McLaren has put the motorsport world in a very interesting position this silly season. With their IndyCar entry now being used as another home for their testing stable drivers they now have the opportunity to use it in a manner not seen before in the motorsport world. The closest thing we have seen to thisContinue reading “The McLaren Situation”
Daniel Ricciardo has had a very rough go of it in the last few seasons. After making the decision to leave Red Bull at the end of the 2018 season, the Australian driver has yet to replicate the success he had with the team. His reasoning for leaving Red Bull lied in the fact thatContinue reading “Why Danny Ric Would Thrive In IndyCar”
By: Vincent Van Der Hoek Mikey McGuire The month of May came to a dramatic close today with the 106th running of the Indianapolis 500. More than 325,000 race fans descended on Speedway, Indiana to embrace all the tradition that surrounds the greatest spectacle in racing. The past two weeks have seen many hours ofContinue reading “Swedish Meat-Borgs”
Edited by: Michael McClure Adil Muhammad In December 2020, I wrote a pretty standard feature calling out Race Director Michael Masi on his questionable actions throughout the 2020 season. Little did I know that it was just the beginning and that almost a year after my first article was published, I would have enough materialContinue reading “The Multiple Mistakes of Michael Masi”
It is without questions that the future of motorsport is electric vehicles. We have seen racing series spring up that convert the classic racing series to electric, whether it is Formula E or Moto E they have all been born out of an existing non-electric series. But with sustainability in mind, there exists an opportunityContinue reading “The Future of Motorsport is Scooters”
As you may know if you have followed the blog, the first race I ever watched was the 2019 Canadian Grand Prix. It being the two year anniversary of my introduction to the sport, I thought I would revisit it and see if it still holds up as one of my all time favorites. TwoContinue reading “Canada 2019 Revisited”
This Sunday, Formula One ran the second round of the 2021 season in Italy at the Imola. On Saturday, Lewis Hamilton took pole position, but not without a fight. With a challenge by Lando Norris in the McLaren and both Red Bull cars qualifying 2 and 3, Hamilton was in for a hard-fought race. SundayContinue reading “An exciting day at Imola- Imola GP recap”
Edited by: Flip Jacobsen In the 1970s, English businessman and owner of the Brabham racing team Bernie Ecclestone became the CEO of Formula One. Ecclestone held that title for almost 50 years and led the sport through some of its toughest moments. Bernie ran the sport with a very traditionalist mindset when it came toContinue reading “How Liberty Media Changed F1”
The current year was a peculiar one and Formula 1 was no different. The 2020 season was an incredibly strange year for Formula One. But despite all the commotion off track, the racing was as good as ever. One glaring issue, however, were the questionable decisions by race control, especially the one that lead toContinue reading “The Many Massive Missteps of Michael Masi”
This morning Red Bull Racing officially announced the signing of former Racing Point driver Sergio Perez. After months of speculation and a busy night of strong rumors, the night before the Austrian team announced the signing via Twitter. The new acquisition leaves Thai driver, Alex Albon as Red Bull reserve and test driver forContinue reading “Red Bull Announces Signing of Sergio Perez”
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