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Bayden Westerweller

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Journalist. Formula One fanatic since 1998. Half of 'Hit the Apex' podcast - formerly known as 'J&B Talk F1', in association with Roar colleague, Jawad Yaqub. You can find us on Twitter @HitTheApexMedia and yours truly @BaydenJW. I also enjoy running - ten marathons at last count, always looking ahead to the next one!

Member Since:
 
May 2011
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Brighton, Victoria
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Vettel on the precipice following Singapore sling

Vettel on the precipice following Singapore sling

5 days ago

The championship race could be run by next month’s Japanese Grand Prix, following Ferrari’s cataclysmic Singapore outing as its interest lasted no more than five corners, while Lewis Hamilton claimed an unlikely victory to extend his lead to 28 points.

Ditching Honda a new chapter for post-Dennis McLaren

Ditching Honda a new chapter for post-Dennis McLaren

15 Sep 2017

McLaren’s impending divorce from Honda will always carry the ‘what if?’ handle, yet the consequences of dissolving the relationship are minuscule in contrast to the urgency for results of any significance to be achieved.

For Toro Rosso and Honda, if the shoe fits, wear it

For Toro Rosso and Honda, if the shoe fits, wear it

9 Sep 2017

In considering its own future, Red Bull would be wise to link Toro Rosso with Honda, with a view to providing the latter outfit with the purpose that it has lacked in recent years.

Sergio Perez is closing doors

Sergio Perez is closing doors

30 Aug 2017

Sergio Perez entered the season at a crossroads, yet his recent actions, culminating in the cataclysmic friendly fire at Belgium, have smacked of desperation as the Mexican faces another campaign in the midfield.

Love him or loathe him, Lewis Hamilton has become a legend

Love him or loathe him, Lewis Hamilton has become a legend

25 Aug 2017

He might not be everybody’s cup of tea, though on the eve of his 200th Grand Prix, there’s no denying that Lewis Hamilton has polarised and transcended Formula One unlike anybody since Ayrton Senna.

Haas highlights F1’s ‘really depressing’ midfield gulf

Haas highlights F1's 'really depressing' midfield gulf

17 Aug 2017

The belated emergence of a contender to Mercedes’ recent dominance has been a sight for sore eyes, yet the reality persists that Formula One’s midfielders are further adrift from success than ever, a ‘depressing’ sensation, according to the figurehead of one of its number.