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It took 10 years, but Formula One is firmly back in France.It was a race dominated by the first-lap action, but there was more to take away from it than just chunks of broken carbon-fibre, as Chris Fawcett gives you his top-five talking points.
...back on top of the pile.
Daniel Ricciardo's ongoing contract saga has taken a new twist, as German media outlet Sports Bild is reporting that McLaren is looking to gazump leading contenders Mercedes and Ferrari to the Australian's signature for 2019.
It's a welcome return to the French Grand Prix as the first of three consecutive race weekends takes place at the Circuit Paul Ricard on Sunday. Here are your reasons to watch all of the action this weekend!
At the recent OrangeBus event, Badger caught with Sahara Force India COO, Otmar Szafnauer, and took the opportunity to chat about his career, how he caught the motorsport bug, his role with Force India and their efforts to engage with fans.
If you'd fallen into a deep sleep after the end of the 1990 French Grand Prix and just woken up now, you'd be waking to find a very different world since Formula One's last visit to the Paul Ricard track.Nicky Haldenby investigates just some of the things which have changed in the world since F1 last visited the circuit.
The Triple Crown. Achieved only once in the history of motorsport. The accolade where a driver wins the Formula 1 Monaco Grand Prix, the Indy 500 and the 24 Hours of Le Mans. But here at Badger GP, we're interested in another achievement – the Triple Clown.
Oh Canada, you promised so much, but delivered so little. Despite the lack of an action packed grand prix, there's still plenty to talk about. Chris Fawcett gives you the low down with the Top 5 from Montreal.
Sebastian Vettel retook the lead of the Formula 1 world championship with a dominant victory in a Canadian Grand Prix, with the end of the race marred by a bizarre chequered flag confusion.
Ferrari's Sebastian Vettel claimed pole position for the Canadian Grand Prix, with his Formula 1 title rival Lewis Hamilton only fourth.
With Lewis Hamilton, Sebastian Vettel and Daniel Ricciardo all equal on two wins each so far in 2018, the championship hunt is hotting up as we head to the seventh round of the championship – the Canadian Grand Prix. Here are your reasons to watch all of the F1 action this weekend!
Silly season is currently in full swing and the driver on everyone’s radar is the fans’ favourite Daniel Ricciardo. The question on everyone’s lips is whether he will stay put at Red Bull?He could pack his bags and head off to Ferrari or even surprise everyone and start afresh somewhere else.Fern Lock gives us five reasons why Ricciardo should put pen to paper and sign that contract extension with Red Bull.
After Monaco providing the bare minimum in terms of excitement, is moving to Miami, and another street circuit, what F1 needs to survive?
The Monaco Grand Prix delivered on its promise to be a processional and borderline boring race on the streets of The Principality. Chris Fawcett gives you the low down with the Top 5 from Monte Carlo.
Find out who we chose to be TOP DOG for the Monaco Grand Prix. He may be Australian.
Red Bull’s Daniel Ricciardo claimed victory in Formula 1’s Monaco Grand Prix, holding on to the lead despite managing a power unit issue throughout most of the race.
Daniel Ricciardo will start the Monaco Grand Prix from pole position while his Red Bull teammate Max Verstappen missed qualifying due to his free practice accident.
Monaco, Monaco, Monaco. Love it or hate it, the race weekend on the streets of Monte Carlo definitely serves up something different – and occasionally gives us something special.