All posts tagged: f1

Formula 2: You Too? Q&A With Didier Perrin

Before F2 returns to action in Barcelona, our guys, Tony and Diego, grill FIA Formula 2’s technical boss, Didier Perrin. This is part two of our GP3/F2 spring series of interviews. Diego Merino: Didier, let’s talk current F2 car. It’s 2011 car, rated as probably […]

#RussianGP: A Great Day for Boredom

This year’s Russian Grand Prix wasn’t the most exciting F1 race I’ve ever seen (dictated mainly by follow-the-leader track layout), however having a brand new winner is always great for the sport, especially if it’s someone called #Bottas and he’s also a hashtag trending on […]

El Gran Premio de España arranca… ¡en Madrid!

Valió la pena el esfuerzo del Circuit de Barcelona-Catalunya por acomodar su agenda promocional a los planes de Carlos Sainz. Ahora podemos decir que la presentación resultante del Gran Premio de España 2017 en Madrid fue inigualable: muchas de las entrevistas al piloto de Toro […]

Q&A with @TataCalde

Interview with Tatiana Calderón, DAMS, Valencia GP3 Testing 25 April 2017 Tony Hall: Tatiana how, are you adapting to this year’s GP3 car with the addition of DRS (Drag Reduction System) and VSC (Virtual Safety Car)? Tatiana Calderón: Well, I think it is very interesting and a […]

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 […]