Twenty years ago today, three-time Formula 1 world champion Ayrton Senna lost his life in the San Marino Grand Prix. Ayrton Senna was more than an F1 champion, he was a life champion. Which is why in death his ...Read More


There's a lot that's said behind closed doors. Take Mitt Romney for example. When the Presidential candidate spoke of the 47% of American foodstamp dependent 'victims', he spoke freely in the apparent comfort of a Republican fundraising event. The Formula 1 ...Read More


Sitting watching qualifying for the Valencia Grand Prix, from sunny Trapani, Sicily, I was struck by two things. The first being that my ability to say ‘hello’, ‘goodbye’ and ‘thank you’ in the crudest of Italian accents left me ill equipped to ...Read More


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


We're in the age of austerity. Don't worry; this is no political diatribe but the reluctant voice of the whole F1 paddock. Ferrari Red, Williams Blue or Renault Yellow; whichever way you look there's a realisation that the big bucks just ...Read More