Author Archives: Adam Tate

The Streak has Ended

Sebastian Vettel may now be a double World Champion, but RedBull Racing’s streak of 15 consecutive pole positions, has come to an end just one pole short of William’s record from 1992-1993. Lewis Hamilton in his McLaren snagged McLaren’s first … Continue reading

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Brilliant Button

Jenson Button was brilliant today during a chaotic and often rainy Hungarian Grand Prix. The British driver celebrated his 200th F1 start with a superb victory, the 11th of his career, which puts him on level with former Honda team … Continue reading

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The Mark Webber-Ferrari Connection

The future of Mark Webber has been one of the most hyped and discussed aspects in the Formula One world of late. Many feel he has grown tired of the Sebastian Vettel show at RedBull and will jump ship to … Continue reading

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Senna Coming to the U.S.

In breaking news the new award winning documentary on Ayrton Senna, that has been wowing audiences across the globe and nabbed the award for best documentary at the Sundance Film Festival will finally be premiering in the U.S. Details are … Continue reading

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A Possible plan for Piëch

Bugatti has just given the go ahead for the elegant $1.4 million, 16 cylinder Galibier super sedan. Confirming that Bugatti in its latest iteration is more than a one car make, and is here to stay. The point of Bugatti’s … Continue reading

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And so it begins

This past weekend has seen the beginning to the real heart of the motor racing season with the opening rounds for Formula One and Indycar still fresh in our minds I will look back on some of their finer points. Indycar’s … Continue reading

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Firestone does the right thing

Firestone, has just announced they will stay on with Indycar as the series tire supplier through the end of 2013. This after earlier announcing their exit from the series. Team bosses united and spoke with Firestone’s Al Speyer and an … Continue reading

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