Posts Tagged: F1

A Momentary Lapse of Reason

Whenever I talk about the current Formula One season, I do so with absolutely no certainty as to the outcome, only the journey that will take us there. My view, since before all twenty four cars first took to Melbourne’s

A Momentary Lapse of Reason

Whenever I talk about the current Formula One season, I do so with absolutely no certainty as to the outcome, only the journey that will take us there. My view, since before all twenty four cars first took to Melbourne’s

Prancing Bull

So there we are, Lewis Hamilton and the McLaren strategists delivered a well earned victory in Montreal and with it, the 25 points that take the 2008 World Champion past rivals Sebastian Vettel and Fernando Alonso, and into the lead

Prancing Bull

So there we are, Lewis Hamilton and the McLaren strategists delivered a well earned victory in Montreal and with it, the 25 points that take the 2008 World Champion past rivals Sebastian Vettel and Fernando Alonso, and into the lead

Forget about rounds 1-6, Formula 1 2012 starts here

In a season of 20 races, contested by 24 exceptional drivers, six of whom are former world champions, it seems inevitable that Formula 1 in 2012 will be defined by individual moments rather than individual dominance. The first six rounds

Forget about rounds 1-6, Formula 1 2012 starts here

In a season of 20 races, contested by 24 exceptional drivers, six of whom are former world champions, it seems inevitable that Formula 1 in 2012 will be defined by individual moments rather than individual dominance. The first six rounds

undigniF1ed

When Jean Todt and Bernie Ecclestone speak to the world, they do so as ambassadors for the world of motorsport and Formula 1. As a person who has competed in motorsport, who works in motorsport, and who pays to watch

undigniF1ed

When Jean Todt and Bernie Ecclestone speak to the world, they do so as ambassadors for the world of motorsport and Formula 1. As a person who has competed in motorsport, who works in motorsport, and who pays to watch

Missing the Apex – Why Formula 1 should not race in Bahrain

It’s very easy to sit on the sidelines, or in this case in my office, and make comments and judgements on issues many miles away. The joy of the internet is that the world is now a much more accessible

Missing the Apex – Why Formula 1 should not race in Bahrain

It’s very easy to sit on the sidelines, or in this case in my office, and make comments and judgements on issues many miles away. The joy of the internet is that the world is now a much more accessible

The Fast and the Spurious

Back in the 5th century BC, the Greek historian Herodotus announced that “very few things happen at the right time, and the rest do not happen at all: The conscientious historian will correct these defects.” Consider Sunday’s Grand Prix in

The Fast and the Spurious

Back in the 5th century BC, the Greek historian Herodotus announced that “very few things happen at the right time, and the rest do not happen at all: The conscientious historian will correct these defects.” Consider Sunday’s Grand Prix in

Massa-Gate, the New Evidence

Image by Haydar Turkhan Sunday 25th July 2010 was a dark day in the history of Formula One. Germany’s Hockenheim Ring was the scene of a blatent abuse of the Sporting Code when Ferrari’s Felipe Massa, who had been leading

Massa-Gate, the New Evidence

Image by Haydar Turkhan Sunday 25th July 2010 was a dark day in the history of Formula One. Germany’s Hockenheim Ring was the scene of a blatent abuse of the Sporting Code when Ferrari’s Felipe Massa, who had been leading