Sport.co.uk has grown rapidly since its re-launch in mid January in both coverage and readership and we have grown from just a handful of writers to over one hundred.
(PRWEB UK) 15 March 2014
F1 is the world’s richest, most glamorous and ultimately exciting motorsport and all is not well for reigning champions Red Bull. Four-time formula One champion Sebastian Vettel predicts a difficult first race with Helmut Marko his mentor claiming the start of the season has come at least two months too early for Red Bull. The teams to watch seem to be the cars with Mercedes engines going by Bahrain testing with Williams showing good performance alongside Mercedes themselves. New driver Felipe Massa claimed, “The best thing Williams did was to sign with Mercedes.” Lewis Hamilton clocked the second fastest time in Bahrain testing, fractionally behind Massa with Vettel some way behind in 10th.
Head of Operations at DSG, Matthew Tait had this to say: “It’s always going to be difficult to predict what will happen when the drivers get the green light; there are so many other factors that will affect who will cross the finish line first. I think it’s fair to say that many fans will be hoping Vettel loses, something Ecclestone admitted in an interview as something that would make F1 exciting again. No one wants to watch a procession and it would be good to see a new era with more competition and this years Australian Grand Prix is likely to be the most eagerly anticipated in years and could well turn-around the falling viewing figures released by F1. Sport.co.uk will be following all the action from practice to race-day.”
Jason Hope, Content Manager of DSG believes that Sport.co.uk will be the perfect venue for F1 News. “Sport.co.uk has grown rapidly since its re-launch in mid January in both coverage and readership and we have grown from just a handful of writers to over one hundred. The great quality of our journalists and feature writers are already providing a great service to Formula 1 fans. Sport.co.uk is the perfect hub for Sports news in the UK.”
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