Motorsport Monday

Updated: March 17, 2014

Here at Let’s Talk Sport we like our alliterations, and Monday is no different. So here we have Motorsport Monday, where the big motorsport stories of the week are reported on.

Formula 1


Arguably the biggest motorsport story of the week has to be the F1 season curtain opener. The season kicked off in Australia in dramatic fashion, with Nico Rosberg winning in dominating fashion. There was disaster at the start for pole man Lewis Hamilton, when his Mercedes engine decided it was a 5 cylinder. He soldiered on for a few laps but the team decided to call it quits 4 laps into the race. Reigning world champion Sebastian Vettel had a dire weekend, as he suffered KERS issues through qualifying and the race itself, leading to his eventual retirement on lap 5. The podium itself consisted of Rosberg in first, Daniel Ricciardo a fantastic second on his Red Bull debut and Kevin Magnussen a wonderful third in his first

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ever Formula 1 race. Unfortunately a few hours later Ricciardo was stripped of his second place, as his car was found to have exceeded the fuel flow limit on ‘multiple occasions’. That promoted Magnussen to second and Jenson Button to third.


2014 NASCAR Bristol

Carl Edwards won a chaotic race at Bristol Motor Speedway. The start of the race was delayed by 2 hours owing to rain, as NASCAR does not have wet weather tyres. All the big hitters suffered various problems throughout the race, with 2013 champion Jimmy Johnson suffering a blowout, putting him 3 laps down. The rain came down once again, causing a red flag of another 2 hours. Amidst all the chaos Stewart-Haas driver Tony Stewart had an excellent charge through throughout the race, to finish 4th from 37th on the grid.



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