It’s Very Simple: Didier Perrin Q&A (Part 1, GP3 and F2)

Diego and Tony caught up with Didier Perrin, GP3 Series’ and Formula 2 technical boss, in Valencia during the last pre-season test in late April. Here’s what they were talking about… Diego Merino: Didier, could you talk us through some new features on the GP3/16 […]

Paella Valenciana: GP3 Testing (Travel Blog)

Our boys Tony Hall “Of Fame” and Diego Merino were hard at work in Valencia today and yesterday, running up and down the GP3 pit lane and chatting with people, taking photos, skyping and generally gathering material for some mighty exclusives coming your way. Here’s […]

Bahrain F1 Grand Prix Notes by Diego Merino

Back-to-back races, from Tilkedrome A to Tilkedrome B, means no time to waste, pack immediately before and during the race and catch a flight Sunday evening from Shanghai straight to Bahrain. Getting there is easy, some flying Emirates or Qatar Airways, making a quick transfer […]

Chinese Grand Prix Notes by Diego Merino

Following colourful and blue skied parks of Melbourne, we moved to the opposite, in every sense of the word, into the foggy and heavily polluted Shanghai, stage of the Chinese Grand Prix since 2004. Mood walking into the massive Chinese paddock was positive, season was […]

Australian Grand Prix Notes by Diego Merino

Some time ago, a knowledgeable F1 insider, who for many years has organized tours for wealthy Americans to follow F1 Grands Prix around the world, shared his thought that the best races on the F1 calendar always began with an “M”: “Monaco, Montréal, Monza and […]