Rhunah Soriano

Rhunah Soriano is a Columnist at Grit Daily. She is a full-time journalist and event organiser based in Montreal and Toronto (Canada). She holds a BA in Political Science and a Certificate in Community Service from Concordia University, and started a Graduate Diploma in Management: PR and Communications from McGill University.

Sir Frank Williams Celebrate 50 Years with Formula One

There’s so much to celebrate during the British Grand Prix this year. First, it is the first home crowd race for one of its drivers: George Russel- also the current Formula Two champion; second, it is Williams golden anniversary — the longest running racing team in the Formula One history; and lastly, Founder and Team Principal Sir Frank Williams was present. A rare treat, he celebrated in style refusing to miss even a tad bit of fun. Highlights The current five-time world champ, Team...

Hamilton Marks His 80th Podium Win

The five-time world champion, Lewis Hamilton, is surely back to business in front of his home crowd in Silverstone as he and teammate Valterri Bottas dominated Formula One’s latest race, disallowing any possible entry from other teams and drivers.  The battles were (1) between the Mercedes team mates; and (2) Ferrari versus RedBull. And yes, RedBull’s Pierre Gasly included.  Although Bottas was last Saturday’s pole winner, (and he had openly admitted during the post-race press conference...

Strategy was the real winner at Austrian Grand Prix

With the air temperature of 33*C, things ran a bit hot — no pun intended — at Formula One’s Austrian Grand Prix. The Redbull Ring, where the race was held, has three sharp curves and is shaped in letter B. The race started with a  thanks to the legendary Formula One racer  and three-time champion, entrepreneur and local Austrian Niki Lauda — who passed away a month ago. A chopper flew above the tracks with his image containing #dankeNiki (#thanksNiki) while the Austrian...

Smooth Qualification for Austrian Grand Prix 2019

With a temperature of 22*C in the morning that quickly rose to 29*C at three in the afternoon during the Formula One’s Austrian Grand Prix qualifying race, it was nothing but a smooth drive for every single driver, meaning zero accidents. In fact, Ferrari’s Charles Leclerc broke his own record. Practice 3  Leclerc continues to dominate the Austrian Grand Prix. With the speed of 1:03:987 per lap, Mercedes’ Lewis Hamilton followed with 1:04:130 and Valtteri Bottas at 1:04:221.   McLaren’s...

Spins and crashes were the real “winners” at Formula One’s Austrian Grand Prix practice

Located in Spielberg in between Austria’s two biggest cities — Graz and Vienna — the RedBull Ring, shaped in letter “B,” is only 4.318 km. Yet this year’s three of the top four are victims of spinning and crashing, causing severe damage to cars including its home crowd team. Yes, RedBull’s alpha driver Max Verstappen lost control during the second leg of the practice. With 29*C and wind of 21 km/hr, it is expected to change drastically due to the circuit’s location: in...

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