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Archive for April, 2010

Three Races, Three Constructors

Three Races, Three Constructors

This has been an exciting start to the 2010 F1 Season. In three races, three different teams have taken the top step on the podium. Hasn’t happened in F1 for 20 years, since 1989-90 and the days of the Senna-Prost feud. Congrats to Sebastian Vettel and to Red Bull for their 1-2 finish. More Full Article...

Red Bull Has Already Lost Title Race—Lauda

Red Bull Has Already Lost Title Race—Lauda

He was a great driver and F1 World Champion but Nikki Lauda has done little as team advisor to Ferrari and others over the years. He may be right on this one, though. “There must be consequences,” Lauda told the German newspaper Bild. “Two races and two victories lost because of Full Article...

Michelin Could Make F1 Return

Michelin Could Make F1 Return

Yes, there is talk that in 2011, Formula One (which is losing Bridgestone as sole tire supplier) may see a return to the "tire war" days of yester-year. Full Article...

Monza Victory Lap

Monza Victory Lap

This shot of Schumacher's 2006 Monza victory lap entering the final Parabolica corner — arms raised for and by the fans — illustrates the passion of the Tifosi. Taken personally by and copyright © 2006 by Glenn Manishin. Full Article...

Eau Rouge

Eau Rouge

This steeply uphill kink is the most impressive and feared corner in all of Grand Prix racing. Photo from the 2005 Begian GP at legendary Spa-Francorchamps. Taken personally by yours truly. (Copyright © 2005 Glenn Manishin).   Related Posts:Mighty Eau RougeSweeping Through Eau Rouge Full Article...

Pray For Rain At Sepang?

Pray For Rain At Sepang?

John Leicester in USA Today writes that “more than rain” is needed to make Grand Prix races exciting. The underlying problem with F1 remains that it is still too difficult under normal circumstances for drivers to pass each other. That is mostly because of the way F1 cars are designed Full Article...

Hamilton Backtracks On McLaren Tire Criticism

Hamilton Backtracks On McLaren Tire Criticism

After the Australian GP, McLaren’s Lewis Hamilton lambasted the team for calling him in for a second tire change pit stop. “Whose call was it to bring me in?” the 2008 world champion asked his team over the radio during the closing stages. “A fricking terrible idea,” Full Article...

F1 Timeline

F1 Timeline

Courtesy of Google, a timeline of Formula One history. Full Article...

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