Friday , 22 October 2021

Opinion

Is there Enough F1 Social Media Presence?

Glenn Dunbar/Williams F1

“I’m not interested in tweeting, Facebook and whatever this nonsense is” were words uttered by Bernie Ecclestone just over a year ago now. From that, it seemed as if F1 was well and truly stuck in the dark ages: no presence on massive social media platforms which simply gets people talking. F1 seemed more worried about quashing all F1 social media …

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Red Bull are central to F1’s future… Ferrari must give them what they want

Scuderia Ferrari S.p.A

After two very poor years for Red Bull’s standards, it seems Red Bull and Renault will be splitting up at the end of the season. Despite winning four drivers’ and four constructors’ championships between 2010 and 2013 (and it may well have been five if not for Brawn GP in 2009), Renault have struggled since 2014 and the introduction of …

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Scott Dixon: Worthy Champion or Just Lucky?

So that was that. The 2015 IndyCar championship did indeed get decided by the completely unnecessary usage of double points at the final round of the season at Sonoma. That is not taking anything away from the overall victor however – Scott Dixon, who at the end of the day, won more races than anybody else, and with the system …

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Does IndyCar Need a Virtual Safety Car?

Yellows breed yellows. It is commonplace in IndyCar to see multiple cautions (or full-course cautions, full-course yellows (not to be confused with the WEC version), safety cars, whatever you want to call them) in an IndyCar race, and not uncommon to see the pace car out within seconds of it coming back in after an incident. In fact, it’s one …

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F1 needs tweaking, not re-building

For all the negativity around Formula One lately, Silverstone did serve up a cracker of a race. Great starts, accidents, safety cars, virtual safety cars, rain, rain stopping and more rain. It really did have everything. Maybe someone should have told the 140,000 crowd at Silverstone about the negativity towards F1. The talk of boring races, a crisis in the …

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