All posts tagged: jerez

Jerez GP3/F2: Notes of the Observer

It is now eleven years ago when I first watched an F1 car running in front of my eyes, and I could hear the noise of a V8 engine; and it was in Jerez. However, to be honest, I have not paid attention to many […]

GP2 on Caffeine: Hullo, Jerez

Now is the hybrid winter of our F1™ discontent, made glorious @GP2_Official summer by this sun of Jerez (Oct 6- 8). And for the first time in GP2’s short history (Formula 3000’s naturally aspirated successor is currently in its early teens!) the next generation of […]

Spanish Massage, Part 7

“Spiritual awakening” – how’s that for a short description of the Jerez Formula 1 test? Yes, while Formula 1 teams and drivers are busy practising esalen massage at the second official pre-season test of the 2015 in Barcelona, we’ll look back at Jerez, albeit with […]

Spanish Massage, Part 1

Things happen for no reason at all, sometimes they don’t happen at all. Maybe they happen for a reason after all… iberianmph.com “redaction” has just been informed that it will be travelling to Jerez Formula 1 happening, or as my Oxford dictionary puts it, “altogether […]