In December we did a poll on whether The Team Formerly Known as Honda would participate in the 2009 F1 championship. Half of F1 Fanatic readers thought they would, but two months later are we more or less confident about the fate of F1’s tenth team? [poll id=”45″]
“Motor Sport” claims its circulation has gone up by 12.6%. At a time when print media in general is in decline, and motor sport magazines are no exception, this is impressive. I count myself as a regular reader now, having recently swapped my “F1 Racing” subscription for a “Motor Sport” one. I liked the changes … Continue reading “Motor Sport” circulation up 12.6%
Australians are to get a new dedicated sports channel that could show Formula 1 in HD. ONE, a new channel launched by Network Ten, promises “live and extended coverage of the Formula 1 ING Australian Grand Prix over the launch weekend with more than 22 hours of action across Friday, Saturday and Sunday.” Few other … Continue reading HD channel to show F1 in Australia
The Singapore Grand Prix organisers are asking fans to come up with names for three of the corners on the Marina Bay circuit. The circuit’s website says: Readers are invited to send in their suggestions from now until February 28 to win attractive prizes. Three lucky winners will each receive a three-day 2009 FORMULA 1?َشا×?َ … Continue reading Name Singapore’s turns and win F1 tickets
After looking at the 2009 F1 cars from various angles many people have remarked on how different many of the designs are. But if we take a look at the circuits alongside one another it seems F1 tracks are becoming increasingly similar.
Ferrari, BMW and Toyota continue testing at Bahrain today and we’ll be following their progress below.