All posts tagged: sergio álvarez

FIA Formula 2: Calm In Imola

Header image by Diego Merino; quotes by the FIA F2 media service. As the FIA Formula 2 leaves the ever charming eternal Imola, the tables have turned in the championship standings but not by much: Drugovich remains the consistent points-scorer that he is in 2022, […]

FIA Formula 2: Calm Before Imola

FIA Formula 2 peeps, its graduates fill up Formula 1 and IndyCar grids, as well as WEC, LM24-related race seats which in turn means it works. What’s behind the success of this competition, the Artist Formerly Known as GP2? It’s a question we won’t try […]

FIA F2, Abu Dhabi: What They Said and Like So

Interviews by Sergio Álvarez; photos by Diego Merino. The season finale for the FIA Formula 2 was really more about confirming Oscar Piastri’s title, saying goodbye for the time being to Guanyu Zhou (he can always make a shock comeback, seeing that he didn’t win […]

Iberianmph Digital Shorts & Pants: FIA F2 @ Jeddah

Interviews by Sergio Álvarez. It might have been a very strange event for Formula 2 in Saudi Arabia but not all hope was lost: there was a maiden win for Ferrari junior Marcus Armstrong, a major cock-up for the young Alfa F1 bound Zhou in […]

FIA F2/FIA F3: When in Sochi (FRI-SAT-SUN-UPDATED)

Interviews by Sergio Álvarez. Sochi is weird. Not as Austin perhaps but there or thereabouts. It’s a conundrum. The location is nice – but fairly removed from Moscow or St Petersburg, meaning that only locals are likely to show up and watch. The track itself […]

FIA F2: Pronti, Partenza, MONZA (FRI-SAT-SUN updated)

Interviews by Sergio Álvarez; photos by Diego Merino. Over the years we’ve been visiting Monza for the Italian GP and its magic and history always shone on us. You can check out our archive, featuring stories and photos from Diego and Sergio: iberianmph.com/tag/monza One of […]

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 […]