by , 13th Sep 19 4:14 pm

After four years, my office chair has become somewhat delipidated. It has been my rock, I have shed tears, screamed, laughed, roared, cheered in that seat. It’s as if my trusty old office chair was by my side through thick and thin. Its time has come and gone, now it is going off into the […]

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by , 19th Feb 19 11:50 am

After covering 160 laps on day 1 of pre-season testing at Barcelona Ferrari and Sebastian Vettel set a marker for others to follow. Despite a spin early on Vettel set a benchmark time of 1:18.61 on medium compound tyres. But his time has to be taken into context. Lewis Hamilton set a qualifying time of […]

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by , 16th Oct 18 3:03 pm

Time means progress and progress means evolution. However, Felipe Massa believes that the current V6 Hybrid engines are way more powerful than the V8 era engines ever were. The former Ferrari and Williams driver retired from F1 in 2017, the Brazilian has experience of both engine formulas. He was speaking after a demonstration run at […]

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by , 10th Apr 18 12:50 pm

They say history never repeats itself but if you happen to be a stand-up comedian the chances are history will repeat itself for every performance. Lotus are using their motor racing history to ensure history is at least resurrected. The Exige Cup 430 Type 25 is a collectors edition says Lotus. That’s great marketing for history […]

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by , 14th Sep 17 10:55 am

The chief F1 reporter for the BBC, Andrew Benson, reckons the breaking of a contract between Honda and McLaren could be “good for all”. He is, of course, barking mad and turning into a pit lane sycophant. Rumour has it that McLaren want to end their Honda engine deal and make a switch to Renault power. […]

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