Technical review: Singapore Grand Prix

Posted on | Author John Beamer

Guest writer John Beamer reviews the technical updates from Singapore and looks ahead to the next round at Suzuka. The Marina Bay circuit is one of highest downforce tracks and the first since Hungary where cars ran in a high downforce configuration. The next tracks all place high demands on downforce, meaning Singapore typically represents … Continue reading Technical review: Singapore Grand Prix

Behind the scenes with a track marshal at the Singapore Grand Prix

Posted on | Author Keith Collantine

F1 Fanatic reader Wei Jian worked as a track marshal during the Singapore Grand Prix weekend. He tells us about his experience recovering cars and reveals some interesting facts about marshalling. Almost a thousand trackside and non-trackside volunteers were on hand to help the Singapore Grand Prix run smoothly. I was one of them, stationed … Continue reading Behind the scenes with a track marshal at the Singapore Grand Prix

Top ten… Hermann Tilke corners |

Posted on Author Greg Morland

Guest writer Ned Flanders picks his ten favourite Hermann Tilke designed corners. Hermann Tilke ?óÔé¼ÔÇ£ Formula?óÔé¼Ôäós 1 circuit guru of the moment ?óÔé¼ÔÇ£ is not one of the most popular figures in F1. But with over half of the 2010 calendar partially or entirely drawn up by Tilke?óÔé¼Ôäós pen, it?óÔé¼Ôäós fair to say that modern … Continue reading Top ten… Hermann Tilke corners |

Technical review: German and Hungarian Grands Prix

Posted on | Author John Beamer

Looking back on the technical developments from Hockenheim and the Hungaroring, here?s John Beamer. As Mark Webber said the list of accusations thrown at Red Bull is starting to look silly. First we had the trick ride height system, then illegal suspension fairings and now flexing front wings. In the midst of all this teams … Continue reading Technical review: German and Hungarian Grands Prix

Technical review: Spain and Monaco

Posted on | Author John Beamer

John Beamer reviews the technical developments at the Spanish and Monaco Grands Prix. Barcelona and Monaco couldn’t be more different in what they demand from an F1 car. Barcelona is the ultimate test of aerodynamic efficiency, whereas Monaco is a drivers’ circuit, which rewards ability and confidence more than anywhere else on the calendar. With … Continue reading Technical review: Spain and Monaco