All posts tagged: racing

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 […]

Formulae for Formula E

What’s the future of racing? This blog has been following Formula E’s progress for a while and we decided it was time to ask some questions/get some answers… Q: First of all, congratulations on creating something new and original, which Formula E undoubtedly is. Can […]

Best of 2012

Yep, our 30 favourite pics of 2012 have now been chosen… We complete this move with the link to the gallery – HERE. See you in 2013, keep checking our Tumblr. for quick updates.

Moving Pictures – Moved by LMS

Some video material from Le Mans Series was posted by your humble servant on your humble servant’s Vimeo page: Ferrari F458 Italia cars buzzing like angry beetles / General impressions from the main grandstand / Rebellion Racing’s rebellious engine noise – click HERE. The story is […]

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Guest Post: RTL GP Masters of Formula 3

August 14th, Zandvoort The Masters of Formula 3 is an event which started out in 1991 to decide who was the best F3 driver in Europe. The F3 Euro Series and the British Championship where combined to achieve this. Large starting fields produced strong races […]

Full Electric - the Future of Racing

EV Cup in Uncle Sam’s Land

I’m a very curious guy, curious by nature and I like to subsribe to newletters (also by nature). I obviously had to sign up for the EV Cup’s newsletter and found one in my e-mail inbox today. Looks like Portugal and Spain aren’t going to […]

Q&A With Bridgestone Motorsport on MotoGP

Q: MotoGP season so far from Bridgestone’s perspective? Are you happy with the way things are going – riders’ feedback, etc.. Bridgestone Motorsport: So far this season, after three pre-season tests and two races, we’re happy with the way things are going. There were no […]