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Is Formula One suddenly too complicated? Not a chance.

April 12, 2011


The thrilling Malaysian Grand Prix has left some asking if Formula One has suddenly gone too far in pandering to calls to spice up the show. It’s been suggested the addition of DRS and KERS plus the introduction of fast degrading Pirelli tyres has made the sport too complicated, with the 50+ pit stops and […]

Moveable rear wings are not needed and already dying

July 1, 2010


Proposals for the mad moveable rear wing appear to be struggling already, just days after being announced out of the blue. At today’s F1 Fans’ Forum, McLaren principal Martin Whitmarsh said the option was still open to not use the devices at all, while engineer Jock Clear, of Mercedes, argued the sport has to be […]

Silverstone’s new track and changes for 2011

April 29, 2010


Silverstone launches its new track today as the Northamptonshire circuit marches on into a new decade of Formula One. A new paddock and pit will open for the 2011 event, while these upgrades in the second half of the lap will increase average speed and boost overtaking opportunities. It’s all very exciting and should make […]