With the Circuit of the Americas readying itself for its first Grand Prix in just over thirteen months time, Red Bull Racing busied itself filming at the Texan arena.
This weekend sees the beginning of the 2011 British Formula 3 Series and where better than the historic motor racing temple that is Monza.
The BBC announced yesterday that former Red Bull driver, David Coulthard is to join Martin Brundle in the commentary box for their Formula 1 broadcasts.
Former Formula 1 and Sportscar boss, Tom Walkinshaw has passed away at the age of 64. The Scot had been suffering from cancer for some time, before eventually succumbing to the disease
With 2010 slowly grinding to a halt as Christmas approaches, I got in contact with Justin to see how he was getting on.
When Felipe Massa pull aside for Fernando Alonso at the Hockenheimring in July, it signalled more than just an unwilling acceptance of team orders at Ferrari, but may indeed have signposted the end of Massa’s time as a driver in a top team.
At the beginning of yesterday morning's Korean Grand Prix, the race was held stationary for over an hour as organisers assessed what were, in reality, crazy conditions. Such was the lack of drainage from the Yeongam circuit, that spray was a large problem, despite there not being excessive rain.
While many racing fans will speak of Ayrton Senna as the last fatality over a Grand Prix weekend, we must not forget those that died in accidents outside of the cockpit. Friday September 10th signalled the tenth anniversary of the death of track marshal, Paolo Ghislimberti.
Just before today's qualifying session at the Monza, the BBC broadcast delivered this absolute gem. As presenter Jake Humphrey was talking to co-presenters David Coulthard and Eddie Jordan about the team orders problems in the sport, a kindly Ferrari mechanic did what most viewers would love to do, by blocking out the much derided Jordan … Continue reading When the BBC get it right…
When Roland Ratzenberger hit the wall at Villeneuve corner at Imola on April 30th 1994, Formula 1 was left to face with its first competitive fatality since Ricardo Paletti at Montreal twelve years earlier.