McLaren want more openness in F1 – they should start with their own pit wall

Posted on | Author Keith Collantine

Martin Whitmarsh been banging the drum for more open communication between F1 and its fans: I think for us to maintain and develop our fanbase we have to make better use of Formula One as an asset. Those of us that are involved in it have not yet done a good enough job to provide … Continue reading McLaren want more openness in F1 – they should start with their own pit wall

2008 British Grand Prix preview: Toyota vs Red Bull vs Renault vs Williams

Posted on | Author Keith Collantine

Behind the top three of Ferrari, McLaren and BMW the battle among the midfield teams is just as excitingly close. Not least because it’s two factory teams versus their two customers: 4. Red Bull-Renault 24 5. Toyota 23 6. Williams-Toyota 15 7. Renault 12 Toyota made a major step forward in France, scoring their first … Continue reading 2008 British Grand Prix preview: Toyota vs Red Bull vs Renault vs Williams

Video: British Grand Prix history 1950-76

Posted on | Author Journeyer

F1 Fanatic guest writer Journeyer begins a three-part series looking back at highlights from the British Grand Prix. We now go to Silverstone for the 60th British Grand Prix. As it’s the 60th, there have been special celebrations planned to mark the occasion. We’ll have our own little celebration by going through the British Grand … Continue reading Video: British Grand Prix history 1950-76