British Grand Prix 2014: how to tweet the teams

Daniel Ricciardo TwitterMuch to Bernie’s displeasure, F1 teams do social media well. The best will give interesting insights, nicely-nerdy action updates and, gasp, some are even amusing with it.

Britain’s home F1 race is a particularly good opportunity to interact with them. Who knows, if you’re there, you could even get an @reply. What, you need a full list of each team’s Twitter handles, plus key personalities within the teams you should follow? Let MR oblige…

Infiniti Red Bull Racing


Driver – Daniel Ricciardo

Spy – Red Bull F1 Spy

Mercedes AMG Petronas F1 Team


Driver – Lewis Hamilton

Driver – Nico Rosberg

Scuderia Ferrari


Driver – Fernando Alonso

Lotus F1 Team


Driver – Romain Grosjean

Driver – Pastor Maldonado

McLaren Mercedes


Driver – Jenson Button

Driver – Kevin Magnussen

Sahara Force India F1 Team


Driver – Nico Hulkenberg

Sauber F1 Team


Driver – Adrian Sutil

Driver – Esteban Gutierrez

Scuderia Torro Rosso


Driver – Daniil Kvyat

Williams Racing


Driver – Valtteri Bottas

Driver – Felipe Massa

Marussia F1 Team


Driver – Max Chilton

Driver – Jules Bianchi

Caterham F1 Team


Driver – Kamui Kobayashi

Driver – Marcus Ericsson

Other key F1 Twitter accounts

The bosses – @F1

Sky F1 – @SkySportsF1

Sky’s F1 insider – @SkyF1Insider

An engine supplier – @RenaultSportF1

A TV-presenting F1 fan – @GarethJonesTV

Managing Director at @editorial_mr. Runs a bit. Loves the motor industry.

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