All posts tagged: formula 1

A steeper mountain to climb? #AustrianGP

By: Sergio Álvarez Did Mark Webber know something before the weekend that the rest of us still had to discover? His words against grid penalties for mechanical troubles seem now premonitory. “There have been so many ridiculous penalties over the last five years that the […]

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KUB is Back!

By: Cyril Nikitenko Standing in the main grand of the Estoril circuit in Portugal in late 2005 and being totally squeezed by enthusiastic motor racing fans who turned up en masse to watch Renault F1 Team’s demo featuring Franck Montagny and the R24 with its […]

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Baku 600 – Support Your Troops #AzerbaijanGP

By: Cyril Nikitenko “With the lights out, it’s less dangerous” slogan evidently didn’t apply to what we saw last Sunday on the streets of Baku, Azerbaijan. Maybe Kurt got it wrong after all! I mean, how exciting was it to watch an angry and provoked […]

Guti a Través del Espejo (por Sergio Álvarez)

Admítelo. Los pilotos que provocan disputas contractuales no suelen ser aquellos que tú te imaginabas de acuerdo a sus resultados demostrados. Con Esteban Gutiérrez esta curiosa regla parece haberse vuelto a cumplir: su salto a la IndyCar ha venido acompañado de un agrio divorcio con […]

Canadian Grand Prix Notes by Diego Merino

Following Monaco, the F1 circus found itself dashing all team equipment back to England, having two days to reset things again, and fly again Sunday (only a small 6-hour direct hop) across the North Atlantic to Montréal. This is an extraordinary Grand Prix in every […]

The Grand Monaco Covfefe

By: Cyril Nikitenko The grand Monaco covfefe is a big mystery: sometimes you can get it so wrong, but sometimes it can surprise you in a very unexpected and positive way. And boy, it certainly did in zë principauté in 2017! I’ve mixed feelings about […]

#SpanishGP: Have They Already Made F1 Great Again?

By: Sergio Álvarez (additional F2/GP3 notes by Cyril Nikitenko; photography by Diego Merino) There was a time when the Circuit de Catalunya was considered a scale where overtaking was almost impossible and we all would be sentenced to watch a processional race. But that was […]

#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 […]