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Opinion and analysis by a long-time Formula 1 observer and fan.

Monaco Before and After F1

Monaco Before and After F1

Fascinating pictorial comparison of normal street traffic and the racing circuit in Monaco. Did you know that the apex of Ste. Devote (Turn 1) is normally a roundabout that is removed every year then put back afterwards, as are the bollards? Full Article...

Where Is the Gravitas?

Where Is the Gravitas?

Damon Hill observes that despite its current unpredictability, F1 appears to lack drivers with the complexity and depth of Ayrton Senna and his predecessors. Full Article...

Is F1 Still Epic? (Shh…)

Is F1 Still Epic? (Shh…)

F1 may be losing its epic tradition. With its technical and power soul neutered, Formula One racing under this season's new regime may not even be worthy of being called F1. Formula One has taken another step into the never-ever land of entertainment, not true sport. Full Article...

RIP The Lollipop Man

RIP The Lollipop Man

For decades, the "lollipop man" controlled pit releases in F1. Now they've been replaced by automated light systems. RIP. Full Article...

The Ride

The Ride

In 1991 British Grand Prix winner Nigel Mansell gave Ayrton Senna a lift back to the pits. Today, Mark Webber is penalized. One is iconic, the other absurd. Full Article...

Is The World Championship Over?

Is The World Championship Over?

Technical dominance is an integral part of Formula One motor racing. But that has not diminished the excitement or competitiveness of the F1 World Championship in recent seasons. Full Article...

Pathetic Penalties

Pathetic Penalties

It has gotten to the point in Formula One where the stewards have to be stopped. Let them race, gentlemen! Full Article...

Don’t Blame the Drivers

Don’t Blame the Drivers

It’s just absurd that Pirelli is trying to shift blame to the Formula One drivers and teams. For a generation of drivers who have grown up with the modern safety-oriented culture of F1, their threat to boycott the "new" Nürburgring this weekend is completely understandable, and perhaps even Full Article...

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