Meet… Max Bird – 2016 Ginetta Junior Championship

Max Bird a 15 year old schoolboy from Chichester in West Sussex and is competing alongside 25 other 14-17 year old drivers in the 2016 Ginetta Junior Championship which runs alongside the British Touring Car Championship, the Porsche GB Supercup, Renault Clio and British F4 championships. Team – Total Control...

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McLaren Honda t-shirt competition

WIN a 2016 McLaren T-Shirt with

This competition is now closed. The Winner is Dave Ainsworth Congratulations Dave! Jenson Button T-Shirt is on it’s way. To celebrate the second round of the 2016 Formula 1 World Championship, we are giving away an Official 2016 McLaren/Honda Jenson Button T-Shirt in Black/White. Check out the t-shirt here. How...

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What you won’t hear about F1 in 2016

One of the of the less discussed but more significant changes to the 2016 F1 regulations has got to be the changes to team/driver radio communication. We’ve all heard the in race communication between race engineer and driver discussing balance, front wing setting as well instructing the drivers to adjust...

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British F1 Fans - Channel 4 F1 coverage

Which F1 races are Channel 4 showing live?

Channel 4 is the new home of free-to-air Formula 1® in the UK This weekend sees the start of a brand new era in free-to-air coverage of Formula 1 in the United Kingdom. Channel 4 will make their entrance onto the Grand Prix stage and will begin the broadcasting in...

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Red Bull windscreen canopy solution

Red Bull Halo/Canopy – Is this a joke?

Here is an artists impression of Red Bull Racing’s alternative to the Halo head protection, first seen in pre-season testing on the Ferrari SF16-H. The image was revealed on and has apparently got the backing of Christian Horner and Williams deputy principle, Claire Williams. When I saw the image...

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Haas F1: This is a team that knows how to win

Do the Haas F1 team have what it takes to compete in Formula 1? Amongst all the rumblings of a new qualifying format, new Pirelli tyres to understand and whether Ferrari will finally be able to break Mercedes’ stranglehold of Formula 1 in 2016, it is easy to forget that...

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