I was privileged to attend Silverstone last week for the UK National Finals of the GT Academy. This is an annual competition run in collaboration with Sony PlayStation and Nissan to source pure motor racing talent for those that have not had the opportunity to go through the more traditional channels of grass-roots racing.
Sebastian Vettel led a Red Bull one-two in first practice ahead of this weekend's Hungarian Grand Prix as rivals Mercedes
I write this from the famous Northamptonshire circuit of Silverstone. Geographically speaking though, I'm actually in Buckinghamshire, as the vast circuit straddles two counties. It's June, but the rain is pouring down. Outside, a cluster of umbrellas and rain-sodden macs bobs eagerly around at the paddock perimeter to catch a glimpse of one of 22 heroes who haven't even arrived yet. It's mad but somehow it makes perfect sense, and it feels like coming home. It can only be the annual occupation of the British Grand Prix.
Mark Webber is to quit Formula One at the end of the season to race sports cars for German manufacturer Porsche. The 36-year
Mark Webber would be a welcome addition to the World Endurance Championship if he chose to jump ship from Formula One, according
Christian Horner refuted implications that there could be a conspiracy at Red Bull as Mark Webber suffered a disastrous weekend in China. The Australian was the center of controversy after the Malaysian Grand Prix where his teammate, Sebastian Vettel, disobeyed team orders and took the win from Webber's pre-race plans.
Rumour is rife in Formula 1 and the sport would be much the poorer without it but the latest speculation surrounding Red
Sebastian Vettel has made it clear he will never apologise for winning a controversial Malaysian Grand Prix just over two
Red Bull driver Marc Webber cut up teammate Sebastian Vettel in a dangerous manoeuvre after the German had crossed the finishing
Mark Webber will use the next two weeks to take stock of his Formula One career as the rift with Red Bull team-mate Sebastian