As always in motorsport, the highs and lows have been intense, but I’m here today to recap some of my favourite moments (in no particular order). Let’s get into it!
If you stopped people on the street and ask them to name Formula 1 drivers, Sebastian Vettel and Lewis Hamilton would be amongst those most
Hi everyone! Enjoy today’s post! The video says it all, so I guess that’s pretty much it! Thank you! 🙂 Here it is: On The
What a season this has been, it’s been an honour to experience it with the eyes of someone still rather in awe of the sport.
Almost five months ago, I made my first draft for this post after interviewing F1 journalist and presenter Will Buxton. I kept pushing it aside, postponing, editing through the 2,500 words of quotes I had on the topic, scrapping the work that I had done in pursuit of something better.
Hi, guys! I can’t wait for you all to read this week’s post, a guest-written article by Emma Ridgway. Enjoy!
33 men in Formula 1’s 70-year history have achieved the status of a World Champion.
After having a great time speaking to Will Buxton for my onthepitwall.com site, I decided to read his book, ‘My Greatest Defeat: Stories of hardship and hope from motor racing’s finest heroes’. It seemed like something I’d like as I enjoy Will’s candid writing style.
It initially took me a while to really get into this book. On reflection, I think this is because I didn’t know much about Damon – he won the World Championship eleven years before I was born, so I haven’t cheered him on throughout his career.
I am a fan of the Williams team and both their drivers. Nicholas Latifi is often given the unflattering label of one of the least talented