Various tech sources have began circulating gossip that Apple, could indeed be F1's longed rumored buyer. How Plausible is this? Well lets take a look at whether or not that money could end up in Bernie’s coffers.
I think we might have been heard. Rory Reid confirms him and Chris will be on the main show from now on. British tabloids also state that their segments will be given more prominence with Evans just running the Studio bits. This might be how they slowly phase him out for next season.
With 2015 coming to a close, we already have some great news for 2016 and hopefully Santa, will judge the F1 boys to have been good this year with further surprises, as we begin to look ahead to the 2016 championship.
After the bleak news that COTA is bleeding money after a great race but a not so great fan experience due to the inclement weather and the nearby Mexico GP, it is some what nice to hear that there might be a “new” team next season.
Mercedes has dominated F1 since 2014. Before, it was just another middle pack team, at best. But if you where wondering what is the cost of success, well, all you have to do is take a look at their financial statements. So lets dive in to some quick numbers provided by Autosport:
It should come to no ones surprise that there is not much solidarity between F1 teams. Approving anything unanimously is almost impossible. This was always Bernie’s strong suit when negotiating the last Concorde Agreement back in 2012. Though the Teams where united at first, all it took was a wave of the dollar bills…
It’s no new headline that Renault have been evaluating a return as a full time invested team. Neither is it new that after dominating 2010-2013 they have endured 2 painful seasons, with Red Bull leading the charge against its once biggest ally. Unfortunately, rather than history or tradition, things have boiled down…
We already know HAAS F1 will be joining the circus in 2016, but with slots left on the grid or existing teams looking for further backing, there is a chance that a group of US investors might join in next year as well.
Normally I have a hard time swallowing any comments from JP Montoya on F1. but quite frankly, he nailed it in a recent interview when he was asked how he would fix part of the problem in F1.
Excited about Ford officially returning to LeMans next year? Well, let it show while you game in one of these inspired racing themed controllers as you whiz your self past everyone in Forza 6 this coming fall.
I don’t think I have to add any sort of statement to Ferrari’s dismal 2014 season, and I’m more than glad to see them once again back on track to winning ways; though it seems to be more of a matter of luck & chance than by actual performance. Yet no matter how bad a season Ferrari have, they are simply the team that…
We’re just a few rounds into the championship and things are clearly heating up off-track. Lets try and take a look at some of the issues thus far that we’ll most likely be lapping off track throughout the season:
Besides regulation changes, the biggest swap on the grid was McLaren reuniting once again with Honda, while ditching the current dominating power plant by Mercedes. According to Ron Dennis, this was done because the engines have become so complex, that no customer team gets a chance to customize the engine as they see…
What you are seeing is an actual concept presented by Ferrari at a strategy group meeting. They were not the only ones, with Mercedes and Red Bull presenting their own visions of how the car needs to evolve, but these teams neglected the chance to generate debate by not releasing said images.
We already saw there own leak from Mercedes this past week. But here are your high res pics of its 2015 title retainer. Although I'm not a bit fan of its thinning nose, I think they take the 2015 F1 Beauty Pageant by far.
As I watch the Aussie Open, this stunning camouflaged F1 car popped into my screen. This is Red Bulls contender for the coming season, and by the looks of it, the most beautiful car thus car in the grid. Breaking away from the long nose designs that have been seen thus far, we see how there interpretation of the rules…
...the. F2004, F2008, SF15t.I'll just keep the '08. I'm just not a fan of how the noses keep sticking out so much out in front of the front wing. It's just like putting on your pants, but leaving the tip of your wang sticking out through the fly.
Some drivers like complicated helmet designs, others are trivial about there inspirations while other are simplistic. Given how iconic the Martini lines are, Sussie Wolff's Helmet is a thing of understated beauty with its simplicity.
Look closely at the wonderful and subtle 599 GTB above. Besides its muscular tone, it shares a common feature with the recently revealed Ford GT and Acura NSX. Those flying buttresses that only come to show from certain angles.
Some news outletts already report that this year's Santa slay will be non other the the new XX iteration of the most extreme Ferrari car. However it ends up looking, I think it will be all I'll be getting for Christmas this year. I just can't wait to see the crazy aero updates they'll stick to it.