealing 3D concept images of their proposed 2014 challenger. The news sees two more well known motor sport brands sign up to the series, with TAG Heuer and Renault both being named as founding partners.
The Glock is ticking
DTM goes all F1 with DRS and option tyres
The German Touring Car Masters (DTM) series heads to the Brands Hatch circuit this weekend where teams and drivers will compete the second round of this year's championship. Notably the driver lineup features a number of names familiar to F1 fans, including Toyota and Marussia legend Timo Glock, plus perennial McLaren test driver Gary Paffett.