F1Fanatic Volume 2, Issue 1

In the first issue of 2006: 2006 Formula One Preview – team by team Bahrain Grand Prix Preview – new season, new starting place Editorial: On with the show

A1GP of America cancelled

More bad news for A1 Grand Prix fans as a second round of the series has been cancelled. The Laguna Seca round scheduled for next weekend has been axed after heavy rain washed the run-off area away and the circuit owners are expecting it to take weeks to repair. It is the second time a … Continue reading A1GP of America cancelled

Bahrain Grand Prix Preview

It’s all change for 2006 – new teams, rules, qualifying (again) and even a new opening race. The Australian Grand Prix has been moved back to April to accommodate some tedious running-and-jumping festival (that’s The Commonwealth Games – ed.) and so the new season gets underway in the middle of a Bahraini desert. So much … Continue reading Bahrain Grand Prix Preview

F1 Fanatic season guide 2006

The first decade of the 21st century is proving one of the most turbulent in the entire history of Formula One, in terms of changes to the rules of racing. 2006 sees the biggest change to the engine rules since turbos were banned at the end of 1988, as 2.4- litre V8s replace 3-litre V10s. … Continue reading F1 Fanatic season guide 2006

On with the show

It’s been a long and busy winter here at F1Fanatic. For those of you who were with us last year, welcome back! I hope you’re enjoying to new site design. And for those of you who’ve recently joined us – and I’m delighted to say that’s 75% of you – welcome! 2006 promises to be … Continue reading On with the show