Tag Archives: 2014

Thoughts on the New Regulations – and some other stuff

The new season is upon us; we’ve had two races – neither of them great, but equally so neither of them devoid of interest – and a flurry of press outrage about the quiet nature of the engines. What nonsense; … Continue reading

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Maldonado Signs for Lotus: What Comes Next?

The news, released shortly after yesterday’s post, that Pastor Maldonado has secured the second Lotus seat alongside Romain Grosjean came as no surprise to anyone. Now that we have one less driver in this expensive game of musical chairs we … Continue reading

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Now the Real Silly Season Begins

Sebastian Vettel closed the V8-era with nine consecutive wins, an all time record: a record that, for odd reasons, has been met with some indifference. Four titles on the trot, total domination of the field, an absolutely imperious second half … Continue reading

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So, Bernie doesn’t like the 2014 Engines?

It’s the story doing the rounds at the moment: Mr Ecclestone wants to scrap plans for 1.6liter V6 turbocharged engines, due to be introduced in 2014. The reason? Apparently, he doesn’t like the sound of them. I’ve heard some nonsense … Continue reading

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