Turkey Is Back On The Menu!

Istanbul Park returns to the F1 calendar for 2021, replacing the Singapore GP.  To celebrate this brilliant news, we thought we’d throw back to the insanity of the 2010 race to remind you of how good this track can be! Remember the days when 5 drivers from 3 teams had a genuine title fight for the

What Makes a Good F1 Track?

And why the new Russian GP in St Petersburg won’t be any better than Sochi. Last month (June 2021) it was officially announced that the Russian Grand Prix will be re-homed from the 2023 season, onwards. Since 2014, F1 has visited the Sochi Autodrom every season for the Russian Grand Prix. To say this has

Coops Conclusions: Styrian GP

You Can’t Kill a Bull with a Silver Arrow… The chequered flag dropped on the Styrian GP a couple of days ago with another Redbull victory (4 in 4) Max Verstappen increased his lead at the top of the Championship to 18 points with Mercedes closing the gap in the Constructors this is the title

Baku Blowout

It has been a few days since the Baku Grand Prix, Mark Webber’s scream has gone quiet, although thinking about it still makes me smile. Its time to get my thoughts on the weekend’s actions. Qualifying the Red Flag … The usual qualifying set up was split up with 4 red flags and 5 accidents,

Coops’ Conclusions: Monaco

Formula 1 returned to Monaco for the first time since 2019, the Monaco GP is probably one of the most ridiculous races on the calendar, in recent times it did not give us a race to talk about, 2021 was no different. Although on the other hand there was a lot to talk about.  Let

Williams and 750

This Sunday will mark the 750th race for Williams Racing. A remarkable achievement in modern Formula 1, although Williams Racing is not the force it once was, they have achieved great things since entering as a Constructor in 1978, let’s take a quick trip down memory lane with Williams Racing. The Beginning After the break

Lando Lands at McLaren

Today saw the announcement that Lando Norris and McLaren Racing will be extending their partnership. In a statement released by McLaren, it was confirmed that Lando Norris as agreed a multi-year deal to continue to drive for the British based team. McLaren Racing is pleased to announce it has extended its relationship with Lando Norris,

FIA To Clamp Down On Bendy Rear Wings

Redbull gives you wings right? But how bendy are they? Well that seems to be the question the FIA is going to be asking. F1 teams have never been shy of loopholes and innovation. Thats exactly what keeps it exciting. It was only last year that we saw Mercedes with their DAS design. With a small pull

Mercedes Reign in Spain

Mercedes scores another win in Spain, Lewis scores 100 and Redbull are left wondering what they can to beat the best …. 2020 has already seen its fair share of incidents, the coming together between Bottas and Russell in Imola, track limits at well every track, the fall of Aston Martin and of course the

A Glint at the Sprint

A new era of Formula 1 has been ushered in for 2021, Sprint Qualifying “races” have been approved for three races, meaning that it will be first time in Formula 1 that the Grand Prix is not the only race during a Championship weekend. Why the change? The general idea of the sprint races is