Articles by: Anthony French
As a passionate motorsport fan, I blog on the subject while not compiling other articles on subjects from the European Union to manned spaceflight. I spend working hours running and promoting my fledgling copywriting business, and enjoy cooking, reading and competing in amateur motorsport in the rest of my spare time amongst other hobbies.

Vettel conquers Germany – F1 German GP

July 10, 2013 6:15 pm0 comments
Vettel conquers Germany – F1 German GP

Sebastian Vettel put to bed two ‘curses’ in his career on Sunday with a finely-judged victory in the German Grand Prix at the Nurburgring. The reigning World Champion had yet to win his home race as he accelerated away from the grid and into an early lead, swamping the slow-starting […]

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Rosberg wins F1 Silverstone stunner

July 2, 2013 2:26 pm0 comments
Rosberg wins F1 Silverstone stunner

In many ways, Silverstone and this year’s British Grand Prix will be remembered as a microcosm of the  2013 Formula One season; whether it’s for Nico Rosberg’s edgy victory, Mark Webber’s struggle against the odds, Fernando Alonso’s podium from the midfield or McLaren’s stunning tactical incompetence. The race was marred […]

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Vettel wins tragedy-hit Canadian Grand Prix

June 10, 2013 1:09 pm0 comments
Vettel wins tragedy-hit Canadian Grand Prix

World Champion Sebastian Vettel drove a textbook race in Montreal yesterday afternoon to add the Canadian Grand Prix to his burgeoning CV. The North American event has eluded the German, with his 2011 defeat in the rain at the hands of McLaren’s Jenson Button all too raw in the memory. […]

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Monaco Grand Prix – Rosberg All The Way

May 27, 2013 2:02 pm0 comments
Monaco Grand Prix – Rosberg All The Way

Mercedes’ Nico Rosberg wrapped up a triumphant weekend on Sunday afternoon by taking an overwhelming victory in the Monaco Grand Prix. The German topped every session of the event and made use of his local knowledge (having grown up and lived in the principality most of his life) to take […]

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Matador slays the bull – Alonso wins Spanish GP

May 17, 2013 2:20 pm0 comments
Matador slays the bull – Alonso wins Spanish GP

Already a living legend in sporting circles, Fernando Alonso took another step into history books this afternoon, with his 33rd career victory in front of a fanatical and adoring home crowd. Over 120,000 people packed into the Circuit De Catalunya to watch their hero do battle with Kimi Raikkonen and […]

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F1’s Desert Storm – 2013 Bahrain GP Preview

April 25, 2013 12:03 pm0 comments
F1’s Desert Storm – 2013 Bahrain GP Preview

It was bound to stir up controversy, and it’s no surprise the 2013 Bahrain Grand Prix will take place amidst the same furore and atmosphere of menace it endured twelve months ago. Putting the political situation aside, the racing promises just as much drama, suspense and frustration. With three different […]

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Chinese F1 Grand Prix Preview – Why Mercedes can win

April 15, 2013 2:05 pm0 comments
Chinese F1 Grand Prix Preview – Why Mercedes can win

12 months ago, Formula One welcomed Mercedes, ‘The Silver Arrows’, back to the top step of the F1 Grand Prix podium as Nico Rosberg secured the first victory for the historic marque in over half a century. As F1 2013 rolls into Shanghai for the tenth year in a row, […]

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F1 Malaysian GP And The Descent Into Controversy

March 25, 2013 6:12 pm0 comments
F1 Malaysian GP And The Descent Into Controversy

Sebastian Vettel took the laurels yesterday in an action-packed, F1 Malaysian GP that descended into controversy, during a fraught final 15 laps. The race began in damp conditions after a light shower hit the circuit 90 minutes before the start and, as expected, Vettel duly led the way from pole. […]

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