This week’s edition of Charlie’s Chatter brings you the latest news on Lewis Hamilton’s off-the-track antics, juicy rumors regarding the 2018 driver lineups and Lance Stroll crying about the terrible start to his Formula One career. Make sure to read every last tidbit as you will need talking points for your trip to Montreal this weekend.
The Canadian Grand Prix is the home race of the F1 Newsletter and the staff likes to attend the race each
This is the official F1 Newsletter for the 2017 Monaco Grand Prix that is taking place on May 28, 2017.
Oh to be young again! Max Verstappen is a 19-year-old Formula 1 driver living the fast life. Some people may be jealous of that lifestyle. Others not so much. But before you opt to switch places with Max, stop and ask yourself, “Is he is fulfilled romantically?” Unsure of the answer? Click into the 2017 Monaco edition of WAG of the Week to find out more. Bonus pictures inside.
Another race, another edition of Charlie’s Chatter. This week we cover topics such as McLaren’s engine upgrade, Lewis’ work-life balance and the latest 2018 transfer rumors. Make sure to read up so you can go toe to toe with your fellow Formula One fans this weekend. #F1lifestyle
One year ago you were probably thumbing through your hard copy the F1 Newsletter and thinking you wish you knew more about the magic of Monaco. That is exactly why we introduced this column and this is the first time we have gone back in history for Monaco. Click on to read about Monaco’s most famous moment so you can keep up with all the talking points this long weekend.
This is the official F1 Newsletter for the 2017 Spanish Grand Prix that is taking place on May 14, 2017.
This week’s edition of WAG of the week looks at the love life of Michael Schumacher. The greatest Formula One driver of all time tried to keep her personal life private, but the F1 Newsletter staff brings you and exclusive look. Keep reading to learn more, but be careful, this story has a tragic ending.
Welcome back to Charlie’s Chatter. This week’s column will address the rumors about Fernando Alonso, Lewis Hamilton’s dedication to the sport and whether or not we are going to see an American driver on track in 2018 or 2019. Read on to make sure you are up to date with all the latest Formula One gossip.
This week’s ‘Moment in History’ takes you back to 1996 when the F1 Newsletter staff were wee lads and Schumacher was pulling on Ferrari red for the first time. Read more to learn how Schumacher pulled off the impossible and restored the Ferrari name.