Holy shit, that escalated quickly!!!
I’m sure there’re a whole lot of tributes today to the late great Formula 1 driver, Ayrton Senna - my feed is pretty jammed. I came across one that shows a side to the man other than stoic racer-staring or racer-philosophizing you usually get.
RBR have revealed their concept for improving head protection for the drivers. The team will be running it during FP1 at this weekend’s Russian GP. Thoughts?
I’ve just picked up Mark Webber’s book ‘Aussie Grit: My formula one journey’ and not even one chapter in an interesting tidbit has emerged. The infamous ‘multi-21 message relayed to Seb Vettel and Mark at the 2013 Malaysian Grand Prix referred to the intended finishing order, not an engine map/power setting as…
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- Said Nobody Ever.
It’s on CNBC in the US right meow
Protecting the driver’s head is one of F1's biggest challenges, and we’ve seen several ideas emerge on how to do it. But what would they look like? Well, because my brain likes to think in Lego bricks, I’ve made these models with each of the different proposals, from the infamous Halo thing to the full-blown, jet…
The Grand Prix Drivers’ Association calls for a restructuring of Formula 1 for a more sustainable and reliable future in F1. Here’s a little background on their concerns. As in: almost read it reversed to see their point.
1. Don’t want to bury the lede, but quite impressed by Haas’s debut.
He would have been 56 today. I wish I would have been alive during his heyday. Even though some might think it to be cliche to say so, he is and always will be my favorite driver in any motorsport. His pure dedication to the whole thing moves me every time I think about it.
While they really only got up to 6th due to the red flag during the first pit cycle, that allowed them to change to the medium tires, they were able to keep pace and not lose spots once the race resumed. Given their pace during practice, I was concerned that they would have dropped back once the race got back underway…
day 3 , race day!
As if last year wasn’t hard enough, now he has to do a sponsorship appearance to launch the new Civic.
In this series I am looking into women’s role in a highly male-dominated field of interest - motoring and motorsports - asking females involved. Part VII. - Red Bull F1's hospitality coordinator from Hungary
Jarno Trulli, the last Italian Formula One driver to date, tells about his racing career, his business in and affection towards wine culture, his Formula E team and his hopes about the future.
More on this story as it develops.