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Xiro Xone F1 Sports Preview of the upcoming Formula One race. The Grand Prix Monaco is a street race, in the beautiful Principality of Monaco on the French Riviera. In one of the most popular races on the Formula One calendar, teams will hit the track at break-neck speed. Championship leader Lewis Hamilton fans, will hope for a 5th consecutive win. Nico Rosberg fans will hope for a 2nd win, and Sebastian Vettel fans will hope for, a win.
Stay tuned to Xiro Xone F1 Sports for, The Grand Prix Monaco: May 23-25
A recap of todays Qualifying at the Formula One Grand Prix in, Barcelona Spain. Today’s event will determine the driver grid line-up. Fans will find out if their favorite team or driver will make pole position at, the Formula One Grand Prix in Spain. Stay tuned to Xiro Xone F1 for, a different perspective of events on the track, in the paddock, and on the social grid.
Race day may have started with Williams-Martini drivers Felipe Massa sitting on pole, and his teammate Valtteri Bottas second, but it was Mercedes AMG driver Nico Rosberg who took it to the finish line and won the Austrian Grand Prix..
Mercedes AMG driver Nico Rosberg won his third Grand Prix of the season today, at the Formula One Grand Prix, in Austria. Rosberg is ahead in points for the 2014 driver championship. His teammate Lewis Hamilton has four wins under his belt and was his closest rival on the track, coming in second. This win gives Rosberg a 29 point lead over teammate Hamilton who is expected to win his home race in a couple of weeks during the British Grand Prix, at Silverstone.
Williams-Martini driver Valtteri Bottas delivered some valuable points for his team, crossing the finish line in third place. This was the first time Bottas had been on the podium, and will most likely, will not be his last.
For the lrast 11-years, the Austrian Grand Prix was off the calendar until Austrian billionaire Dietrich Mateschitz owner of Red Bull Energy drink and the Red Bull team, made a deal to bring the race back to the beautiful, newly renovated, Red Bull Ring.
Next race is at Silverstone, for The British Grand Prix. Stay tuned to Xiro Xone F1 Sports.
Tires were not the only slick things out on the race track today.
The Monaco Grand Prix got underway Saturday through the streets of the French Riviera. The atmospheric weather went from warm to light rain, to warm, while the track weather was scorching hot amongst teams. Starting on pole Sunday will be, Mercedes AMG driver Nico Rosberg, followed by championship leader and teammate Lewis Hamilton. Third, was the familiar smile of Red Bull driver Daniel Ricciardo, followed by his teammate, Sebastian Vettel. Giving Ferrari fans something to hope for was Fernando Alonso, in 5th place on the grid. Sergio Perez qualified 6th and Nico Hulkenberg 7th, in what was an impressive qualifying session for both drivers. Race-day promises to keep fans on the edge of their seats while drivers reach 190mph on one of the most beautiful, and the most complicated, track on the circuit.
Keep it tuned to Xiro Xone F1 Sports for news and analysis. Remember, F1 Tickets are on sale right now for the U.S. Grand Prix in Austin, Texas. Go to http://www.circuitoftheamericas.com. Watch all Formula One races in the U.S.A., on NBCSN.
Preview of the 2014 British Grand Prix
An exciting weekend is on tap during the Formula One British Grand Prix at Silverstone. There will be standing room only when British champions Lewis Hamilton, with Mercedes AMG, and Jenson Button with McLaren Formula One, take to the track amidst the cheers of their fellow countrymen and fans around the world.
All eyes are on Hamilton’s teammate Nico Rosberg who is, currently in the lead for the driver’s championship and determined, not to lose his position. 2013 champion Sebastian Vettel, and Ferrari driver Fernando Alonso, are looking for their first win. Meanwhile, Vettel's teammate Daniel Ricciardo, is looking for a repeat of performance in Canada.
Williams-Martini F1, made news this weekend when their first female test driver, Susie Wolff, took to the track during Practice One, and completed 4-laps before heading into the garage with, an oil pressure problem.
The Caterham Formula One team is under going some ownership changes. Team principle and Air Asia CEO Tony Fernandes has sold the team. We hope the new owners appreciate a great hard working team, especially, their P.R. Officer, Tom Webb. Caterham is the only team in Formula One with an American driver, Alexander Rossi. Rossi is a GP2 champion and Formula One test driver who deserves, a permanent seat with a team.
