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Bernie Ecclestone “Horrified” By Lack of Sound In F1

Bernie Ecclestone “Horrified” By Lack of Sound In F1

Bernie Ecclestone says he was "horrified" by the lack of sound from the 2014 F1 cars at Sunday's Australian Grand Prix and has vowed to find a way of "making them sound like racing cars." Full Article...

F1 Fuel-Flow Sensors Explained

F1 Fuel-Flow Sensors Explained

Craig Scarborough explains the science of Formula 1's 2014 fuel-flow regulations following the exclusion of Daniel Ricciardo's Red Bull from the Australian Grand Prix Full Article...

A Racing Revolution?

A Racing Revolution?

This season sees the introduction of new powers unit consisting of a 1.6-liter V6 turbo engine and two Energy Recovery Systems (ERS). 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...

Ferrari F14T – Analysis by Craig Scarborough

Ferrari F14T – Analysis by Craig Scarborough

Craig Scarborough of scarbsf1.com examines the technical impact of F1's 2014 rule changes on the new Ferrari F14T. Full Article...

Red Bull Drops Nose Bulge as Ferrari Adds One

Red Bull Drops Nose Bulge as Ferrari Adds One

Red Bull Racing has introduced a different nose cone for its RB9 at Canada, one that drops a bulge underneath the nose, while Ferrari is testing its own nose bulge for the first time. Full Article...

More On Tires

More On Tires

The idea that the world’s most elite open-wheel racers must (literally) drive slowly just to make it to the next pit-stop window perverts the character of the sport. Full Article...

Renault Explains F1 Engine Throttles

Renault Explains F1 Engine Throttles

A rather interesting technical analysis of throttle design and performance in F1 by F1technical.net. Full Article...

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