Kyle Stephens commented on the post, Haas didn't want new livery to be a "complete copy" of Lotus 2 years, 11 months ago
If they were so concerned, they could have inverted the colours.
Black on gold, instead of gold on black. Now THAT would have been a striking car.
There is no doubt that circuit safety has improved. However, one cannot ignore the elephant in the room – many of his circuits do not promote racing. We can look to tyres, aero and devices like DRS to ‘improve the […]
Kyle Stephens commented on the post, Stroll takes the final place on the 2019 F1 grid at Force India 3 years, 1 month ago
I did not see this one coming . . .
Kyle Stephens commented on the post, Vettel admits he wasn't "at the top of my game" in 2018 3 years, 2 months ago
“Certainly, here and there, looking back I haven’t been at the top of my game so I look at myself first. I think I can be better than I was at times this year.”
Seems fairly balanced and reflective to me.
Kyle Stephens commented on the post, What is – and isn't – driving F1's fluctuating share price 3 years, 2 months ago
Fantastic analysis on the side of F1 that rarely gets such a detailed examination in the media.
While some of us boffins can be interested in the off-track strategic battles, that’s not really what attracts and retains the majority of viewers – hard-fought, wheel-to-wheel racing.
Keep management and […]
Kyle Stephens commented on the post, Renault to decide 2014 customer engines options in September 9 years, 7 months ago
And the ethos at Ferrari to strongly favour their number one driver is exactly the reason why, even if offered a contract, it would be a bad career move for Perez to join Ferrari.