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November 15, 2019
No Dirty Laundry, Just Motorsport News!
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Leclerc holds off Mercedes to win in front the Italian fans

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Leclerc earns maiden win in Belgium

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Fixing F1: Some random bonus ideas

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Fixing F1: Budget caps aren’t the solution to F1’s over spending problem

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Fixing F1: The natural solution to track limits

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Promoting Albon proves that Red Bull doesn’t learn from their mistakes

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Fixing F1: Let’s talk about regulations… again

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Fixing F1: A ballast may be the secret to closer racing

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Fixing F1: Tweaking the DRS

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Fixing F1: The problems at hand

Formula 1

Fixing F1: Budget caps aren’t the solution to F1’s over spending problem

Fixing F1: Budget caps aren’t the solution to F1’s over spending problem

It has become increasingly clear in recent years that Formula One is broken and needs some serious help if it has any hope of a sustainable future. In this seven-part series, we will explore the many possible solutions that could improve F1’s health. Over the course of this series, we’ve discussed four viable solutions to

Formula 1

Promoting Albon proves that Red Bull doesn’t learn from their mistakes

Promoting Albon proves that Red Bull doesn’t learn from their mistakes

Red Bull is a team whose driver changes always confuse me deeply. Surely by this point, you’ve heard that Alexander Albon will be replacing the underperforming Pierre Gasly on Red Bull. This move bears great resemblance to recent driver swaps for the team. Since the surprising departure of Sebastian Vettel at the end of 2014,

Formula 1

Fixing F1: Let’s talk about regulations… again

Fixing F1: Let’s talk about regulations… again

It has become increasingly clear in recent years that Formula One is broken and needs some serious help if it has any hope of a sustainable future. In this seven-part series, we will explore the many possible solutions that could improve F1’s health. We have already investigated the use of a BTCC-style Success Ballast and

Formula 1

Fixing F1: A ballast may be the secret to closer racing

Fixing F1: A ballast may be the secret to closer racing

It has become increasingly clear in recent years that Formula One is broken and needs some serious help if it has any hope of a sustainable future. In this seven-part series, we will explore the many possible solutions that could improve F1’s health. We’ve already identified the key problems F1 is facing currently and have