F1 2014 has been an intriguing beast; after four seasons of domination from Sebastian Vettel and Red Bull the reset button has been hit big-time and offers up a mouth-watering contest between England and Germany as Lewis Hamilton takes on Nico Rosberg for the world title in the dominant Mercedes team.
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The 2014 Formula One season has seen Mercedes win nine of the first ten races and build up an astounding tally in the constructors championship.
But the German Grand Prix gave cause for hope that the Silver Arrows might be caught soon. Valtteri Bottas drove a superb race for Williams into 2nd place, while Ferrari, Red Bull and McLaren all looked closer to the pace of Mercedes this weekend than they have done all year long. You’d expect nothing less from some of the sport’s most prestigious names, and equally you’d expect their merchandise to be of a standard to match their histories.
Thankfully, the 2014 F1 merchandise range is exactly that! Red Bull, Ferrari, McLaren and Mercedes all have some of the best quality sporting merchandise you could ask for, and all are available directly, today, through OnPole.com. Plus, there’s FREE UK shipping on all orders over £57. No excuses!
Marc Marquez has set the MotoGP world alight in 2014; after a stunning freshman year in 2013 that saw him take the world title at his first attempt, the mantle of reigning champion has not changed his attacking approach one bit. If anything, it has made him even more dangerous as he stormed to nine wins in the first nine races.
His approach to racing verges on the levels not seen since the greats, prompting some to compare this young Spaniard to Formula One legend Ayrton Senna – though Marquez has none of the dark brooding nature of the late Brazilian. With a second world title beckoning, Marc Marquez merchandise is proving extremely popular as his fan base grows to rival that of Valentino Rossi.
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Kimi Raikkonen is struggling in 2014, make no mistake. His mouth-watering pairing with Fernando Alonso at Ferrari was predicted to be one of the pressure points of the year, but Raikkonen has struggled with the F14T and Formula One’s new V6 Turbo specifications.
His two seasons at Lotus prior to this may have ended in acrimony, but they provided us with some truly special moments, not least of which was Kimi’s infamous Abu Dhabi radio tirade in 2012, a race he went on to win. He started 2013 in similar fashion with victory in Australia, in the E21 which is modelled exquisitely in 1:43 by Minichamps here.
It carries all the accurate sponsorship branding and the stunning black and gold livery synonymous with Lotus in the 1980′s that was re-introduced for the 2011 season.
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As have many others, Lotus have wilted in the face of Mercedes’ dominance of the new Formula One season in 2014. And of those who have suffered role reversals from 2013, Lotus have fallen the farthest. From podiums to struggling for points, it’s not been a great one thus far for the popular team from Enstone.
Romain Grosjean collected four points in Monaco and Spain respectively, but team-mate Pastor Maldonado has suffered a drought of luck that has seen him retire from well over half the races staged this season.
One department Lotus have not skimped in is the merchandise range; in 2014 it’s as stunning as ever. Adequate proof of that is this impressive 2014 Lotus F1 T-Shirt, building on the designs of previous seasons and incorporating the new-for-2014 PDVSA branding that arrived with Maldonado’s Venezuelan millions. Again, it continues the echoes of the trademark black and gold JPS livery that adorned the Lotuses of the 1980′s.
Available in most sizes and again made from excellent quality cotton, it’s a great fit for all ages and builds. Lotus’ lack of success isn’t going to make it sell any slower, so hurry and get your hands on the official 2014 Lotus F1 T-Shirt at OnPole.com now!
Lewis Hamilton fired himself right back into championship contention with victory at home around Silverstone’s sweeping curves last weekend, cutting the points deficit to team-mate Nico Rosberg to just 4 points.
Okay, Nico probably would have won had his gearbox not broken; but the result guaranteed the championship is hotter than ever heading toward the summer break.
Many thought Lewis was mad to sign for the struggling Mercedes and abandon McLaren, the team setting the pace at the end of 2012; yet his decision appears to have been fully vindicated. 2013 brought only a single victory for Hamilton in Hungary, but with Rosberg collecting wins in Monaco and Silverstone it laid the foundations for what has been a record breaking season for the Mercedes AMG Petronas team.
The 1:43 Minichamps Lewis Hamilton Mercedes F1 W04 is a perfect replica of the car Lewis took to victory in Hungary, and is a very significant one among collectors worldwide; it is of course the first F1 car Hamilton has ever driven without it being a McLaren! All sponsors logos are present and correct, and as ever with Minichamps the attention to detail is breathtaking. This is a popular one, so don’t hang around to buy it. The 1:43 Minichamps Lewis Hamilton Mercedes F1 W04 could be yours today!
In 2005 nobody gave Red Bull much of a chance when the Austrian energy drinks giant arrived on the F1 stage, taking over the remnants of the defunct Jaguar outfit.
They quickly acquired an image as the sport’s ‘party team’ with their enormous ‘energy station’ motorhome dominating the paddock, but struggled on track with a trio of token podiums to their name by the end of 2008.
2009 changed all that, and even better came in the next four seasons as Sebastian Vettel romped to successive driver’s titles, with the constructor’s crown going to the team.
2014 might be the end of that period of dominance for the time being, but Vettel and team-mate Daniel Ricciardo remain highly popular with fans. And no wonder, with the stylish Infiniti Red Bull merchandise among the best in the paddock for design and quality.
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The British Grand Prix may have deprived us of a fight for victory after Nico Rosberg retired, but Lewis Hamilton made sure there was at least one British sporting success this summer to celebrate!
Even better, Jenson Button came agonisingly close to scoring his first ever Silverstone podium but had to settle for a still-fine 4th, just 0.8 behind Daniel Ricciardo at the finish after a battling drive. Max Chilton started the race well but was cruelly hit with a drive-through penalty after the re-start; however, he again made the chequered flag to the delight of the British crowd.
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