Author: buttonchello

Keep Austin Idiosyncratic – #USGP Report

By: Sergio Álvarez #USGP Notes “Keep Austin weird”, says the old adage in Southern US. The F1 people would agree with this sentence, as the Circuit of the Americas has become one of the most exciting places they travel to. Nonetheless, earlier this year, Movistar […]

Tête-à-tête with @ReneBinder12 (FIA Formula 2)

Symmetries are beautiful, aren’t they? After stints in GP2 with five different teams over the last five seasons (Arden, Trident, MP Motorsport, ART and Carlin), 25-year-old Austrian René Binder was once again news in the F2 paddock. This time he replaced Roberto Merhi at Rapax, […]

Jerez GP3/F2: Notes of the Observer

It is now eleven years ago when I first watched an F1 car running in front of my eyes, and I could hear the noise of a V8 engine; and it was in Jerez. However, to be honest, I have not paid attention to many […]

FIA F2: Sergio Álvarez Habla Con Álex Palou en Jerez

Por protocolario, el automovilismo  poco tiene que envidiar a ningún otro deporte. Para muestra, ese señor con barba estirado de la antesala del podio de Fórmula 1. Se llama Alexandre Molina y se encarga de las banderas, las botellas de agua, la orientación a las […]

Una Mañana en la Tele Con Sergio Álvarez y Diego Merino

“Seis, ocho millones de espectadores. Estas son cifras con las que nunca pudo soñar ningún director teatral o novelista y menos aún Esquilo, Sófocles o Eurípides” Fernando Fernán Gómez. El pasado jueves 16 de marzo, nos desplazamos hasta los estudios de Movistar + en Tres […]

How to be quick at Macau… by the master of said track

Interview by Sergio Álvarez with the contribution of Diego Merino. Images provided by Felix Rosenqvist’s media service. Street circuits are a popular feature among motorsport fans. They tend to provide 50% of the show by displaying their particular locations and by playing with the additional […]

F1’s Jurassic Park (by Sergio Álvarez)

I’m not a materialistic guy. I consider myself more of a philosophical one, always curious for almost any discipline, or for any episode emanated from present times. However, such a characteristic of me was put to test at Monza. For the first time, I felt […]