One quick look at the Formula 1 Drivers standings at present would give you the impression that the sport has been a no-holds barred thrill ride during the 2016 season. While the ongoing feud between the Mercedes’ of Lewis Hamilton and Nico Rosberg doesn’t look to be letting up, with the former leading the latter … More Is Max Verstappen the man to shake up Formula 1?
Wow what a weekend of sport! The summer is here, football has (almost) disappeared, and the ‘minority’ sports are taking to the stage, to show Great Britain, that there’s more to the sporting world than just football. It begins with the highlight of the tennis season, at least in this country, the grass court season … More Sports Round-Up: Wimbledon, Tour de France, British GP, Lions, Confeds Cup Final!
Seven races down the line, and what state is the Formula One 2013 season in? Not too bad is the answer. The Red Bull and Sebastian Vettel dream team hasn’t been as dominant as the last few years have seen, yet he still has a sizeable lead in the Drivers Championship, Mercedes have been nailing … More F1: Season 2013 Re-Cap
Bruce Willis’ 5th outing as legendary cop, John McClane may be taking a battering from critics and die-hard (geddit?!) fans alike, but it’s an over the top, rollercoaster of an action film, that maybe doesn’t hark back to the original film in the franchise, but is certainly serviceable. ‘A Good Day to Die Hard’, sees … More Film Review: A Good Day to Die Hard (2013)
Tonight, one of the greatest fortnights in Spanish sport could begin. The national football team plays their vital quarter-final against the French tonight, hoping to end Euro 2012 with their 3rd successive international tournament triumph, Fernando Alonso goes for the win in the second F1 Grand Prix of the season to take place in his … More Play up Spain!
Films about motorsport are neither common nor popular, with it not really being appreciated as a sub-genre of sport. Infact, sports movies themselves don’t really get a look-in with only one a year at most capturing the praise that comes with a brilliant piece of film. 2011’s top sports film, top documentary and overall top … More Film Review: Senna
Sebastian Vettel has become the youngest double champion in F1 history. He joins a select band of champions to take their crown at Suzuka, ranking alongside the likes of Senna, Prost and Hill. He’s a modern-day great. His 3rd place finish in Japan, was ironic in a sense, only the 6th time he’s finished off the … More F1 Race Report: Button wins, as Vettel claims 2nd World Title