We had a lot to discuss about Nelson Piquet Jnr last week when a lucky safety car call gave him the opportunity to transform what had been a dismal season in a single race. So how has that second place changed our view of a driver who had been struggling in the first part of […]
Police are investigating the death of a man at the Renault F1 team’s headquarters in Enstone, Oxfordshire. According to a report in the Oxford Mail: Police have released no information about their investigation and would not comment tonight on reports that a firearm was involved in yesterday’s incident, which happened at around 11am. Paramedics were […]
It’s time to don your thinking hats and predict the top three for the Hungarian Grand Prix. Read my prediction and pick the podium below.
Formula 1?óÔé¼Ôäós ten teams have formed a new group to represent their interests in the sport following a meeting at Ferrari?óÔé¼Ôäós Maranello headquarters. It looks like another move in the power games that have been going on between the sport?óÔé¼Ôäós regulators (the FIA), the commercial rights holders (FOM) and the teams, which intensified during the […]
The 2009 Indy Car calendar has been announced and there are three big changes. The Nashville oval is out and two of the top ex-CART/Champ Car venues join the schedule. Both are street tracks: the first is Long Beach, the iconic CART venue once used for Formula 1, which will hold the second round of […]
Here’s a selection of F1-related highlights I’ve found on the web in the past week or so – could we be in for more wet weather action at the Hungaroring? Plus Michael Schumacher has an altercation with a pedestrian, the strange reason behind Timo Glock’s huge crash in the German Grand Prix, Emerson Fittipaldi on […]
Here’s a video showing how a BMW mechanic suffered an electric shock and was thrown to the ground when he touched a car fitted with a Kinetic Energy Recovery System (KERS): The incident occured during testing at Jerez last week. Links below.
Journeyer concludes his two-part guide to the Hungarian Grand Prix. You can read the first installment here. 1997: The Hungaroring’s twisty configuration meant cars with lesser grunt could be competitive at the front. So Damon Hill, who up to now was uncompetitive in the Arrows, suddenly managed to slip past Michael Schumacher for the lead […]
The “Life behind Lewis” DVD competition was easily the most popular competition I’ve run on the site so congratulations to the five of you who’ve won. Are you one of the winners? Find out below…
The Hungaroring is a rather odd place. It is as tight and twisty as Monaco but minus the Armco, the harbour, the glitz and the glamour. It is also a place with two personalities: its races can be dull and painfully boring but they can also be action-packed and exciting. While it tends to be […]