Bridgestone changes tyre choices for five rounds to produce more exciting races

Posted on | Author Keith Collantine

Bridgestone has altered the choice of tyre compounds on offer for five forthcoming races on the F1 calendar. The move is an attempt to re-create the conditions which produced an unpredictable and exciting race in Canada last week. In the German Grand Prix drivers will have to use both the super-soft and hard tyres during … Continue reading Bridgestone changes tyre choices for five rounds to produce more exciting races

Technical review: Canadian Grand Prix

Posted on | Author John Beamer

Tyres, not F-ducts, provided the talking point in the Canadian Grand Prix. Guest writer John Beamer reviews the technical developments in the last round. At Montreal conventional wisdom was proven right. McLaren’s straight-line speed advantage, driven by a fully working F-duct and the Mercedes engine (worth up to 30bhp) allowed it to secure a one-two … Continue reading Technical review: Canadian Grand Prix