Honda’s attempted return to Formula 1 racing as a full constructor lasted exactly 53 races. In that time it ascended to the top step of the podium and then plunged to the back of the field once again. After two seasons in the doldrums many expected the team to get back on its feet in […]
I’ve been back on Sky News tonight talking about the fall-out from Honda’s F1 withdrawal: This video was very kindly encoded and uploaded by the Sidepodcast team (subscribe here) so big thanks to them.
Where you’re after a new biography of Lewis Hamilton with all the 2008 bits in, a quality F1 book for a fan, or just a good old-fashioned hardback to curl up with on the sofa, this comprehensive guide to the best in new and recent F1 books will help yu pick the right title.
2009 F1 season
Honda president and CEO Takeo Fukui has officially announced the withdrawal of Honda from Formula One.
Following the news of Honda’s decision to quit F1, the question now is whether other car manufacturers or other Formula 1 teams will follow suit. Will another team quit F1 before the new season begins on March 27th, 2009?
Pitpass and GrandPrix.com are questioning the future of Honda’s F1 team and suggesting it could be sold or pulled out of F1. Is this just speculation during a slow time for Formula 1 or is Honda about to become F1’s first victim of the financial downturn?
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.