The 2008 F1 DVD review hit the shelves on Monday and you can read a full review of it here. Here’s some more ideas if you’re planning to buy a DVD or video for an F1 fan – or hoping to unwrap one yourself.
F1 has introduced a new qualifying system at least once per season since 2003. Although the current qualifying system is quite popular the Formula One Teams’ Association is discussing more changes today. Is their proposal any better than the ones that have gone before? Do we really need another qualifying system? Vote below.
The 2008 F1 season review DVD has a lot of action to pack in and so, for the first time ever, it has been released as a two-disc set. The quality of the footage is usually excellent on theses DVDs – have FOM kept that up while fixing the niggling faults that have afflicted recent […]
Lego! Scalextric! Wine! Sausages! More fun and unusual gifts with an F1 link (however tenuous)…
The Formula One Teams’ Association meets tomorrow to discuss changes it would like to introduce in F1. Writing on F1-Pitlane Dan Brunell declared: I hope with the teams having a new sense of power with FOTA, they can stand up to the FIA. Are FOTA a positive influence in F1? Do they have the strength […]
Annuals and calendars are pretty typical gifts at this time of year and as you’d expect there’s a good selection of F1 versions available. Here’s a look at which are the best.
Christopher Gleason suggested “A look at cars the driver’s love outside of work” as the topic for an article. I’ve had a scour around the internet to find out what cars F1 drivers own and here’s what I’ve found, from supercars to superminis…
Nelson Piquet Jnr appeared in Sao Paulo, Brazil to round off Renault’s series of F1 roadshows. He entertained the crowd with a demonstration in an R27. Renault’s roadshows has visited Johannesburg (South Africa), Rotterdam (The Netherlands), Kiev (Ukraine), Lisbon (Portugal) and New Delhi (India) this year. With Red Bull cutting its Red Bulletin magazine and […]