When did F1 last have a grid this good? | Debates and Polls

The Formula One grid will line up at Spa-Francorchamps in two weeks’ time with a strengthened line-up of drivers. Big things are expected from Esteban Ocon, who beat Max Verstappen to the European Formula Three championship two years ago and has replaced Rio Haryanto at Manor. Ocon joins what was already a particularly strong F1 … Continue reading When did F1 last have a grid this good?

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Tech analysis: Explaining Red Bull’s mysterious pace improvement

Initially, it seemed Ferrari had closed the gap to Mercedes, keeping pace in the opening few races. But, as the season unfolded, its pace dropped away, whilst Red Bull have come to the fore.
This is where the battle between development philosophy lay, as Ferrari’s relative gains to Mercedes came from the improvements made to its powe runit over the winter. But, as tends to be the case … Keep reading

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Lot’s of talk, diagrams but what do we really know about 2017 cars?

The discussions over the 2017 cars in Formula 1 are in full swing with lots of graphics explaining fat tires, wider wings and high diffusers etc. That’s all perfectly fine and I can understand the nerdish interest in getting into the weeds over speculative and well-informed diagrams accompanied by claims said confidently enough to imply […]

Lot’s of talk, diagrams but what do we really know about 2017 cars? Formula 1.

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F1 mid-season review part six: Manor makes the points as buyout secures Sauber

In the sixth and final part of our mid-season review of the 2016 Formula 1 season, JAonF1 takes a look at the two teams currently occupying the bottom two spots in the constructors’ championship: Manor and Sauber. Manor started its first season in F1 without co-founders John Booth and Graeme Lowdon, who have since gone […]

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