Year: 2020

You Must be Yoking! F2 Fun from Bahrain

Interviews by Sergio Álvarez; photos by Diego Merino; also feat. screen grabs from @FIA_F2 Bahrain… Those three magic words! Its barren Bahraini landscape is more like Mars, methinks – and our keen bot readers will know how eager for and enthusiastic I am about the […]

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Talking F2 / F3 Heads: the Best of e-Pressers

Cover photo by Diego Merino. What goes on through one’s brain in January and February each year? One’s brain is thinking. Formula 2™… Formula 3™… And it’s thinking of pitlane, crossing the pit road carefully, taking a pic, chatting with a driver, maybe even waving […]

Portuguese Grand Prix: the Art (Updated)

You know, it’s nice when Formula One teams go so far as to design proper artwork to celebrate a Grand Prix. Some (team bosses?) seem to dig it, some don’t – and that’s why it probably has never caught on ‘bigly’ in the paddock. Illustrators […]

When the Racing’s Over…

Yeah, I mean… I’ve been meaning to repost these pics for quite some time now and without question they’re proper vintage in 2020, a good 13 years after they’ve been originally taken (in addition considering what happened to the man as well). So let’s talk […]

Good Lap @ Goodwood #gwspeedweek

With the “wonderful” year that we’re having one of our favourite events on the motorsport calendar, Goodwood FOS, has been unfortunately cancelled; everyone could feel that coming since the start of literally batsh*t crazy 2020 (is Batman still considered OK or did they ban it […]

Russian GP Afterthoughts, FIA F2: Brilliantovaya Ruka

All interviews: by Sergio Álvarez. Photography: by Diego Merino FIA Formula 2 Sprint Race in Sochi lasted for only a handful of laps and here’s why. ⇓ Our top 3 finishers were: Guanyu Zhou (UNI-Virtuosi Racing) Nikita Mazepin (Hitech Grand Prix) Mick Schumacher (PREMA Racing) […]

Forza Stefano: What FIA F2 Drivers Want from Domenicali

Unoficially we knew this for quite a while; now we know it officially: Stefano Domenicali will become president and CEO of Formula 1 next year. One of the original “spaghettari” in the F1 paddock, Domenicali went through the Ferrari meat grinder and survived the experience. […]