Michael Andretti Seen In Montreal For F1 Race Weekend, Why That Mixed With Alonso’s Recent Comments Amplify Writing On The Wall

FORT WORTH, TX – Lets rewind the scene to April 2017. Michael Andretti, McLaren and Fernando Alonso announced that they have teamed up to provide a joint entry into the 101st Running of the Indianapolis 500. McLaren knew Alonso, a world champion Formula One driver, was growing irritated with subpar equipment. He was beyond disappointed with what Honda was supplying his team. Heading into that announcement, he had two DNF’s in three races for the season and a best finish of fifth since he returned to the team in 2015. With…

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Ferrari Duo Looking To Get Back On Track This Weekend In Montreal

The 2018 Formula One season started off as good as they could have expected for the Ferrari bunch. Sebastian Vettel won the first two race of the year in Australia and Bahrain. His teammate Kimi Raikkonen was just as stout in earning three podium finishes in the first four races. They also locked out the front row of qualifying for two of the first three races as well. But, in the races since, well they’ve been just pedestrian. Since his two wins, Vettel has had just one podium finish in…

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Ricciardo Wins Monaco Grand Prix In Dominating Fashion

Nearing the midway mark of Sunday’s Monaco Grand Prix, Daniel Ricciardo thought his No. 3 Red Bull Racing entry was losing power. It ended up being a false alarm. The Aussie would easily cruise to his seventh career Formula One victory on Sunday en route to a historic win in Monte Carlo. Ricciardo, led every practice session, started on the pole and led all 78 laps in a dominating race weekend. The last driver to do that was Lewis Hamilton in the United States Grand Prix last year. The win…

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Ricciardo Driver To Beat In Monaco Grand Prix, Earns Pole For Sunday’s Race, But Hamilton Has Trends On His Side

Its been a perfect weekend thus far for Red Bull’s Daniel Ricciardo. He was fastest in both practice sessions on Thursday then followed that up with being P1 in Saturday’s third Formula One practice session on the Monte Carlo street circuit. In qualifying, he couldn’t be touched, as Ricciardo broke the track record en route to his second career pole award. Ironically enough, both of his F1 poles have come in Monaco. Ricciardo, circled the famous street course with a time of 1:10.810-seconds. The only thing going against Ricciardo this…

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5 Favorites For Sunday’s Monaco Grand Prix

This is bar none the best motorsports weekend of the year. It all starts on Sunday morning with the prestigious Monaco Grand Prix. It’s a race every driver wants to win. So, who are the ones to watch for the victory this weekend? Here are the top five. Sebastian Vettel Its been a rough couple of races for the Ferrari driver. Not only did he lose the points lead, but Lewis Hamilton blew by him. Most though, think Vettel can make up some ground this weekend. Vettel, is the defending…

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Hamilton Makes Statement For 2018 Championship With Spain Win

Formula One had parity to start the 2018 season. Or so we thought. Through the first four races of the year, we saw three different winners from three different teams. But, as we leave Sunday’s Emirates Spanish Grand Prix, the amount of winning and amount of teams remain the same. The only different is we’re one race further into the season. Plus, at this point, it appears that Lewis Hamilton and Mercedes are finally starting to hit their stride. Hamilton, went six races between wins, when he finally took the…

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5 Favorites For Sunday’s Emirates Grand Prix of Spain (9 a.m. ET/ESPN 2)

After a week off, the Formula One stars get back going this weekend in Spain. Sunday’s Emirates Grand Prix of Spain (9 a.m. ET/ESPN 2) will mark the fifth race of the 2018 season. So far, we’ve seen three winners in the first four races, all consecutively too. Will we see a fourth straight different winner on Sunday? Here are five favorites. 

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Alonso Eyeing Win In Sunday’s Emirates Spanish Grand Prix

When heading into last year’s Spanish Grand Prix, Fernando Alonso was looking more forward to a race overseas than the task at hand. See, Alonso was marred had a DNF in three of the first four races, the one directly presiding his home race in Catalunya he didn’t even get to start because of a mechanical failure. At this point of his career, his stats were going backwards and that was directly because of the reliability issues with his team. So, in order to get him competitive again and to…

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