The history of spending in Formula 1, by teams and the sport, is analyzed to predict and discuss what current trends surrounding F1 will bring. The article is chalk-full of awesome [nerdy] charts and graphs (the lead image in this post showing each team’s budget by year: Green = WCC, Blue - Average) »
I know us American F1 fans are all thrilled to see an American-owned F1 team making a go of it, but there’s been a lot of conjecture that the forthcoming Haas F1 Team will be to Ferrari what STR is to Red Bull. Not so, says Haas. »
We’re just a few rounds into the championship and things are clearly heating up off-track. Lets try and take a look at some of the issues thus far that we’ll most likely be lapping off track throughout the season:
[Lewis Hamilton likely gave his insurance agent a heart attack when he drove the 1955 Mercedes W196 championship winner around the old Monza Oval. While he went for an authentic no-helmet look, I’m not sure if Fangio, Moss and Uhlenhaut were wearing flat-brim hats. Three more pics after the jump.] »
The rules and regulations of the future Formula 2 series are to be finalized in a few weeks’ time, thus we are throwing some ideas into the designated, purposeful box. »
A great (and pleasantly light-hearted/relaxed) sit-down interview with World Champions Lewis Hamilton and Sebastian Vettel. They discuss when they first met each other, teammate rivalries, and a little back-and-forth banter as they discuss a close encounter in China. »
Besides regulation changes, the biggest swap on the grid was McLaren reuniting once again with Honda, while ditching the current dominating power plant by Mercedes. According to Ron Dennis, this was done because the engines have become so complex, that no customer team gets a chance to customize the engine as they see… »
The 2015 Formula 1 Grand Prix at Bahrain began as a fist fight with Mercedes lining up on the clean side of the grid and Ferrari opposing on the dirty side. In a hot and sandy Bahrain, could Ferrari prance by Mercedes to victory? »
The cars are lining the grid and the formation lap is about to start. Soon the lights will go out and we will be racing the 4th round of the 2015 F1 season at the Bahrain International Circuit. This is an open discussion of the race; spoiler adversionists beware!
Lewis Hamilton has locked out every pole position of the 2015 season thus far, but Ferrari are right on the Silver Arrows’ tail with the German in Red looking to set the weakest Mercedes driver in his sights first.
NBC Sports commentator, Will Buxton, analyses Ferrari's recent resurgence in 2015 with Sebastian Vettel, Maurizio Arrivabene, and James Allison coming together to blast off from the disappointment of the Alonso-years. »
Lewis Hamilton, yet again, began the 2015 Chinese Grand Prix from pole at the Shanghai International circuit. In the other Mercedes W06, Nico Rosberg lined up beside his teammate with Sebastian Vettel's Ferrari lurking just behind on the second row of the grid and the Williams splitting those "annoying Ferraris," as… »
The cars are lining the grid and the formation lap is about to start. Soon the lights will go out and we will be racing the 3rd round of the 2015 F1 season at Shanghai International Circuit. This is an open discussion of the race; spoiler adversionists beware! »
Was Ferrari's surprising but deserved victory the end of the brief Mercedes dominance or the wake-up call the squad needed? Would Red Bull get their act together? Find out here how the F1 grid shaped up for the big race. »
Welcome to the third round of Formula Oppo, the only fantasy Formula One game worth a damn. This week we continue our eastern adventure by heading to communist-capitalist joint clusterfuck known as Nouveau China. But who cares about human rights when the circus comes to town? Right? No? Well fuck you and your concerns… »