Abu Dhabi Grand Prix 22-24 November
Posted by Rachit Thukral on 11th December
After months of deliberation, McLaren has announced that Jenson Button will partner Fernando Alonso on their reunion with Japanese car maker Honda. It was a one-on-one fight between the experience and proven talent of Jenson Button versus the youth and promise of Kevin Magnussen. McLaren eventually went for the former. Whether McLaren made the right decision or not, that’s another debate which we’ll delve later in this article. The bottom line is Button will now be driving alongside what most people perceive as the fastest driver on the grid. And this is the perfect opportunity for the 34 year old to be rated alongside the likes of Alonso, Hamilton and Vettel, and not one level below the trio.
Posted by Darshan Chokhani on 08th November
A lot has been said about how much of a challenge it has been for the engineers to design and manufacture the new generation of power units, which produce the same amount of power, while using 35% less fuel. It is also evident from the on baord footage and trackside observation that the new cars slide a lot more, making life difficult for the drivers. What the majority of the people have forgot is the effort made by Pirelli to make sure their tyres deal with the increased stress due to a 4x increase in torque.
Posted by Jeoff Trocchio on 7th November
When we learned of Sebastian Vettel’s decision to leave Red Bull and join Ferrari, long time home of his childhood idol Michael Schumacher, we were quick to judge, as we had judged Lewis Hamilton for making his move to Mercedes AMG. Look where Lewis is standing now. Granted, his move was after a few years of “rebuilding” where the team was concentrating on the rule changes for 2014, where they would be years ahead, and seconds ahead per lap.
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