Six conclusions from the 2018 Chinese Grand Prix

Red Bull have the race pace to match Ferrari and Mercedes... Ricciardo and Verstappen qualified normally and survived early laps for first time this season, allowing us to get the first fair comparison between the 'big three' this season, and the signs are promising for a close season-long battle at the front of the field. … Continue reading Six conclusions from the 2018 Chinese Grand Prix

Diary of a Tractor Boy: 9th – 15th March

Monday 9th March The games are coming thick and fast at this stage of the season, with Barnsley the next team to visit Portman Road tomorrow evening. One of Mick McCarthy's former clubs are in serious danger of relegation back to League One so the match will have wider meaning for at least one of … Continue reading Diary of a Tractor Boy: 9th – 15th March

Six conclusions from the 2018 Bahrain Grand Prix

Maybe Ferrari have the pace to compete for the title after all... Despite Vettel's win in the opening race in Australia I was a little concerned that Mercedes had a decisive pace advantage, but after this weekend's race that appears to not be the case. We still need to see a few more races before … Continue reading Six conclusions from the 2018 Bahrain Grand Prix

Diary of a Tractor Boy: 2nd – 8th April

Monday 2nd March I wasn't feeling particularly optimistic about today's match given Millwall's long unbeaten run and our recent poor form, but football is always capable of surprising and I think myself and many others left Portman Road with a smile on my face. This was a game fitting of the cliché 'a game of … Continue reading Diary of a Tractor Boy: 2nd – 8th April