Tune in to Xiro Xone F1 Sports News for all race weekend news and updates.
Coming off of a controversial look-up on the track during qualifying, that slowed down teammate Lewis Hamilton’s faster flying lap, Nico Rosberg won the Formula One Grand Prix in Monaco. Rosberg won on the same track that lead his father Keke to victory, years earlier.
Thanks to Lewis Hamilton and Nico Rosberg, the Mercedes AMG team is 161 points ahead of their closest rival Red Bull. German driver Nico Rosberg has become a terrific driver since Lewis Hamilton started sharing his data with him. They may be friendly competitors on the track but they are the epitome of a good team. Rosberg and Hamilton’s efforts to score points for the team have been very successful all season because points, translate into revenue.
A welcomed surprise was Marussia driver Jules Bianchi who got the first ever points for the team this season, placing them 9th in the Constructors. They gained entry into Formula One in 2009 and have been a hard working team struggling to gain Constructor points.
Stay tuned to Xiro Xone F1 Sports. Next race is Canada.
Remember to go to, http://www.circuitoftheamericas.com and get your tickets for the Austin Grand Prix on October 31, 2014.
Slick tracks, spin outs, and rain delays, made qualifying a real challenge at the Formula 1 Grand Prix in Brazil. The final race of the Formula 1 season was off to a wet start for the teams. Although there were no real surprises at the end of the day, anything can happen on race day. The starting grid line-up will be, F1 World Champion, Red Bull driver Sebastian Vettel, on pole position. Nico Rosberg with Mercedes and Fernando Alonzo with Ferrari rounded out the top three. Not to be ignored was retiring Red Bull driver Mark Webber and Mercedes driver Lewis Hamilton coming in fourth and fifth, respectively. Hometown favorite and Brazilian Felipe Massa with Ferrari came in ninth place, to his own personal disappointment. Starting grid position will mean nothing on race day if, there's a down pour of rain. It's a well-settled fact that, rain, speed, and a slick track, are real game changers.
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A recap of todays Qualifying
A recap of the season opener from Albert Park
Albert Park in Melbourne Australia played host to the first Formula One Grand Prix of the 2014 season. Qualifying on Saturday lead to a few surprises. Four-time world champion driver for Red Bull, Sebastian Vettel, did not make the top three. However, Vettel’s teammate Daniel Ricciardo qualified for second. 2008 world champion Lewis Hamilton with Mercedes, was in pole position and his teammate Nico Rosberg, and was third.
On race-day fortunes began to change at the drop of the flag when Nico Rosberg immediately moved into the lead, and held it throughout the race. By lap seven fans were disappointed to see, both Lewis Hamilton and, Sebastian Vettel were forced into retirement, due to car trouble. Lap eight was a preview of who would end up on the podium. In the lead was Rosberg, Ricciardo, followed by Kevin Magnussen, the rookie driver for McLaren.
Some notable action on the grid was the very dependable Valtteri Bottas with Williams-Martini F1 who started 15th and worked his way up to 7th before ending up at 10th, giving Williams-Martini more points in the first rave than they garnered all year in 2013.
Update: Due to a violation of fuel levels, Red Bull driver Daniel Ricciardo was disqualified, thereby moving Kevin Magnussen up to 2nd place and his McLaren teammate Jensen Button, into 3rd.
A Preview of the Formula One Grand Prix in Montreal Canada.
Fresh off the heels of the controversial Formula One Grand Prix in Monaco, fans and autosport professionals will be eagerly awaiting the start of the Grand Prix this weekend in Montreal. 2008 World Champion Lewis Hamilton and his teammate, Nico Rosberg will be vying for pole position and the win. Both drivers with the Mercedes AMG team have gone back and forth from first, to second, in championship points. After the completion of 6-races, Lewis hamilton has won four, and Nico Rosberg two. These wins put the Mercedes team ahead in the Constructors points with, Red Bull and Ferrari nipping at their tail. The action on the track this weekend, will be hotter than July.
Stay tuned to Xiro Xone F1 Sports for Formula One qualifying and raceday coverage.
Remember: Formula One tickets are on sale at Circuit of the Americas in beautiful Austin, Texas on October 29-31.
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