Oh Kimi. I’m sure it is hard to tell the difference between cars from their perspective.
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Powered by Italian nationalism, fueled by cronyism, and run with a bureaucracy in shambles, this car will be driven by a drunk-dead Finn and a German who, honestly, has no idea why he’s still in that fucking shit team.
Whether or not they can run races properly still remains to be seen, but I’ll bring the photos to you once they come out.
Which one looks best?
This is an account of my weekend at the Italian Grand Prix in Monza. The following post does not contain race analysis or stats, but sleeping under the stars, ice cream, public transportation, avoided fence jumping and eventual rats.
Bernie Ecclestone first filled the room of F1 with himself and his Concorde Agreement that was governing the sport and then he passed his right on, creating a vacuum with self-interests taking over. These are the contracts that once made Formula One work.
James Allison has left the team due to personal reasons. I understand why he left, because family is more important than that darn circus, and coping with a loss like that will take intense focus.
Why can’t you fix your shit?
Scuderia Ferrari and Jordan Grand Prix found themselves in trouble at the United States Grand Prix in 2000 while still at Indianapolis, title tobacco sponsor ran around the track frantically, trying to stay invisible.
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.
Ferrari's 2015 Formula One car carries Alfa Romeo badges on the back of its side pods, which marks the end of a 28-year hiatus of the Italian manufacturer's name in Grand Prix racing. We are looking back on its history in GP competitions.
The four-time World Driver's Champion, Sebastian Vettel, will replace Fernando Alonso in the 2015 Ferrari Formula 1 car. Sebastian Vettel will drive alongside Kimi Raikkonen for the Scuderia. What better place for a Formula 1 driver?
Remember those who died so that the Scuderia may live.
What's better than watching an F1 race on TV and only slightly worse than witnessing it live? A full race on board with natural V12 noise, of course.
...and make it a V12 Ferrari F1 car.
The Italian Grand Prix is coming up next. How can you celebrate the days of the naturally aspirated, lightning fast V10-era of Formula 1? By unleashing some of the mightiest, World Champion Ferraris at Monza.
Many racing team - manufacturer combinations have resulted in some really cool road cars in the past decades. Here's one that could have been totally awesome/weird.
"I was just playing around with the switches or something and got a little bit of wheelspin and touched the wall," Raikkonen said. "It was just one mistake. I just got a little bit of wheelspin. I wasn't pushing anymore anyhow but just got wheelspin. I just couldn't catch it. That didn't change the fact that we would…