Looking forward to F1 racing news schedule (Part 1)

Just a few months ago, it was unthinkable, but then the Formula 1 (F1) season finally took place. Even fans are waiting for F1 to announce the full schedule after 8 races are confirmed earlier. Football today. Football news. Football schedule. Live football. Bruno recreates Ronaldo’s achievements at MU. Barca reached an agreement with Lautaro …

Formula 1 racing tournament in 2020: There is no one besides Mercedes (Part 1)

This season, only one vehicle has shown the ability to win the Formula 1 (F1) races. And this means that 90% of the drivers have no chance of winning the title. Could history not be otherwise? The Styrian Grand Prix is ​​certainly still fascinating because of what happens to the Ferrari team, as their two …

Formula 1 racing: The era of reserve drivers (Part 1)

With the Formula 1 (F1) season going to take place in Austria in July, the coronavirus crisis makes the reserve drivers suddenly get special attention because it is very likely that a certain driver will positive for Covid-19 and required isolation. In fact, Formula 1 boss Chase Carey mentioned this issue in a recent video …

2020 Formula 1 calendar Update (Part 1)

Formula 1 has announced that the French Grand Prix is the latest event to be outright cancelled due to the coronavirus pandemic. The announcement came after the French government confirmed it would be extending lockdown measures for an additional month to combat the spread of Covid-19. This extension, to “mid-July” means the June 28th event …

A brief history of Formula One (Part 3)

In the early 1970s Bernie Ecclestone reorganized the management of Formula One’s commercial rights, turning the sport into an international billion-dollar business. In 1971 he invested in the Brabham team and so gained a seat on the Formula One Constructors’ Association (FOCA) and in 1978 he was voted president. Until Ecclestone, circuit owners controlled many …

A brief history of Formula One (Part 1)

Formula One is a popular car racing tournament in which the “formula” refers to a set of rules that all participants and cars manufacturers must follow and was originally and briefly recognized as Formula A. The race can trace its roots date back to the earliest time of motor racing, and developed from the buoyant …