Why Kimi’s fans only have the man himself to blame for his Monaco loss

It was a controversy befitting of the race that gave us carpark-gate in 2006, Hamilton's potty-mouthed, crash-strewn race in 2011, or Rosberg's implicitly gratuitous error that afforded him pole in 2014. Vettel's perfectly executed "overcut" was surely too convenient, too ideal for the Scuderia with their arch title rival down in 7th and on a … Continue reading Why Kimi’s fans only have the man himself to blame for his Monaco loss

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Heroics and heartbreak in a seminal weekend for motorsport

For a sporting community that has always exuberantly lapped up the two opposing poles of human emotion, this was a weekend that had it all. There was controversy, calamity, heartbreak, triumph and skill beyond imagining. They might exist as polar opposites, iterations of motorsport from two different planets, but this weekend the Monaco Grand Prix … Continue reading Heroics and heartbreak in a seminal weekend for motorsport

Better late than never: a look at Raikkonen’s Monaco pole lap

They say that anticipation only makes the event sweeter. Kimi Raikkonen has been stretching the limits of that theory for some time now, with the Finn always seeming to snatch defeat from the jaws of victory. He nearly gave the Scuderia what would have been their only pole of 2016 in Shanghai, and again came … Continue reading Better late than never: a look at Raikkonen’s Monaco pole lap