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Is Parity Possible in F1? One Race in and I’m Bored.

Yep, the first race of the Formula 1 season has come and gone, and I’ve seen all I need to see. To no one’s surprise, Mercedes took a commanding 1-2 finish in Melbourne — Lewis Hamilton 1.36 seconds clear of teammate Nico Rosberg. The next closest? Sebastian Vettel’s Ferrari 33.163 […]


Where Each Formula 1 Team Stands Going in to 2015

The winter testing season is done. With the data gathered, the cars will undergo their final metamorphoses and the drivers will hopefully enjoy a few moments of calm before the storm. The first race in Melbourne on March 15 is just a date on the calendar and, with about two weeks to go, […]


What We Learned From Another Weekend of F1 Testing

Preseason testing in Formula 1 is really not that different from the preseason in any sport: there’s plenty of information to be gleaned in bits, but attempting to draw sweeping conclusions is usually a futile exercise. This past weekend’s testing session in Barcelona was more revealing than most, though. Here are a […]


My Favorite F1 Driver Lineup(s) for 2015

With practice well underway for 2015, and lineups set, I figured this would be a good time to talk about my favorite driver pairings for the coming Formula 1 season: Favorite: McLaren Fernando Alonso & Jenson Button This is definitely the trendy pick this year, but I like this lineup for […]


Car of the Week: 2000 Honda S2000

Some cars are lauded for their ability to produce raw power, while others are lauded for exceptional fuel economy or styling. I am taking a slightly different approach for praising this week’s Car of the Week by taking a look at specific output, which is a calculation of an engine’s […]


Car of the Week: 1993 Acura NSX

You know how some cars are an indelible part of your childhood? Maybe not for everyone, but for most gearheads there are a few key cars (and sometimes only one) that stand out as the ones that kept them hooked in the formative years of automotive addiction. For me there […]