All posts tagged: sergio álvarez

Sergio & Diego Go Deep with @JethroBovingdon

Q&A: Jethro Bovingdon Motoring journalist and road car tester, turned TV presenter As soon as we start the interview, we contemplate a very interesting library behind Mr. Bovingdon: An Autocourse yearbook, a bunch of Evo magazine copies, some Ferrari stuff… and a couple of Porsche […]

Keep Austin Idiosyncratic – #USGP Report

By: Sergio Álvarez #USGP Notes “Keep Austin weird”, says the old adage in Southern US. The F1 people would agree with this sentence, as the Circuit of the Americas has become one of the most exciting places they travel to. Nonetheless, earlier this year, Movistar […]

Tête-à-tête with @ReneBinder12 (FIA Formula 2)

Symmetries are beautiful, aren’t they? After stints in GP2 with five different teams over the last five seasons (Arden, Trident, MP Motorsport, ART and Carlin), 25-year-old Austrian René Binder was once again news in the F2 paddock. This time he replaced Roberto Merhi at Rapax, […]

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 […]

FIA F2: Sergio Álvarez Habla Con Álex Palou en Jerez

Por protocolario, el automovilismo  poco tiene que envidiar a ningún otro deporte. Para muestra, ese señor con barba estirado de la antesala del podio de Fórmula 1. Se llama Alexandre Molina y se encarga de las banderas, las botellas de agua, la orientación a las […]

Formula 2: The Burning Issue

By: Sergio Álvarez Over the last few years, things have stayed excessively quiet in Formula 2 from the political and technical points of view, don’t you think so? However, the current F2 chassis is already seven years old, and the Support Series paddock awaits with […]

#HungarianGP: Who Melted in the Hottest Event?

By: Sergio Álvarez Yes, we agree, there was no surprise at the Hungaroring. You could smell the final result even from the plantations of the countryside at Mogyorod, while you were approaching the track complex. The twisty Hungarian layout was going to suit the Ferrari […]