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[25 Feb 2010 | No Comment | 572 views]

It’s with a certain relish that I tackle this week’s Thursday Thought as it is a sweet pickle of a question, jam packed with possibilites. Enough puns though, time to move on, if only to preserve everyone’s sanity…

“Do you think that Richard Branson regrets his decision to buy Manor instead of sticking with Brawn GP?”

Is Sir Richard a man who regrets decisions? I’m not sure to be honest, he’s probably missed out on bigger oportunities in his time but Brawn seemed to be there for the backing. In the end, …

Personal musings »

[25 Feb 2010 | 8 Comments | 956 views]

It’s time once again for “Thursday Thoughts” a great little idea from Sidepodcast that sees the blogging community get together to answer the same question, from their own individual point of view. Since no-one had actually volunteered to pose the question this week I thought I could give it a whirl.

Whilst updating the testing statistics for the pre-season test it struck me that Virgin Racing aren’t having an great time of it so far. Having completed a mere 1167 km of testing they’ve barely covered two thirds of the distance …

The Weekend »

[13 Dec 2009 | One Comment | 284 views]

I can hardly believe that it’s the weekend already and less than 2 weeks until Christmas; still, if the proximity to the big event is getting you down, fear not, here’s your chance to escape for a little while and indulge in some of the great blog writing to have been published over the last week.

First up is a brand new blog I first mentioned a couple of weeks ago as being one to watch out for. It’s by freelance F1 journalist Stuart Codling and is entitled “Who are you, …

Rules and Regulations, Technical »

[3 Dec 2009 | 9 Comments | 758 views]

This week’s Thursday Thoughts looks at the issue of engine parity, a particularly pressing question for Red Bull as they continue to debate the relevant merits of their current Renault engine and those of Mercedes and Cosworth. A recent article on Auto Motor und Sport highlighted the differences with Mercedes being reckoned to be almost 2.5% more powerful than the least powerful engine, that of Toyota. That equates to around 18 hp or something like 3 tenths of a second per lap.

Is parity an achievable goal?

Take the power, it …

Rules and Regulations, Technical »

[3 Dec 2009 | 13 Comments | 508 views]

It’s Thursday again and that means a new question for the web to ponder and this week sidepodcast have passed on the baton of asking the question to yours truly. If you have a blog and want to answer the question, then you can write a post and link to it in the comments below. If you don’t have a blog, feel free to answer in the comments or if you have a lot to get off your chest, we are more than happy to publish a guest post on …

The Weekend »

[14 Nov 2009 | 4 Comments | 340 views]

Are you one of those people who like me, feels that there’s something missing from life when it’s the off season? Long winter’s nights and empty weekends where you lack the adrenalin fix of daring drivers battling head to head for the race win in some exciting location.

But let’s not forget that the off season is also a chance to recharge your batteries and look forward with anticipation to the new season; to ponder over the innovations the teams will bring and to wonder how the new teams and drivers …