All posts tagged: formula 1

Notes from Monza by Diego Merino

During these times of change in Formula One, some of it necessary, other not really, we find ourselves back at Monza, the last remaining place where one can feel the soul of the sport. Forget the chaos, we have always expressed how much we love […]

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#BelgianGP Makes F1 Tweeps Come Together? Yeah.

By: Cyril Nikitenko Formula 1’s summer break gave F1 tweeps some time to relax, climb a mountain or two, fly into space or maybe throw a few wild yacht parties, the usual, you know. Me, I staged a staycation, just lying on me sofa in […]

Loud and Clear: First Impressions Count by Cyril Nikitenko

Another contributor [to personality crisis in motor racing] is political correctness. I think we’re at the point where we can’t defend this whole argument that racing has to lead the technology for the road car industry. In fact, right now it’s the exact opposite. The […]

#HungarianGP: Who Melted in the Hottest Event?

By: Sergio Álvarez Yes, we agree, there was no surprise at the Hungaroring. You could smell the final result even from the plantations of the countryside at Mogyorod, while you were approaching the track complex. The twisty Hungarian layout was going to suit the Ferrari […]

F1 “Kubed”

By: Sergio Álvarez For us at Iberianmph, staying put at the Hungaroring test after the race weekend was a no-brainer. Indeed, it was a natural consequence of having chatted with the current grid of F2 and GP3 young talent, for the last two days have […]