Keith Collantine started the topic 2017 IndyCar calendar grows to 17 races as Gateway returns in the forum IndyCar 1 day, 8 hours ago
The IndyCar schedule will grow to 17 races next year as the series returns to the 1.25-mile Gateway Motorsports Park oval in Madison, Illinois.
The 2017 calendar will therefore feature six oval races, five street races and and six road course races.
12th March – St Petersburg – street
9th April – Long Beach -…[Read more]
Traveling to the Monza GP in a few weeks time, group of three of us. Just wondering what the most practical connection is from Malpensa airport to the F1camping site? Is a cab between worth considering?
Also does anyone have experience with how hectic it is leaving post GP? Will it be do-able to get back to MXP by say 20:00?
Any suggestions,…[Read more]
F1 2016 has been a very good game and has got me excited to play. I remember back in F1 2013 or F1 2014 there was an f1 fanatic championship and I think it would be great to start again. I have a PS4 so maybe we will start in that console but I’m open to expanding it into Xbox and PC. If anybody wants to sign up please let me and if…[Read more]
I know the 2017 provisional calendar won’t be released till the weekend of the Belgian, Italian, or Singapore Grand Prix this year, so I’d like to know what your versions of the 2017 calendar would look like. I have 2 versions –
This version has some dates reshuffled:
1. Australia, 19 March
2. Malaysia, 26 March
3. Bahrain, 9…[Read more]
The World Rally Championship’s first visit to China since 1999 has been cancelled after storms damaged roads on the proposed route.
The FIA issued a statement confirming the event will not be held:
The FIA and WRC Promoter have received a formal request to cancel next month’s Rally China (8 – 11 September), round 10 of the 2016 FIA World Rally C…
Keith Collantine started the topic Thailand race could be cancelled and decide championship in the forum World Touring Car Championship (WTCC) 2 weeks, 1 day ago
Jose Maria Lopez could be virtually assured of a third consecutive WTCC crown if rumours about the penultimate round in Thailand being cancelled turn out to be true.
The event at the Buriram circuit, which was run for the first time last year, may be cancelled due to a problem with the…[Read more]
A bit of mid-season musical chairs: With Esteban Ocon taking Rio Haryanto’s F1 seat at Manor his DTM seat will be taken by Felix Rosenqvist. Appropriately enough, Rosenqvist was Ocon’s successor as European Formula Three champion (although he’s five years Ocon’s senior).
It’s a deserved chance for Rosenqvist to impress, though he had been driving…[Read more]
Sad news from New Zealand today, Chris Amon died at the age of 73 from cancer at Rotorua Hospital this morning, Wednesday 3rd August.
Chris was most well known for winning the 24 Hrs of Le Mans in a Ford GT alongside Bruce McLaren with fellow kiwi & F1 driver Denny Hulme coming 2nd in another Ford GT.
He also competed in F1 on a semi casual…[Read more]
We’re at the summer break and those of you who’ve been reading F1 Fanatic for a while know what that means: It’s time for the mid-season driver rankings.
As always I’ll be putting the drivers in order based on how they’ve done so far this season. But I’m always interested to see what you’ve spotted about a particular racer or who’s impressed you…[Read more]
Keith Collantine started the topic Videos: Vettel testing 2017 Pirelli tyres at Fiorano in the forum Formula One 3 weeks, 4 days ago
Sebastian Vettel is testing Pirelli’s 2017-specification tyres at Fiorano today and a fan has uploaded a few videos of him in action:
Formula V8 3.5 will become the ‘feeder series’ for the World Endurance Championship next year, the championship has announced.
The championship formerly known as Formula Renault 3.5 will run at the WEC weekends in Europe at Silverstone, Spa and the Nurburgring, plus the fly-away races at Fuji, Bahrain and Autodromo Hermanos Rodriguez.
The top…[Read more]
I’d like to know where you think all the driver’s on the grid stack up in comparison to each other. For me there are three sections, the best drivers on the grid, then the strong midfield runners and then the pay-drivers and backmarkers.
Two years ago I would have easily put…[Read more]
It seems to be a strong bias against Nico Rosberg on this website among some users and I am wondering why.
There are several cases when a fast lap was set under yellow in Qualifying and the drivers did not get penalized, but there was a strong backlash in this case when it was Rosberg.
Then when Hamilton wins a race, it was because of his skill,…[Read more]
The outlook for Ferrari is looking very worrisome indeed. It’s really confounding that a company with their resources continues to fall short in F1 over so many years. I think It points to a endemic problem within the company culture. In contrast, their road car…[Read more]
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