Good news! There’s still Formula One going on this weekend. Problem is, even the F1 die-hards I know are talking more about ball sports and holiday-mandated gluttony. F1’s championships were decided so long ago that it feels like the season ender doesn’t even matter. So, why not let Manor Marussia win?
Per the BBC, the FIA will be investigating the front wings on both Daniel Ricciardo and Sebastian Vettel's Red Bull Racing cars. The FIA, which sanctions Formula One, claims that the current wings flex downwards too much, giving the Red Bull cars an unfair aerodynamic advantage at speed.
If you haven't watched a single Formula One race and had to choose only one to pay attention to, clearly, it should be this weekend's upcoming Abu Dhabi Grand Prix. Two dominant Mercedes cars are vying for an undetermined championship. Only one can win.
The third non-championship race of the season, on a track where it’s impossible to overtake and where nobody has won a race except the current world champion? It was meant to be a yawnfest—but it was pretty exciting for the first two corners. Warning: spoilers.
The Formula One season has been over for a month and we’ve still got two races to go. Can you believe it? This Sunday will see the third staging of the Abu Dhabi Grand Prix, which, after last year’s four-way title battle, will be a non-championship race on a terrible circuit. And you can’t even get booze because it’s…
First practice is already over for the Abu Dhabi Grand Prix, the ultimate race of the brilliant, intoxicating, heartbreaking roller coaster ride also known as the 2010 Formula One season.