Red Bull is a bellwether to F1’s health

All championship-winning teams eventually come back to earth and such was the case for McLaren, Williams, Lotus, Benetton, Ferrari and Red Bull. The fact is, it is very difficult...
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F1 to re:Invent series through ‘Artificial Intelligence’

Apart from his very comfortable looking loafers, the thing that struck me about Formula 1 technical boss Ross Brawn’s AWS re:Invent conference presentation was the content. Using AWS Sagemaker,...

Nico’s HALO incident? Whatever…

When the HALO was introduced, I voiced several concerns about its overall safety with respect to structure deformation during an accident as well as driver extraction in the case...

Defending Lewis Hamilton on India and poverty

I know what he meant. The dichotomy of what he witnessed in India near the palatial, purpose-built circuit was a challenging concept and sight to see. Abject poverty near...

F1 applauds Vietnam, warns historic tracks

A quick follow up to my original post and concerns on the matter regarding the announcement that Vietnam would join the F1 calendar. It seems that F1’s current head...

F1 state-by-state: Where does your F1 watch group meet?

A fellow F1 fan and Twitter followed sent me a message and asked if I knew of any local groups that got together to either watch or talk about...

Our 600th Podcast episode message

Episode #600 is upon us! We will record it on Sunday November 4, 2018. We hope you enjoy it.  It’s been a long road since our very humble beginnings back...

Hamilton is GOAT…Hamilton is S***!

As an American, I have to say that in some ways it seems like I am a bit of an observer in the continued debate in the UK over...

Undercut: Walking On The Moon

So here we are again, at the business end of the season, Japan is this weekend, practice is on right now, and it's the same old story (how many...

Undercut: Youth or age, you decide…

I'm not sure when it happened, I'm not sure I was aware there was a seismic shift - I can’t remember ever hearing an official announcement, but something has...

Is Kimi’s move to Sauber a ‘shame for the sport’?

It’s a “Shame for the sport”, says BBC 5 Live’s Jolyon Palmer, “There are 20 seats available in F1, to have one taken up by an underperforming 38-year-old seems...

Undercut: It’s the tires, stupid

So the old adage is again apt. Anything can happen in F1 and it usually does. Ferrari lost their chance at the dominant 1-2 on their home track in...

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