The oldest team have proved themselves to be in many ways, relics of an age Formula 1 needs to ensure it sees the back of. With the nonchalance and continued arrogance of true elder statesmen the men from Maranello seem content ...Read More
- Posted on July 30, 2010.
In their quest for mechanical grip British Grand Prix, Red Bull overlooked the mechanics of the mind. The resulting fallout has left them with much to think about over the remainder of the 2010 season. No sooner had I written of ...Read More
- Posted on July 16, 2010.
Ding ding. Seconds out, Round 10. We have the Battle of Button, sorry Britain. The return of the Red Bull's to what is becoming a favourite hunting ground of theirs, and a still simmering Ferrari seeking revenge. In the middle of it ...Read More
- Posted on July 9, 2010.
Valencia - a race previously short of action - was anything but. Sebastian Vettel and Red Bull returned to winning ways while Fernando Alonso showed that old wounds heal awfully slowly. When it comes to matters of heart, the first cut ...Read More
- Posted on June 30, 2010.
Luca di Montazemelo - one of modern Formula 1's elder statesmen - has been a grumpy old man of late. From back markers to a lack of testing time, Ferrari not being able to use their fabled Maranello test track, or just ...Read More
- Posted on June 26, 2010.
'Relationships are a funny thing. Just the misplaced word or action and things can snowball. And if you don't catch them, they can snowball into something big'. A quote less Freudian, more Dr. Cox-ian from Scrubs no less. A decision made ...Read More
- Posted on June 13, 2010.
Loyalty and Formula 1 really don't mix. Sure they get mentioned in the same sentence, but you'll need to look hard for it. Perhaps somewhere in the garage behind the used tyres. F1 is a brutal sport, where all the talk ...Read More
- Posted on May 29, 2010.
The tide can turn pretty quickly in F1. For Mark Webber, The Monaco Grand Prix brought in a wave of belief that this could actually be his year. Eight days and two dominant performances have seen Webber’s stock go up no ...Read More
- Posted on May 21, 2010.
Robert Kubica, Fernando Alonso and Nico Rosberg are well known for their love of a card game or two. 'You've got to gamble' as Andy Gray would say. Robert Kubica has certainly done that so far this weekend. Warm tyres and ...Read More
- Posted on May 16, 2010.
Many feared a processional train at the Spanish Grand Prix. In the end back markers played as much part in the race headlines as the front-runners, causing no end of trouble, blue flags, and uncomfortable moments on the racing line. With ...Read More
- Posted on May 13, 2010.