Last week I started my review of the 2012 Formula One Season by ranking the teams in my view from 12th to 7th. I am concluding the teams review with the better half of the table this week with places 6th to 1st.
Deserving Fernando Alonso may be but that shouldn't suggest that Sebastian Vettel is less so. Vettel and Red Bull put a serious challenge on for the title late in the season. What Vettel and Red Bull have done is nothing short of brilliant.
I will be crossing my fingers, eyes and toes (sexy look, I know) in the hope that F1 in America at the Circuit of the Americas is a success. For Formula One to be a true WORLD Championship it has to include America.
A team on animators and computer engineers has created a wind tunnel which uses light instead of, well, wind. The video recreates
If you've ever seen a Formula One race - or its frankly absurd street cars - you might not expect McLaren to make electric
An F1 driver's job is to race cars - shouldn't we just let them do that?
In one of the most sensational transfer stories of F1's history Lewis Hamilton has announced that he is to leave McLaren after fifteen years and move to Mercedes, who have offered him a three year deal beginning at the start of the F1 season 2013.
Lewis grew up in the McLaren system and has been a part fo their driver stable for 14 years but there comes a time when young man must make the decisions, good ro bad, that will define his own career on terms he feels he has singlehandedly chosen.
It must have taken quite a sales pitch to convince Lewis that success lies away from McLaren, a team he has been nurtured by since a young age. Many will claim he has followed the dollar signs, and the media will only focus on that - I say bollocks to that.
In the last couple of years my home town of Portsmouth has undergone something of a curious transformation. This normally risk-averse island has been putting two fingers up at the cainophobic by opening up a number of jaunts that would not look out of place in my former residence, London.