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By: Pamela Rocca
The Brazilian Grand Prix on October 21, 2007 was the all-time race to watch. It would officially announce the champion driver and team of 2007. All eyes were on Lewis Hamilton to take the title in his first year of Formula One. However, things didn't...
By: Malcolm Toogood
An interesting recent development in cross-sports ownership emerged when Renault F1 team Boss Flavio Briatore and Formula One supremo Bernie Ecclestone purchased English soccer club, Queens Park Rangers for 22m. Briatore, who appears to be the lead partner in this new venture, described the purchase...
Can Formula one Car Racing Survive in the Face of Global Warming Concerns
By: Ivan Anthony
Formula One (F1), is by far the most popular auto racing series in the world. The term 'formula one' refers to a set of rules and standards that all competitors and cars in the field, must abide by. It started in its current format in...
The Survival of Formula one in the Face of the Pressures of Global Warming
By: Bob Fullick
Can F1 survive in the face of global warming? Am I seeing this right? Is this REALLY being debated? I mean, come on. Thats like saying "Should we slaughter all the cows and become vegetarians as the quantity of methane expended into the atmosphere is...
Formula one Car Racing will Survive
By: Henri Zimand
Of course formula one car racing will survive.Simply because when you take the whole season of formula one car racing worldwide and add all the carbon burn it is less than one 747 plane taking off. So you cannot come and say that formula...
Why it is so hard for talented young British racing drivers to step up to Formula 1
By: Sammy Coombes
Formula One is the pinnacle of single seat open wheel racing. Its drivers become superstars and its technology shapes the future. But just why does the pool of British hopefuls to the series seem ever dwindling? Britain has long been the central hub for many...
By: James Villano
Every sport has its statistics. There is always a need to reduce an activity to the essential numbers that qualify a participant as “the best”. Statistics, by their very nature, remove the humanity from the endeavor. To say that driver “X” won at...
By: Jobo Lau
In Formula 1 racing, cars are designed with numerous aspects in mind: power, steering capabilities, aerodynamics, downforce, safety and so on. As the years progress, different technologies, upon approval from the FIA, can be used by the competing drivers to gain an advantage from the...
Who will take pole position in the 2013 German GP at Nurburgring?
By: Aditya Agrawal
The German Grand Prix is an annual automobile race that takes place alternately at its two venues, the historic Nurburgring Circuit and the Hockenheimring Circuit. Last year’s German Grand Prix took place at the famous old venue, Hockenheim. In 2011, the race held at...
By: rbnstr
Racing in Formula One is often won with proper tyre management. The tires being used have different classifications like super soft, soft, medium and hard for dry weather conditions. Then there are the wet tires that can be used when the race director declares that...

 

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