Wednesday , 17 October 2018

Craig Woollard

Craig Woollard is an avid motor racing fan and freelance journalist and writer. A mathematics graduate from the University of Essex in 2013, Woollard has ambitions to work within motor racing. He is a member of Autosport's academy programme. In his spare time, he listens to music, sim races, wears hats and drinks cranberry juice.

Five reasons why Felix Rosenqvist will be awesome in IndyCar

A heavily-anticipated move in IndyCar’s ‘Silly Season’ has finally been announced, and it is a very exciting one. Felix Rosenqvist will join reigning champion Scott Dixon at Chip Ganassi Racing for 2019. Super-rookie Robert Wickens was a very exciting addition to the grid for 2018, and Rosenqvist comes with a similarly-juicy reputation from his European racing. Rosenqvist already has a …

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Top Five: IndyCar drivers of 2018

The 2018 IndyCar season is nearing its completion. This thrilling year will conclude at Sonoma this weekend, and one of four men will be crowned series champion. All four contenders have had very strong campaigns – so spoiler alert – all four appear on this list. But what of the remainder of the field? Picking the fifth name for this …

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The victorious and tragic rise to the top for Ferrari’s newest star

Ever since 2015, the question has been raised – what Ferrari’s answer to Red Bull’s rapid ascension of Max Verstappen in Formula 1 is. Verstappen leaped from Toro Rosso to one of the coveted seats within motorsports within a year and a bit. Ferrari’s answer? Verstappen’s great karting rival, and possibly the most exciting raw talent for the Scuderia since …

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F1 2018 mid-season team-mate statistical comparisons and analysis – Part II

Haas F1 Media

With 10 of the 21 races down, arguably more questions have been raised than answers over which direction both Formula 1 championships are swinging. Mercedes, Ferrari and Red Bull all have potentially title-winning cars. Behind, Haas and Renault have taken the march at the front of the midfield, ahead of McLaren and Force India. Sauber is arguably punching above its …

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F1 2018 mid-season team-mate statistical comparisons and analysis – part I

McLaren Media Centre

With 10 of the 21 races down, arguably more questions have been raised than answers over which direction both Formula 1 championships are swinging. Mercedes, Ferrari and Red Bull all have potentially title-winning cars. Behind, Haas and Renault have taken the march at the front of the midfield, ahead of McLaren and Force India. Sauber is arguably punching above its …

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Alonso should make IndyCar switch for 2019, but will not have it easy

Monaco – check. Le Mans – check. Indianapolis 500 – unchecked. Fernando Alonso’s quest to become only the second person after Graham Hill to clinch motorsport’s elusive triple crown is two-thirds completed. His best bet to achieve this goal is to head to the IndyCar series full-time, and it is there that he will have his best shot at achieving …

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After eight seasons, Formula 1’s racing ‘band-aid’ isn’t working

The 2018 Canadian Grand Prix was hardly a classic, was it? Despite the incorporation of a third DRS zone to try and help the racing, the Circuit Gilles Villeneuve – a circuit which usually produces a thrilling Formula 1 grand prix, racing was pretty much non-existent for much of the event. Let’s put Monaco aside for a second. It is …

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2018 Indianapolis 500 preview: the race

It’s wide open. Race day is not yet here and still shocks have already occurred. James Hinchcliffe – the 2016 polesitter a year after his life-threatening accident – will not take the green flag as one of the 33 starters of the Indianapolis 500 after being the shock bumpee on the first day of qualifying. And there goes one name …

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Danica Patrick – an Indycar great

On Sunday, Danica Patrick will take to the Indianapolis motor speedway for one last time – in her final motor race. It seems fitting that 13 years after she made her name at the speedway by leading with a handful of laps to go, Patrick will drive the standout green colours associated with much of her later career for one …

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Why the 2018 Indianapolis 500 may be one of the most competitive yet

The 2018 Indianapolis 500 will be the 102nd running of the great race. Throughout its history, there have been occasions where the majority of the contenders have been simply obliterated by the opposition. In recent years, Andretti Autosport has been the team to beat after taking wins in 2014, ’16 and last year. The 2018 edition, however, could well be …

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