Renault is revving up its preparations for the return of Formula 1 racing to France at Circuit Paul Ricard (Le Castellet) later this year, after confirming an official partnership with … Continue Reading Renault to partner the French #F1 Grand Prix
DANIEL RICCIARDO, Position: 3rd, 1:20.280 (Practice 3 – P3, 1:20.726) “When I saw Fernando had spun in Turn 9, I was furious as I was up on my lap by … Continue Reading Hungarian Grand Prix- Red Bull Racing Report #RBR #F1 #HungarianGP
DAY OF CONTRASTS, WITH TRACK TEMPERATURES IN EXCESS OF 50 DEGREES IN FP3 TO TORRENTIAL RAIN IN QUALIFYING DELAYED START TO QUALIFYING AND MULTIPLE RED FLAGS: WET, INTERMEDIATE AND SLICK … Continue Reading Hungarian Grand Prix Qualifying- #Pirelli #F1 Report
Formula 1 seems set for a raft of changes come 2017. We’ve been waiting to say that for a while now. Meetings were held about meetings. Fan surveys were undertaken. … Continue Reading F1- Change for Change’s Sake Doesn’t Always Equal Progress
If you’d asked me at the start of the season who would have been the top 3 in the Championship, having watched pre-season testing, I’d have said Hamilton, Rosberg, and … Continue Reading Top Ten F1 Drivers 2015 – Hall On F1
Pirelli will bring the following three compounds to Bahrain and China for the second and third rounds of the 2016 Formula One championship: P Zero White medium P Zero Yellow … Continue Reading PIRELLI ANNOUNCES COMPOUND CHOICES AND MANDATORY SETS FOR THE 2016 BAHRAIN AND CHINA GRANDS PRIX
There have been flashes of colour throughout this season. Sebastian Vettel revitalised the scarlet (Marlboro) Ferraris and turned them into Mercedes’ closest challenger in the process. A pole in Singapore along … Continue Reading 2015 F1 Review- Adapt Or Die – Hall On F1
QUALIFYING: Mercedes driver Nico Rosberg set pole for the Brazilian Grand Prix using the Pirelli P Zero Yellow soft tyre, nominated together with the P Zero White medium this weekend. … Continue Reading Pirelli Brazilian Grand Prix Report – Motorsport.ie
MERCEDES GOES FASTEST IN BOTH FREE PRACTICE SESSIONS, USING MEDIUM TYRES IN THE MORNING AND SOFT TYRES IN THE AFTERNOON CONDITIONS STAY DRY IN INTERLAGOS SESSIONS DESPITE SOME RAIN IN … Continue Reading 2015 Brazilian Grand Prix Practice Sessions- Pirelli Update.
This has been a season to remember for Moto GP. I feel I need to put that out there early on because it has been largely overshadowed by recent events. … Continue Reading Moto GP- The Grand Finale- with David Hall
“No great genius has ever existed without a touch of madness” We all make mistakes, because we are all human. A bad judgement call. A rush of blood to the … Continue Reading Rossi Vs Marquez- Theory 1, with David Hall
Far before the days of blogging (Blog is an abbreviation of “weblog”, apparently!), my first ever article was published in CarSport Magazine. It must have been the early 90s, when … Continue Reading Motormouth’s Mutterings- Does My Blog Look Big In This?!
The USGP was a race that very nearly didn’t happen. American Formula 1 fans must have thought “Never again” when they attempted to watch Formula 1 this weekend. Those that … Continue Reading Hamilton Claims 3rd Title in US GP Thriller – Hall on F1
Formula E did a lot of things differently in its inaugural season. Top of the list was how it eagerly grasped onto social media and fan interaction. Both teams and … Continue Reading Formula First as Formula E announce Facebook Link – with David Hall
I can probably (ok, definitely) seem overly critical of Formula 1 at times. I’ve tried to explain it as seeing something that you love make all the wrong choices. … Continue Reading Back To The Future – Hall on F1
There are certain things you don’t need to think twice about, like Scarlett Johansson offering you a drink at a bar. Needless to say I didn’t need a second invite … Continue Reading It’s a Track Test- Not a comeback… I think. With David Hall