Lance Stroll

16 Jun 19
Rhonan's Ragged Edge

For McLaren, 2019 is not turning out like 2018 and so far this is a huge sigh of relief amongst the team, pundits and fans. A superb 6th place by Carlos Sainz Jr in Monaco put the pain of Indianapolis 500 behind them and rightly so, the quiet McLaren resurgence, is slowly but surely, continuing. […]

16 Jun 19
Rhonan's Ragged Edge

Here are just a few stories from the Canadian GP including a much-needed result for Renault and points on home-turf for Lance Stroll. 12/06/19 Much-needed result for Renault Finally, it came good for the French team. Not only did the team get both cars in the top 10 in the race but Daniel Ricciardo’s 4th […]

15 Jun 19
Sports Blog By Lauren

It was a disappointing day for Ferrari fans after Sebastian Vettel had a fantastic qualifying session and a great race however he had to give his win up to Lewis Hamilton after the FIA awarded him a 5 second time penalty for an unsafe re entry and forcing another driver off the track! Ferrari had […]

15 Jun 19
Jomcracer

Canadian GP Start 1. The Stewards’ controversial decision The biggest talking point of the race was of course the penalty that Vettel received. Just in case you didn’t know about the incident, Vettel made a mistake at Turn 3, went on the grass and rejoined the track in on the racing line. Hamilton had to […]

14 Jun 19
Sport Archives

Ferrari has officially confirmed that the desired appeal procedure in the case of the penalty against Sebastian Vettel at the GP Canada now but not want to initiate. But the matter is not quite off the table. DThe five-second penalty for a dangerous return to the track, which Sebastian Vettel has collected in Montreal, heated […]

13 Jun 19
Formule 1 blog

The start. start in the top 10: 1. Sebastian Vettel 2. Lewis Hamilton 3. Charles Leclerc 4. Daniel Riccardo 5. Pierre Gasly 6. Valtteri Bottas 7. Nico Hülkenberg 8. Lando Norris 9. Max Verstappen 10. Daniil Kvyat all crashes of the race In the first corner he was cornered. Romain Grosjean was also concerned that […]

13 Jun 19
RACER

Pierre Gasly is hoping for a stronger result in the French Grand Prix after struggling to eighth place due to a combination of strategy and car concerns in Canada. The Frenchman has endured a challenging start to life at Red Bull so far this season, with a best result of fifth coming at the Monaco […]

13 Jun 19
richardsamuel888

Phew, what a Canadian Grand Prix that was! Fantastic action on the track and plenty of intrigue off it – what more could you want? But who on the grid impressed our judges the most at the Ile Notre-Dame? And which driver has finally, finally made an appearance in the Power Rankings this year? Read on to […]

12 Jun 19
Canadian Racers News

A FRIDAY THAT LOOKED PROMISING; A SATURDAY TO FORGET; A RACE DAY THAT MAKES UP FOR ALL Montreal being a home Grand Prix for both, the team and himself, Stroll no doubt wanted to do well in front of the home crowd. After ending FP1 in 17th, Lance ended FP2 in a very promising 10th […]

12 Jun 19
Bats, Balls and, Braking Zones

I thought it was an entertaining Grand Prix which had a little bit of everything. Read my full review at: https://batsballsandbrakingzones.wordpress.com/2019/06/10/review-of-canadian-gp/ Mercedes   8/10 Lewis Hamilton   9/10 Valtteri Bottas 6/10 As in Monaco, it wasn’t an ideal weekend for Mercedes but at the end of the day they had a driver standing on the top step […]

12 Jun 19
Archy Worldys

Sebastian Vettel will mull over his Sunday day for a few days. The German Formula 1 driver was second at the Canadian Grand Prix, behind the Briton Lewis Hamilton, after receiving a 5-second penalty. The four-time world champion expressed his dissatisfaction and disagreement with the judges' decision by moving the sign marking the location of […]

12 Jun 19
Sport Archives

After each Grand Prix, Nextgen-Auto.com offers you to find the "tops" and "flops" identified by the editor. Who deserves to be praised? Who, on the contrary, should be criticized? Finally, what are the question marks or ambiguities, which should be followed with interest during the next Grands Prix? Discover it below! Tops. Top # 1: […]

12 Jun 19
Me, Myself, & Mysteries

The Big Easy brought out the fun for CrimeCon 2019! New Orleans was the main destination where all the true crime fanatics headed to see our favorite podcasters, speakers, and more. This was my first experience truly traveling to the heart of the South. People might consider my home state Florida as the “south” but […]

12 Jun 19
Sport Archives

Mercedes & # 39; Lewis Hamilton won the Canadian Grand Prix of 2019 after Ferrari Sebastian Vettel received a 5-second penalty. Vettel, who crossed the line first, came in second and Charles Leclerc (Ferrari) came in third. Vettel started from pole position with Hamilton next to him. The Ferrari managed to keep the Mercedes behind […]

11 Jun 19
F1 and Coffee

Mercedes boss Toto Wolff says his team’s victorious weekend in Montreal was achieved against a backdrop of multiple worries for the manufacturer. Mercedes’ concerns started in Saturday morning’s free practice session, when Lance Stroll’s batnd new engine went up in flames, generating fears that the cause of the failure could spread to all of the…