All posts tagged: lewis hamilton

FIA F3: Spa Therapy (FRI-SAT-SUN & Next Gen updated)

Interviews and photos by Sergio Álvarez. Following a brave suggestion from one of our spam readers, a gentleman called Chris Miravalle, I’d like to quote here what he (she?) left us in the comments below. “Write more, thats all I have to say. Literally, it […]

Lewis of Arabia – Fighting for a Better Yesterday

A few months ago we published an open letter to Sir Lewis Hamilton ⇓ Regarding his activism… on social media. Feels like the timing is right to revisit our old post, especially with all the hullabaloo surrounding the 2021 Formula 1 Saudi Arabian Grand Prix. […]

Sergio’s Column: Open Letter to Lewis Hamilton

Dear Lewis, First and foremost, I write to you because I regard you as a nice bloke as far as I am concerned. Unlike the case with many of your colleagues, we have not exchanged a single word, but I only hear good things about […]

The F-wordgate Revisited

I seriously doubt it was called that way… Anyhows. I recently came across one of my most cherished and prized possessions: McLaren’s printed team statement (‘as a team’, classic Ronspeak) following the 2007 Hungarian GP. Y’all know the score, right. The little ones can google […]

#Race1000 Photo Gallery

It wasn’t the best of F1 races, it wasn’t the worst of F1 races. I’ll once again defend it for the fans who bought the tickets and came out in force to support their fave drivers/teams. The so-called #Race1000 could’ve been held at a different […]

Durian Grey – This is Ridiculous!

By: Cyril Nikitenko #SingaporeGP Notes I always felt like F1 was coming to Singapore only because of durians – I like their delicious taste and lovely teen spirit smell. Also, squashing a durian with my Portuguese Calçado Guimarães sh*t-kickers is the highlight of the year […]

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 […]

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 […]

Jerez F1 Testing Pics, Day 3, Paddock Shots

Atmosphere in the paddock – for your eyes only. It was difficult to produce anything new; in fact, nothing’s changed since 2011 – at best the Renault motorhome is now called Lotus and team garages were distributed slightly differently. No Marussia F1 unfortunately, I liked […]