F1 track records set to tumble


F1’s ever-tighter technical regulations haven’t stopped the cars getting even quicker in 2010. This year’s cars are lapping on a par with the 2004 machines which set many of the lap records at the tracks on this year’s calendar. That’s despite the cars of 2004 having much freer aerodynamic regulations, softer rubber because of the … Continue reading F1 track records set to tumble

F1 Fanatic round-up: 11/4/2010


A little later than usual following some internet connection problems, here’s the Sunday round-up: Links Durango F1? Don?t make me laugh. (The Buxton Blog) “Durango?s time in GP2 was not short of controversy. From as early as Imola 2006 the team was in hot water for contravening regulations by manufacturing their own parts rather than … Continue reading F1 Fanatic round-up: 11/4/2010

Why you should watch… IndyCar


Think ‘IndyCar’ and many European racing fans think ‘ovals’. But this year’s IndyCar championship features more road and street tracks than ovals as the series becomes ever closer in spirit to its CART heyday.

F1 Fanatic round-up: 9/4/2010


Want to write a guest article for F1 Fanatic? You can find all the information you need in the revised and updated page here: Write for F1 Fanatic: Guest articles. Here’s today’s round-up: Links Classic Team Lotus Festival to feature priceless Grand Prix car display (Snetterton) Any Lotus enthusiasts or F1 fans in the Norfolk … Continue reading F1 Fanatic round-up: 9/4/2010

Can Key transform Sauber’s fortunes?


Sauber have had a difficult start to 2010, with four mechanical failures from six starts and zero points on the board. From the next race at China new technical director James Key will be in charge of the team. Can he turn their fortunes around?