All posts tagged: formula 1

Grill the Grid Girls: Sergio’s Column

Disclaimer: no grid girls were harmed in the making of this story! What is an ideology? There is some consensus among social scientists to regard ideology as any system of ideas whose utility is to provide a global explanation to the reality around us. Consequently, […]

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Stupendous or not Stupendous? F1 c.2017

“From about ’85 to about ’95 or 2000 it was un-freaking-believable! Every time you went to the race track, it was bigger, and bigger, and bigger. But you know, I think the product right now is better than it’s ever been. But we, as societies, […]

Sergio & Diego Go Deep with @JethroBovingdon

Q&A: Jethro Bovingdon Motoring journalist and road car tester, turned TV presenter As soon as we start the interview, we contemplate a very interesting library behind Mr. Bovingdon: An Autocourse yearbook, a bunch of Evo magazine copies, some Ferrari stuff… and a couple of Porsche […]

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 […]