Formula One check-up

Tomorrow Formula One returns from a three week break. The Spanish Grand Prix is commonly where teams introduce big upgrade packages to their cars after the flyaway races, this can leave a lot of questions about how the order will change in comparison to the opening rounds of the championship. Although there can be questions […]

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Renault

Renault have come under a lot of criticism so far this season for the unreliability of their engines. However to me, excluding Mercedes, Renault have shown how car manufacturers should operate in Formula One. The French car manufacturer returned in 2000 by buying the Benetton team. After getting back up to speed they changed the […]

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Toro Rosso and Renault

I recently released a post about Red Bull and its situation within Formula One, concentrating on their engine supplier, Renault. Toro Rosso, although having had similar reliability problems with the Renault engine have seemed more content with the French engine manufacturer which has led to rumours appearing of Renault being interested in buying the Italian […]

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Red Bull and Formula One

With the poor performance of the Renault engine in the opening rounds of the season, talk has once again emerged of Red Bull considering pulling out of Formula One. The main source of concern was that Red Bull could only see Ferrari as a viable engine partner out of the current engine manufacturers that are […]

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FIA superlicence point system

The CEO of Formula E, Alejandro Agag, has recently said he was happy with the decision not to include Formula E in the list of single seaters that are eligible for drivers to gain points to compete in Formula One. He went onto suggest that Formula E could in fact have its own feeders series. […]

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