A round up of highlights from F1 blogs and other sites including: Is Nigel Mansell about to make another comeback to international motor sport? How would the 1994 season have ended if Ayrton Senna hadn’t been killed?
And why is Ralf Schumacher struggling so badly in the DTM?
The encounter down under: An alternative version of the 1994 Formula 1 season – What would have happened if Ayrton Senna hadn’t died? One reader of this blog is writing a book looking at how the 1994 season might have turned out.
An interview with Ana Beatriz and Justin Wilson – Justin Wilson on being in Indy Cars since leaving F1: “I really enjoy the lifestyle and the type of racing over here in America. I find it a lot less politics involved. There’s still quite a bit, but that’s going to be racing no matter where you go. But it’s more down to getting in the car and racing and making the most of it. We all have the same equipment, same engine, the same tires, and I like being able to compete every weekend. So right now, no, I really enjoy it here and don’t miss Formula One.”
A hack looks back – the German Grand Prix – Mike Doodson reminisces about Germand GPs past.
McLaren-Fahrer besuchen das Technology-Center – Excellent video from inside the McLaren technology centre.
BRDC members rebel at Silverstone – British Racing Drivers Club split over future of Silverstone after apparently losing F1.
Who will win Sports Personality? – Hamilton heads sports personality nomination after finishing second last year.
Unstoppable Rafa II – Is Lewis Hamilton ‘privileged’? An interesting discussion.
The Cahier Archive – Pictures by famous F1 photographer Bernard Cahier who has died aged 91.
T in the Park festial news – Eddie Jordan’s band plays at T in the Park.
Motor racing returns to Morocco after 50 years – The last international motor race in Morocco was 1958 world championship title decider, which went to Mike Hawthorn.
Nigel Mansell considering sports car comeback with sons? – 1992 world champion Nigel Mansell considering a racing return. More from Maximum Motorsport: Ralf Schumacher’s DTM switch isn’t going well.