The White Zone: Shame on Formula 1 and the FIA

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Two laps? Was that really the best Formula 1 and the FIA could do? If so, they should be absolutely embarrassed by that farce they passed off for a “race.” In case you missed it, heavy rain red-flagged the Belgian Grand Prix at Circuit Spa-Francorchamps. It never relented, the field turned two laps behind the […] READ MORE


Three big stories: Richmond

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And just like that, NASCAR reaches the quarter-mark of the season. Sunday was the first of multiple weekends featuring the NASCAR Cup Series, the NTT IndyCar Series and Formula 1. All three gave us stories to discuss. With his victory at Richmond Raceway, will Alex Bowman take the next step in his development? Martin Truex Jr. channeled […] READ MORE


Max Verstappen puts on clinic in Abu Dhabi

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Going into Sunday’s race, Max Verstappen never led a lap at Yas Marina Circuit. When the lights went out, he put on a clinic in the Abu Dhabi Grand Prix and took the final checkered flag of the season. The driver of the No. 33 Red Bull Racing Aston Martin started from pole and led all […] READ MORE


Flat tire costs George Russell chance at victory

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George Russell took advantage of a massive opportunity and dominated, Sunday, at Bahrain. Even after a miscue by his team on pit road cost him the lead, he climbed back through the field and ate away at Sergio Perez‘s lead. It was his race to lose. Suddenly, debris punctured his left-front tire. He couldn’t put it […] READ MORE


Sergio Perez capitalizes on Mercedes follies to win in Bahrain

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Sergio Perez walked out onto the podium, holding the flag of his native Mexico. He stood and listened as “Himno Nacional Mexicano” played over the loudspeakers of Bahrain International Circuit. After that and the presentation of trophies, he picked up his champagne bottle and sprayed both Esteban Ocon and Lance Stroll. When the celebrations died down, he sat […] READ MORE


Ayrton Senna’s First Victory-1985 Portuguese Grand Prix

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On a cold, rainy day in Portugal, a legend was born.  It was April 21, 1985, and the Autodromo do Estoril was being drenched by a constant downpour of rain and the chill was inescapable. The Portuguese Grand Prix was the second race of the Formula 1 season and little did fans know they were […] READ MORE


Formula 1 Teams Reveal New Cost Cutting Package

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Formula 1 teams have come to an agreement regarding a new cost-cutting package for 2021. The new package is aimed at lowering the cost of racing and closing the gap between the teams.   The budget cap will include an attempt to leveling the playing field regarding research and development for the teams. New Budget Conscious […] READ MORE


Formula 1 Announces Plans for 2020 Season

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Formula 1 CEO, Chase Carey released an update today on Formula 1’s 2020 Season, giving fans around the world some hope for racing in the near future. While announcing some races, including the French Grand Prix in June, would be canceled, Carey gave fans a light at the end of the tunnel so to speak, […] READ MORE


1962 French Grand Prix-Gurney’s First Win

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The French Grand Prix was run on a beautiful, sun-kissed day on July 8, 1962, in Rouen, France. While two British drivers, Jim Clark and Graham Hill, seemed to be the fastest on track, at the end of the day it was an American that claimed the victory. The victory was a first not just […] READ MORE


A Legend’s First Victory in the 1959 US GP

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It was a perfect, sunny Florida day on December 12, 1959.  The United States Grand Prix was about to be run to a smaller than expected crowd, despite the beautiful weather. It was the last race of the 1959 World Championship of Drivers and the International Cup for Formula 1 Manufacturers, and only the second […] READ MORE