It’s the Arrows driven by Jos “THE MOTHERFUCKING BOSS” Verstappen during practice for the 2001 Monaco Grand Prix. Featuring a very unorthodox nose wing to try and get the most downforce possible(it’s Monaco, mannnn), that the FiA banned before qualifying on “safety grounds(they probably found it too ugly, tbh).”
I happened to be one of the luckiest persons in Monaco during the Formula One weekend (other than Nico Rosberg) by getting invited to the Amber Lounge fashion show. Here’s the rest.
In the third Qualifying session of the Monaco Grand Prix, Sebastian Vettel warms his tires to take the fight to Mercedes. [GIF]
The following presentation is a personal account of the Amber Lounge 2015 event and its surroundings in Monaco during the Grand Prix weekend.
An unexpected safety car can change a race, especially around the streets of Monaco. While today’s race held more of a procession than we’re used to at any other track on the F1 calendar, the outcome of the Grandest Grand Prix of All was more than one could envision.
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.
In 20 hours I’ll be leaving for the Monaco Grand Prix and since I’m adamant of “dumb phones”, this is your last chance to post your questions.
Even Formula One’ official website couldn’t resist showing off what the Monaco Grand Prix REALLY is about behind the (lack of) engine noise.
Since the people at Amber Lounge 2015 were kind enough to invite me to their star-studded Monaco party during the Formula One race, I owe you and them at least one before I leave for their event.
As I have written earlier, I was invited to drool at an exclusive party in Monaco during the Grand Prix weekend. I’m taking national colours...
Amber Lounge has been bringing you the full star, celebrity, royalty, supermodel and F1-driver studded Monaco Grand Prix experience since 2003 and I was invited to take part.
Accolade’s 1988 hit, Grand Prix Circuit was the paramount of all 8-bit Formula 1 games as said hardware systems reached their climax before the 16-bit generation struck down. Here’s how it went.
Poor teams dropping out, rich ones threatening to leave, paying drivers trying to sue their way in, core events cancelled - evidence that F1 wasn't racing in the US when all this happened there.
My racecar's low-drag!
Arguably one of the most expensive Grands Prix to attend on race weekend, but it's an open town, right? I can just find a way around it...
What makes Monaco the most wanted trophy for Formula One drivers? Let's hear it from them.
This is an open discussion, summary, and statistics listing following the 2014 Spanish Gran Prix. Obvious spoilers below...
Last week I got to talk to James Hunt's son, Freddie, and his plans in the Le Mans 24 Hours. I was slightly starstruck to say the least. Sort of.