Guest writer Andrew Tsvyk concludes his look at the history of Japanese drivers in Formula 1. See part 1 here. This second instalment covers the likes of Takuma Sato, Kazuki Nakajima and Ukyo Katayama. Plus, the only driver to stand on the podium at his home race.
It’s that time of year when we look ahead to the final round try to figure out who needs to finish where to win which championship. Long-time readers of this site know I don’t think very much of points systems and think they should be scrapped. Bernie Ecclestone thinks so too, and when you look […]
Japan’s Honda engines have won 72 Grands Prix in over two decades of F1 competition. Another Japanese F1 product, Bridgestone tyres, which officially made their first appearance in the series in 1997, have 138 wins. But when will a Japanese driver make it to the top step of the podium? In a two-part series guest […]
Details are emerging about the agreement reached between the FIA and FOTA, representing the F1 teams, following their meeting at Geneva today. A joint statement from the two declared “significant cost savings for 2009 and 2010″ had been agreed but added no further detail. However Autosport has published details of some points of the agreement […]
Ferrari’s Shanghai switch provoked the usual debate over team orders – but it also signified a development that could have a crucial bearing on the outcome of the world championship: Kimi Raikkonen is now the faster of the two Ferrari drivers. Do you agree? Is this good or bad for Felipe Massa? Here’s what I […]
Max Mosley and the representatives of the Formula One Teams Association are meeting in Geneva today to discuss future rules that could transform the face of Formula 1. It comes after several weeks of leaks, off-the-record briefings and the usual subterfuge that occurs whenever F1′s political tectonic plates start to shift. Central to today’s discussion […]