I very rarely write about F1 races anymore. There are many reasons for this, some of which I will go into another time, but today I felt it necessary to write about what we have just experienced because, well it was too damn special not to.
Over the past few hours, I have been trying to get down what I want to say about this whole situation. I’ve sat down and filmed myself, composed a thread on Twitter but still I gravitate back to my blog. The place where I can just blurt out my thoughts, feelings and opinions to the … Continue reading My honest thoughts on Daniel Abt’s Formula E exit
It was the question on everybody’s lips before the new season even got underway, and with the 2020 FIA Formula 1 Australian Grand Prix being confirmed as cancelled in the last few hours, I wanted to get across my opinion of why we can’t look back at the weekend and brush it under the rug. … Continue reading Why Melbourne Can’t Just Be A ‘Weekend To Forget’
‘Ello you. I would start this off with the whole ‘long time, no see’, but I think that is how I started my last entry and probably the one before that too. In summary, I have neglected this blog of mine for far too long. But no more. I want this to be a place … Continue reading Let’s Go Back To Basics
Hello. Yes, contrary to popular belief I am alive and well. It’s been an odd past twelve months both within motorsport and also on a more personal level. Although I have been able to travel with Formula E further than ever before, as well as experiencing new and exciting motorsport championships for the first time, … Continue reading 2019: My Motorsport Year
Back in college I produced a thesis about why we see a lack of women in motorsport. Motorsport is not a man’s sport, but undeniably you can state that is still very male-dominated. Things are changing though and for the better. This thesis took me months and during the research for the project I looked … Continue reading How one moment changed my opinion on W Series
Ah Formula E, you always know how to keep us on the edge of our seats. Whether it is producing 9 different winners, from 8 manufacturers nonetheless, or making us wait until the last round of the season to see who of the four contenders will be crowned drivers’ champion, you have got it all. … Continue reading 6 things we learnt from the Formula E Season Finale in New York
When Jaguar Racing joined Formula E in season three, they inevitably found themselves at a slight disadvantage as teams around them had already gained two years experience in the all-electric championship. The first season proved slow and a huge learning curve, with the team’s best result being a 4th place and 8th place at the … Continue reading Evans reflects on his and Jaguar’s ‘strongest’ season
Aged just 21, it could be easy to label Maximilian Günther as just another ‘rising star’ in motorsport. However, he is more than that. So much more. The young German found himself in the FIA Formula 3 European Championship before being handed a promotion into FIA Formula 2 with Arden International in 2018. Despite this … Continue reading Max-imum Potential: Günther’s Future In Formula E
He secured his first pole position around the streets of Paris last time out, only to have it snatched from his grasp due to the car having “non-respect of the minimum tyre pressure”. This weekend in Monaco he starts the race in P3 after a penalty from Oliver Rowland promotes him up a place on … Continue reading Wehrlein: Recent Mahindra competitiveness has come as a ‘relief’
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