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Archive for June, 2011

Canada — Now or Never to Halt Red Bull Rampage?

Canada — Now or Never to Halt Red Bull Rampage?

While Sebastian Vettel is now on a tear, what a difference a year makes. This would be the same young German who at this point last season was being written off by many as a mistake-prone, not ready for prime time under-achiever. Full Article...

Team Protests Doom Bahrain Grand Prix

Team Protests Doom Bahrain Grand Prix

The Bahrain Grand Prix now looks dead for the 2011 season after Bernie Ecclestone conceded the race cannot be rescheduled without the consent of the F1 teams. Ecclestone had supported moving the race to 30 October after the season opener had originally been postponed because of political unrest in Full Article...

Max Mosley’s Morality And the Bahrain GP

Max Mosley’s Morality And the Bahrain GP

Max stands on the right side of history, saying that reinstatement of the Bahrain Grand Prix is inappropriate because F1 "is being used by the regime in order to further its aims, so it almost becomes an instrument of the regime oppressing the people." Full Article...

Lewis Threatens To Quit

Lewis Threatens To Quit

Lewis Hamilton has warned he will turn his back on Formula One if he is denied the opportunity to race in his own inimitable style by the stewards. That still begs the question whether Hamilton’s daredevil displays are too gung-ho or if they will be heralded later, like Senna, as manna from Full Article...

Red Bull in Casino Square

Red Bull in Casino Square

This shot of the Circuit de Monaco's famous Casino Square, from an uncommon angle, brings home how narrow the principality's twisty streets really are compared to today's wide F1 cars. Full Article...

Late Red Flag Saves Sebastian Vettel in Monaco Thriller

Late Red Flag Saves Sebastian Vettel in Monaco Thriller

Sebastian Vettel got lucky in the gamblers paradise Sunday as he emerged victorious from a stormy Monaco Grand Prix. The reigning F1 driver's titleist took a massive risk by staying on the same set of option (soft) tires — a move that looked set to backfire as Fernando Alonso and Jenson Button Full Article...

An F1 Car Actually Driven Upside Down

An F1 Car Actually Driven Upside Down

Was the theory that the aerodynamics and wings of a Formula One race car generate enough downforce to drive upside down proven at Indianapolis on the Hot Wheels Test Track this weekend? Full Article...

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