If one reads and watches enough science fiction, it is possible that a person could chance upon several different explanations and definitions of déjà vu.
While it should never be too difficult to overtake, it should not be too easy either; however measures to avoid repeats of the dire events at Bahrain and Abu Dhabi has seen the FIA introduce a rather drastic measure with the introduction of a flexible rear wing at the latest World Motorsports Council meeting yesterday.
Bitterness (bit|ter|ness)Pronunciation: :/bɪtənəs/ Noun Sharpness of taste; lack of sweetness. "The lime juice imparts a slight bitterness” Anger and disappointment at being treated unfairly; resentment “The 2010 German Grand Prix” Long term fans of the sport will have seen yesterday’s race before, specifically the 2002 Austrian Grand Prix. The callous nature by which Ferrari “guided” … Continue reading Hockenheim 2010: The Day After
When Rubens Barrichello gifted Michael Schumacher victory at the A-1 Ring at the 2002 Austrian Grand Prix, the national anthems could barely be heard for the sound of booing from the crowd. It was not just that Ferrari swapped their drivers, thereby altering the result of the race, but that the Italian squad were so … Continue reading 2010 German Grand Prix (Hockenheimring, Round 11, Jul 25th)
An interesting post on Triple League Racing regarding an ideal Formula 1 schedule got me thinking seriously - where would I have the races run and in what order. It's taken me about three days, but based on there being 19 potential World Championship races in a season with one non-championship Grand Prix mid-season, here … Continue reading The Ideal Formula 1 Calender
I must admit that my knowledge of the 1983 season is a little vague. Sandwiched in between the controversial 1982 and 1984 seasons, it is something of an anonymous year in the sport, despite the fact that the championship went down to the final race at Kyalami in South Africa. For 53 laps on the … Continue reading Reflection: 1983 Austrian Grand Prix (Round 11)