Another great USGP is in the books!
You won the lottery January of 2017. You won big and bought the bankrupt Manor F1 team. The team is currently 10th in points in front of McLaren who is in 11th with no points. Sauber just decided it will not take Honda’s engines and money for 2018. Honda comes to you desperate for another team for more data to try and…
A few inches different and you’re looking at five fatalities.
No other take will come close.
On this Day in 1958, Team Lotus makes their Formula 1 debut in the Monaco Grand Prix, the opening the opening event of the year’s European racing season. Their entries into the event were two Type 12s driven by Cliff Allison and Graham Hill. Allison, even though he was 13 laps down and the last running car to cross…
...you realize that only one F1 team has had both cars not only finish every race so far this season, but have them both score points in each race...and their car is pink.
Living definition of hypocrite Bernie Ecclestone is famous for charging massive fees to host Formula One race weekends (excluding Monaco). But now Bernie feels race promoters are paying too much for Formula One which, surprise to no one except himself, isn’t sustainable.
Or maybe not. I mean I don’t really take this as “Audi to F1 confirmed” or something, but there you go.
He split Mercedes. Kimi running 19 laps. Look at how close they are. If Seb makes that rocket start he can get this win in the bag.
I mean just look at this shit.
So I’d just like to see your lot put together the logos of All-American Racers & Ford Performance, BRM & Jaguar (I can’t find a good, big and hi-res BRM logo to do it myself), and this one & BMS Scuderia Italia (same situation as the BRM). Nothing too fancy, they just have to look a bit like an F1 team logo.
GOD TIER: Sauber, Mercedes. PROJECTED: Red Bull.
Edit shamelessly stolen from r/Formula1. Source from twitter:
If I ever create a new racing series, I will make sure every team gets a fair shot at it.
He has come to unscrew this screwup.
It didn’t say in the ad, but pretty sure Mercedes is looking for a No.2 driver.
First off... Paul Ricard will have a chicane when F1 comes back in 2018. Bummer, you might say, but I actually think the amount of Mistral Straight they’re using is just A-OK by me, and the chicane itself pairs well with the next two corners. Actually no, Signes is sharper. Bummer.