When was F1 at its best? The rose-tinted spectacles problem (Making F1 better)

Posted on | Author Keith Collantine

In the golden days of F1 every Grand Prix was a classic, with 20 changes of lead and a photo finish. Dashing drivers would climb from beautiful, sponsor-free cars, light a cigarette and regale the world’s press with quick-witted quips. Nonsense, of course. It’s easy to write off modern F1 as a pale shadow of … Continue reading When was F1 at its best? The rose-tinted spectacles problem (Making F1 better)

The pecking order as the teams ready their Barcelona performance upgrades

Posted on | Author Keith Collantine

With the four ‘flyaway’ races behind us the teams look to the start of the European season to accelerate development of their cars. Aside from a quick excursion across the Atlantic for the Canadian Grand Prix, from now until late September the teams will be racing at venues much closer to their factories, making it … Continue reading The pecking order as the teams ready their Barcelona performance upgrades