As usual for this time of year talk turns to who’s driving for whom next season, and it seems only fair that I do my now annual musings on the Williams team’s options in the year to come.
Sebastian Vettel won the race from Pole Position and never looked like losing the lead at any point, it felt a little like watching a race from last year!
I never expect much from the Spanish Grand Prix,
I grew up in the times when every F1 team tested at Barcelona basically every week which lead to some quite boring races. Nothing prepared me for the excitement and eventual jubilation that I would feel from just a qualifying session! Continue reading
I first heard that the Red Bull Speed Jam was coming to my current residence of Cardiff a while back, but not being a great fan of the drink and my support of the F1 team waning in recent years, I didn’t take much notice of exactly where or when. Continue reading
There’s been a lot of talk recently about the prospect of Rubens Barrichello leaving the Williams F1 team at the end of this season. Continue reading
Rather fitting for this Easter weekend we are going to look at someone whose F1 career has (in a very loose and contrived way to suit the timing of this piece) followed the path of the alleged son of God, rising and falling before a resurrection.
During round 1 of the 2011 Formula 1 World Championship in Australia, BBC pundit Eddie Jordan reaffirmed his dislike of the Kinetic Energy Recovery Systems (KERS) that many teams are using, as they did in 2009.