Having undoubtedly dominated the Rome ePrix this weekend, Felix Rosenqvist suffered a race-ending blow to his Mahindra’s left rear suspension which not only lead to his retirement but a retirement from the lead of the race. Understandably sombre whilst making his way to the media pen after the race, he spoke to katyfairman.com about what went wrong and how he must now tackle his 2017/18 Formula E campaign having lost another win this season.
Felix Rosenqvist is a driver that seems to ace any motorsport championship that is thrown his way. Whether that be single-seaters or endurance racing, he delivers top results in every discipline he does. Which is why it seems bizzare that this Swedish superstar of a driver has yet to race at Monaco professionally.
With such a strong start to the year in January, February would always prove a hard act to follow. Although most of the month was spent planning and booking travel for future motorsport events, I did manage to publish a very special interview with a World Rally Championship star and attend filming for the new BBC Top Gear series. However with a lack of racing I am desperate for the return of the likes of Formula 1 and MotoGP to really bring my blog back to life! Continue reading “My Motorsport Month: February 2017”