No Place like Home for Hamilton (2014 British GP Review)

The British Grand Prix was a continuation of a season were the majority of people were expecting another dominant race by the team that has dominated all season. For the home fans it would be a good thing as they were hoping to see a home favourite win the race in Lewis Hamilton. It was not out of the question either with Hamilton being one of only three drivers to win a race this year. They would be looking to their home guy to win once again as Hamilton would go up against teammate Nico Rosberg on the day but after a 6th place qualifying it was not looking great for the British driver.

2014 British Grand Prix Preview

The Mercedes dominance is back as they returned to the top of the podium once again in Austria. Only two weeks after they were kept out of the top spot in Canada they would take the first and second place spots in Austria. The main question heading into Austria was whether or not Mercedes could come back and continue their dominant season. That question was answered fairly quickly despite not qualifying in the top spots they would end the race on top once again. Now Mercedes will have the advantage of racing close to home at Silverstone where they will be looking to increase their lead in the season long race for the championships.

Mercedes Back on Track (2014 Austrian GP Review)

Formula 1 would finally return to Austria for the first time since 2003 for the 6th leg of the 2014 season. The race would be the first where the Mercedes team was not coming off of a win in the previous race. The Mercedes team has dominated this year but in Canada they would take a back seat to Red Bull who would finish first and third. Now the teams would go to Austria where Red Bull Racing was looking to begin a winning streak on their home track. Red Bull would be the team with the most experience on the track as 11 years had passed since anyone raced on the track.

What 2 Watch (Nov. 11-13)

As November goes into the second weekend there is plenty to watch in terms of sports this weekend. With Canadian Football beginning to wind down there will be plenty of playoffs this weekend. The CIS will see their conferences finish the playoffs with the Hardy Cup and the Yates Cup broadcast on TV.

What 2 Watch (Oct. 28-30)

The Sports World is beginning to wind down with winter coming in as seasons begin to end and playoffs start. The World Series is wrapping up with only one game left in a thrilling series where any team can win. With game 7 in the World Series the Baseball season will finish up this weekend as the football world sees the end and the middle of seasons.

W2W: Thanksgiving Edition (Oct. 7-10)

Happy Thanksgiving weekend to all of us Canadians this weekend and what better way to spend the long weekend than with four days of sports. The Biggest aspect of this long weekend is the opening weekend of the NHL season as all of the favorite teams will be in action. Whether you are a fan of the Leafs or the Kings your game will be seen at some point. It is not only hockey this weekend however as the month of sports continues. The Baseball playoffs will finish the first round and enter the second round this weekend as they progress to the World Series.

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