Nicky Haldenby (Page 2)

Nicky Haldenby is a 24 year old Formula One blogger from Scarborough, England. Having grown up with F1 often on the TV on Sunday afternoons, Nicky has been following the sport avidly since 2006. He graduated from the University of Hull in 2015 with a First Class degree in English Language and Literature and founded the Lights Out F1 Blog in March 2016. Nicky also writes at F1Destinations and can be heard regularly as a guest on the Last Lap Podcast. He previously wrote for Badger GP.

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Lewis Hamilton’s fifth title victory is now all but a formality as he heads into the Mexican Grand Prix, needing just five points to seal the deal. The simplest title permutation for the Mexican Grand Prix is that if Lewis Hamilton finishes seventh or higher, he will be crowned 2018Read More →

Only two drivers have won at the Circuit of the Americas, three drivers have a 100% Q3 record and one driver hasn’t finished a race at this track since 2013. Here’s everything you need to know about each driver’s history at the U.S. Grand Prix! 🇬🇧 Lewis Hamilton Lewis Hamilton hasRead More →

As Lewis Hamilton has his first chance to take a fifth title, we head to a track where the two championship protagonists have dominated over the years – the Circuit of the Americas in Austin, Texas. Here are all the stats you need ahead of the 2018 U.S. Grand Prix!Read More →

At the 2019 Australian Grand Prix, George Russell will become the eighth driver named George to compete in Formula One and the first since George Follmer at the 1973 U.S. Grand Prix. Other Georges to have competed in F1 include George Abecassis, George Amick, George Connor, George Constantine, George EatonRead More →

The title battle is now an exclusive race between two drivers – Lewis Hamilton and Sebastian Vettel. Kimi Raikkonen and Valtteri Bottas are now firmly out of mathematical contention and, should Hamilton’s form continue, it won’t be too long before a fifth title is his. Here’s how the title canRead More →

Max Verstappen is the only current driver to have a 100% points scoring record at the Japanese Grand Prix, seven drivers have a 100% Suzuka finish record and just two drivers have never been beaten in qualifying by a team-mate at the track. Here are all the stats and factsRead More →

For the seventeenth round of the championship, Formula One heads to Japan and one of the drivers’ favourite tracks – Suzuka. Here are all the stats you need ahead of the 2018 Japanese Grand Prix! 🇯🇵 SUZUKA RACE WINNERS There have been 29 Formula One races held at the SuzukaRead More →

There are now just four drivers left in mathematical contention for the 2018 Drivers’ Championship. Max Verstappen has dropped out of the title hunt as a result of his fifth place finish in Sochi. Here is how the championship battle looks ahead of the Japanese Grand Prix NOTE: You canRead More →