In recent years F1 has become fixated with “improving the show”. And the calls for better racing doubled after the dull season opener at Bahrain. Since then we’ve had three much better races. That doesn’t necessarily mean F1’s problems are solved. In a new series starting today I aim to start a constructive debate on … Continue reading Making F1 better: a discussion series
Championship leader Jenson Button says avoiding mistakes during race weekends will put him in a good position to win this year’s championship. Speaking after his second race win of 2010 he said: What’s most important is that we didn’t really make any mistakes in China we didn’t really drop the ball. And I know from … Continue reading Button: Avoiding mistakes key to title
Former FIA president Max Mosley has fired off another broadside at Ferrari boss Luca di Montezemolo in an interview with F1 Racing magazine. He also said letting that Ferrari keep their one-two win in the 1999 Malaysian Grand Prix was a mistake: Luca is very, very good company with people and he’s certainly a very … Continue reading Mosley attacks “weak” di Montezemolo
Find out more about F1’s tyre wars.
I had the chance to fix a couple of problems on the site yesterday. Coming up on the site today we’ll have a look at tyre wars in F1 and, time permitting, the beginning of a new discussion series to run between now and the next race. Here’s today’s round-up: Links Tony goes to China … Continue reading F1 Fanatic round-up: 22/4/2010