After a wee break from the blogosphere I’m back! This time out, I’m going to look at the opposite end of the spectrum from my previous Formula Young article and look at the drivers who are closer to getting their pension (not that they’ll need it) than their first race. This selection of drivers have won a … More Formula Old
This year gave us the best example of 3 time champion Hamilton going up against 4 time champion Vettel. These two are the juggernaughts of the current generation of Formula 1 drivers in terms of championship wins. … More The Train in Spain Passes After the Pit Lane
With the big names of the past 15 years coming up to retirement age, it’s important to look at the talent that’s coming through the lower teams, most of whom have only made the step up into Formula One within the last couple of years. A quarter of the drivers on the grid are 22 or under, so let’s have a look at them and see who is a potential future champion. Starting with the youngest… … More Formula Young
Unfortunately I’ve left it a wee bit late to give the Russian GP the full review it maybe deserved seeing as qualifying for Spain is on….right now. (Annoying as I took detailed notes to write it all up!). This is not because it was a forgetable race however. In fact, for one certain Herra Bottas (Mr. Bottas, … More 1st Place Finnish
Not all pit stops go to plan… … More Messed Up Pit Stops
Bahrain has been the site of a few exciting races recently, particularly the 2014 battle between Hamilton and Rosberg that really set a standard for wheel-to-wheel racing. So good in fact, I thought I’d share the highlights – Back to 2107 – with the first two races of the season being nail biters, there was … More Duel in the Desert 2.0
Sooooo you may notice that there’s a bit of a hole in my team preview articles. They kind of stop at Force India and Williams. Take my word, this isn’t because I don’t think there’s anything to say about the lower field teams, it’s more that life got in the way a little bit. BUT … More Season Openers!
This week I’ll be taking a look at the two teams who have been the two top midfield teams: Force India and Williams. Now, if I’d been writing this after any of the recent seasons before 2016, this would have been ‘Williams and Force India’, but a stunning display from Vijay Mallya’s team in 2016 … More 2017 Team Preview – Force India & Williams
Previously in my first post I briefly looked at the possible fortunes of Mercedes (you can catch up here) and how they would fair in 2017. Today, I’ll be moving down the grid and look at the two teams that have been the ‘best of the rest’ for the last 3 seasons; Red Bull and Ferrari. … More 2017 Preview – Only Bulls and Horses – Red Bull and Ferrari
Getting warmed up… … More First Things First..