So you’re off to Silverstone for the race. But where on the 5.1km track will you find the best view? I’ve watched four Grands Prix and loads of other races at Silverstone from every conceivable part of the circuit. So here’s my thoughts on where to watch the race from.
Two further twists in the Nigel Stepney espionage case came today – the most dramatic of which links McLaren employee Mike Coughlan to the scandal. Stepney was officially suspended by the Italian team and it has emerged that McLaren has suspended Coughlan in connection with potentially receiving documents from a Ferrari employee in late April. […]
Going to the British Grand Prix this weekend? If you’ve not been to the Silverstone race before these are the essential items you need in your bag to survive three days at the Northamptonshire track: From cash to Kangaroos. Also don’t forget to read more tips from other people who’ve been to Silverstone.
German television channel RTL have created this 3D video of Robert Kubica’s enormous 75g crash in the Canadian Grand Prix. Related links Now FOM bans amateur video of Kubica’s crash New video of Robert Kubica’s Canada crash FOM makes YouTube remove Kubica crash videos Kubica escapes injury in violent crash Canadian Grand Prix 2007 review […]
We’ve got a selection of photos from last weekend’s French Grand Prix available for you to download for your desktop. Enjoy! Related links French Grand Prix 2007 wallpapers More F1 wallpapers Tags: f1 / formula one / formula 1 / grand prix / motor sport
From the archives this month: Qualifying to be replaced by a race shoot-out and Fernando Alonso replacing Michael Schumacher at Ferrari. Plus the United States Grand Prix that never happened – on the streets of the nation’s capital.
Formula 1 might have seen the last of the Circuit Nevers. Bernie Ecclestone has made it clear that F1 will not return to the isolated venue in the future. F1 has raced at the track for the past 17 years and has seen precious few great races. So are you glad to see the back […]
McLaren weren’t on Ferrari’s pace at Magny-Cours – but some bad strategy calls made the gap look even greater. A questionable switch to a three stop strategy did nothing to help Lewis Hamilton’s cause. And whoever made the tactical decisions for Fernando Alonso left him behind two drivers he had already overtaken at the end […]