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Is the 2018 F1 season shaping up to be a classic?

'F1 is broken' proclaimed a handful of fans after a somewhat dull Australian Grand Prix. Fast forward another two races and Formula One has not looked this good in quite some time. We have six cars able to fight for victories, we have an incredibly close midfield pack and we have so many storylines that it's difficult to know where to look.

Weekend debate: Does Max Verstappen need to calm down?

The Scrutineering Bay returns to look into whether F1's wunderkid Max Verstappen needs to kerb his driving style, or keep being the showman we all know and love.
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Video – Daniel Ricciardo on race strategy, Baku and the art...

Fresh from his win in Shanghai, Red Bull’s latest race winner Daniel Ricciardo now has his sights set on a second consecutive victory in Azerbaijan, whose Baku City Circuit is now the fastest street track on the F1 series calendar.

Formula E and Billy Monger join forces for charity at electric...

A host of current Formula E stars and Billy Monger will take part in a charity electric karting race organised by Jean-Eric Vergne to raise awareness and funds for disabled aspiring racing drivers.

The Badgerometer: China 2018 Edition

The Chinese Grand Prix gave us a new winner for 2018 and a popular one at that. Chris Fawcett looks at the high lights from a dramatic round 3 of the 2018 Championship

The TOP DOG for China is…

After the head-scratcher of Bahrain, Badger has had no such trouble choosing this week’s prize Pekingese. Ably assisted by some brilliant strategy calls, not to mention super impressive, double stacking pit stops, our latest Top Dog victor delivered a fire cracking performance that was definitely more sweet than sour.

Chinese Grand Prix: Ricciardo races to glory after strategic gamble

Red Bull’s Daniel Ricciardo snatched victory in a thrilling Chinese Grand Prix while early race leader and pole-sitter Sebastian Vettel tangled with Max Verstappen and finished eighth.

Chinese Grand Prix: Vettel denies Raikkonen pole position glory

Sebastian Vettel clinched his fourth career pole in China after pipping Kimi Raikkonen by less than a tenth of a second at the Shanghai International Circuit.

Is it time to make pitstops even safer?

With incidents in both the Australian and Bahrain Grand Prix so far in 2018, Craig Norman asks the question of whether it's time to rethink the pitstop in Formula One.

Six reasons to watch the 2018 Chinese Grand Prix

After a scintillating Bahrain Grand Prix, we're lucky to be treated to the first back-to-back races of the season as the F1 circus rolls into Shanghai for the third round of the season – the 2018 Chinese Grand Prix. Here are your reasons to watch all of the action this weekend!

The Badgerometer: Bahrain 2018 Edition

The Bahrain Grand Prix has been and gone. As always, it created a few talking points for us to dive in to. Chris Fawcett has been looking at some of the more obscure things that this year’s barnstormer may be remembered for.

The Top Dog for Bahrain is…

After the barnstormer in Bahrain, Emma Thomson picks her driver of the day - ie, Badger's Top Dog!

Bahrain Grand Prix: Vettel fends off Bottas to take victory

Sebastian Vettel beat Valtteri Bottas in a nail-biting finish to the Bahrain Grand Prix, a race that saw Lewis Hamilton recover to third and a double DNF for Red Bull.

Bahrain Grand Prix: Vettel beats Raikkonen in Ferrari front row lockout

Sebastian Vettel claimed pole position for the Bahrain Grand Prix after pipping Ferrari Formula 1 team-mate Kimi Raikkonen by 0.143s.An error from Vettel put team-mate Kimi Raikkonen on provisional pole, but the German responded well with his final attacking lap to secure his 51st career pole and first since Mexico last season.

Jim Clark remembered, fifty years on

It's been five decades since the legendary Jim Clark lost his life in the woods at Hockenheim. Craig Norman looks back at the career of a British sporting great.
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VIDEO – Daniel Ricciardo Previews 2018 Bahrain and Chinese Grands Prix

After the 2018 season opener at Melbourne's Albert Park, Bahrain and Shanghai mark the first 'back-to-back' races on the 2018 F1 calendar.

Six reasons to watch the 2018 Bahrain Grand Prix

Formula One returns for the second round of the season in the Sakhir desert in Bahrain, and there are plenty of unanswered questions after the Australian Grand Prix. From rookies, Finns and an American team looking to prove themselves, to the battle at the front between Mercedes and Ferrari - here are your reasons to watch all the F1 action this weekend!

Why overtaking isn’t everything in Australia

The 2018 F1 season is now underway, but the race at Albert Park has been criticised for the lack of overtaking with many calling it a 'snorefest'. Our very own #BadgerDownUnder Fern Lock travelled to Melbourne for the race and explains why there is so much more to this important season opener than the race itself.

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