Tag Archives: Red Bull

The present and the future

The present and the future

After Ferrari’s debacle, he did what everyone expected him to do and that is to win the 2017 World championship Title before the Abu Dhabi epilogue if doable. Lewis Hamilton took home a well deserved crown for the fourth time in his career, cementing a series of outstanding results and dominance and fighting off aContinue Reading

THE PERFECT DISASTER

THE PERFECT DISASTER

A freak crash? A weird jam? You can call it as you wish, but don’t call it a “normal racing accident” coz there is nothing normal about what happened at the start of the Singapore Grand Prix last Sunday night. I remember a movie called “the perfect storm” and I remember how the meteorologists triedContinue Reading

All in the Family

All in the Family

Rosberg’s success in Suzuka has meant victory for Mercedes-Benz in this year’s Manufacturers Championship with four races to go. Ferrari and Red Bull failed to pose a serious problem to the silver arrows in 2016 and they are now fighting their own battle for second place. Pretty boring stuff. For three years now, Mercedes haveContinue Reading

Three for Two

Three for Two

Three of the leading cars collided less than three hundred meters after the start of the Belgian Formula One GP. Three cars when there is only room for two. And for the three drivers that was the beginning of hell. At the end of the race, dominated by Rosberg, fingers were pointing in every direction.Continue Reading

MAXMANIA

MAXMANIA

I have been involved in a few discussions over the social media, exchanging opinions on Verstappen’s Monaco weekend. For this I have decided to write my own, in the space that I have created for myself. Young Max is a very good Formula One driver, young, but very talented. I was physically present when heContinue Reading

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