A behind the scenes look at how a top Historic Grand Prix Racing team works By: Tony Hall Iberianmph.com was in the garages, pitlane and paddock to see first-hand how a top Grand Prix Historic Racing team works on a race weekend. Invited by Forza […]
On people & things with @padmore56 [Part 2] Questions submitted by Sergio Álvarez, Diego Merino, Cyril Nikitenko Which F1 car is the one that you have never driven/owned but you still dream of? Nick Padmore: It’s got to be an F1 car from the 1990s, […]
On people & things with @padmore56 Questions submitted by Sergio Álvarez, Diego Merino, Cyril Nikitenko Q: I have made up my mind and decided to start a career in historic racing. What should my first steps be? Nick Padmore: Well, unfortunately historic racing is quite […]
We have followed the progress of Max Smith-Hilliard and his racing mentor/driver coach, Nick Padmore, closely over the last few years, with both Nick and now Max claiming the FIA Masters Historic Formula 1 Championship titles along the way. A lot has happened since 2014, but […]
Jarama and Formula 1. Nowadays, those two concepts don’t get on too well in the minds of the younger generations of Spanish motorsport fans. It’s even easy to forget that the top track from the whole region of Madrid hosted a handful of GPs in […]
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World, I’m happy to share with you this glorious press release fresh from my mail inbox. @spindriftmedia‘s rapid PR response made this post happen. Also, feel free to check out my previous feature on Padsta’s art behind the wheel of a racing car. Get a glimpse […]
Modern Formula 1 wants to be able to tell the story of thermal efficiency; classic Formula 1 never bothered with such nonsense – thermal deficiency and lack of political correctness dominated the tracks. The cars were the stars and really challenging to drive (no gimmicks […]