Monthly Archives: May 2016

Seventeen years ago in Germany …

Seventeen years ago in Germany …

Grand Prix of Europe at Nurburgring, September 26, 1999, I was there. Grand Prix of Monaco, May 29, 2016. I was there. Seventeen years apart, but the story repeated itself last Sunday. Nurburgring: Eddie Irvine comes into the pits following a last minute strategy decision. Slicks for slicks to change a two pit stop strategyContinue Reading

From a manager’s point of view

From a manager’s point of view

The Spanish GP will feature the first of many moves in the drivers market this year. The Russian Kvyiat has been demoted to leave space to wonder boy Verstappen, a coup that many have thought being a consequence of Daniil’s far too aggressive mode at the start of his home race. Some more acute observersContinue Reading

Déjà vu ????

Déjà vu ????

Another year, another story? Not really sure. I am almost convinced that in 2016 we are going to witness another dominance by Mercedes. I have said it before: you cannot “invent hot water” in motor sport … winning cycles are called so because they last for 3-4 years or until the change of rules givesContinue Reading