In a world where a spot of rain brings tennis or the cricket to a halt, it is amazing that racing continues in all conditions. Today’s Belgian Grand Prix was a shining example of the perils of wet weather and changing track conditions as the drivers grappled with a slowly drying track. From club racers … Continue reading Wet and wild
The Minardi name is set to bow out after 21 years and, by this season’s end, 340 Grands Prix. The new owners are Red Bull, who will add a second Grand Prix team to their portfolio, and potentially cause another dramatic shift in F1’s political landscape. Since the conclusion of hostilities following the Indianapolis farce … Continue reading Red Bull Light
Kimi Raikkonen took his sixth win of 2005, but Fernando Alonso was right there once again, notching up fifth second-place of the year and needing only six more points to become the youngest ever world driver’s champion.