Ten lucky Japanese drivers can get their hands on a Seven designed by Caterham F1 driver Kamui Kobayashi, with a 125 horsepower Ford engine, a six-speed manual, a limited-slip differential and carbon fiber bits. An appetizing package.
Kamui Kobayashi's flamboyant style caused a bit of hilarious schadenfraude this weekend at an exhibition in Moscow when an attempted burnout in a Ferrari F60 on a very soggy road led to him crashing into the wall and losing a tire. Commence the saddest drive of shame on three wheels!
Kamui Kobayashi should feel pretty good about himself. He finished a strong 6th place in the Australian Grand Prix in his Ferrari-engined Sauber car. Instead he's tweeting crazy shit like this. People react to pressure differently, we guess.
Under rule changes as capricious as the British weather, Formula One returned to its first-ever venue. Silverstone may be new in layout, but it is also very old, and you still need only three words to describe it: fast, fast, fast. Warning: spoilers.
After a three-week spring break, Formula One returned to within 25 miles of its European heartland to see if there’s anyone stopping Red Bull this year. At Istanbul Park’s swan song Grand Prix, many tried. Warning: spoilers.
It always rains in Malaysia. It didn’t rain in Malaysia yesterday. Never underequipped when it comes to show biz, Formula One bridged the precipitation gap with a flying Russian (above), a jinxed Brit, and an old rivalry rekindled. A fun race—for second place. Warning: spoilers.
After a winter off-season extended by the cancellation of the Bahrain Grand Prix, Formula One finally returned on a windy autumn afternoon in Melbourne. Four months without a Grand Prix, it would have been a fun race even if it weren’t fun. But it was fun. Warning: spoilers.
A test driver turned racer, Kobayashi drove in great style for two races until Toyota quit F1. He’s back for 2010, driving for new team Sauber.