Bringing back refuelling will not solve F1’s overtaking problem

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After months of anticipation and despite a mouth-watering line-up of teams and drivers, not to mention the biggest grid in 15 years, the Bahrain Grand Prix was a damp squib. And that’s putting it politely. But the F1 community – be it the fans, the teams or the rule makers – should not be too … Continue reading Bringing back refuelling will not solve F1’s overtaking problem

F1 should bring back testing as an event

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Michael Schumacher’s return to F1 and Jaime Alguersuari’s debut in Hungary has sparked a debate over the problems with the ban on testing during the season this year. The ban was intended to cut costs, but it has caused problems for teams wishing to evaluate new drivers. I think F1 is missing some valuable opportunities … Continue reading F1 should bring back testing as an event

F1 victim of its own greed as Malaysian GP fails to go the distance after late start

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The Malaysian Grand Prix failed to run its full distance after a massive downpour made racing conditions impossible F1 races have always been at the mercy of the weather and everyone understands the impact that can have on them. But Bernie Ecclestone’s decision to start the race so close to sunset was a serious mistake. … Continue reading F1 victim of its own greed as Malaysian GP fails to go the distance after late start