This is an open discussion, summary, and statistics listing following the 2014 Russian Grand Prix in Sochi. Obvious spoilers below...
Often in Formula 1, the differing constructors chassis do not allow the most stellar driver performance to rise to the podium. Here we have the chance to discuss and promote the driver who put in the Drive of the Race, regardless of who actually won.
The inaugural Russian Grand Prix qualifying session around Sochi saw the Mercedes F1 Team's near-lockout of pole position threatened more so than ever before.
Technical innovation is what makes Formula 1 so different from any other form of racing. The on track action is as much played out by the engineers and aerodynamicists as it is the drivers. We are here to admire, study, and discuss this beauty that exists on the ragged edge of what we think is possible, or at least…
Old lady attempts to take picture of Olympics...shoots her own eye.
Has anyone been able to sign in to NBC's Olympic internet streaming? It keeps asking for my login info over and over and over.
Last night this video popped up in my recommended feed. Unfortunately it is in Russian and I don't seem to have the option of closed captioning so I have no idea what they are saying. Perhaps we have a Russian speaker on Oppo who can give us a summary of what the video is talking about?
Sebastian Vettel and David Coulthard had
the press, I mean pleasure, to drive some Infinities (Infiniti?) at the new Russian Sochi Formula 1 circuit, planned to interlace the 2014 Winter Olympic Park. The video below is just a bunch of b-roll, so don't expect to be entertained. Let's just hope the boffins in Russia…