The F1 season finally started last Sunday, and good grace, what a race it was! Ultimately “only” 11 cars came to the finish. Last time so few cars made the finish line was during the 2010 GP of Korea..
This was the first time a Formula 1 car drove on the renewed Zandvoort track and Max was very excited about the changes made to the track: “”I liked it very much to drive on the new track, especially turn 3..
A special orange grandstand in Vietnam? We asked initiator Hugo Luik about his thoughts and dreams. Hugo just came off the Swiss ski piste, as he was on holidays in Europe when we called him. Actually Hugo is an expat..
An important role on the Circuit Zandvoort renovation is the one that is being performed by Jarno Zaffelli and his company Dromo Circuit Design. Jeroen van Kesteren talked to Mr. Zaffelli about the changes, his role and expectations..
We were invited to be part of the the second media update day at Circuit Zandvoort, to see with our own eyes the progress that’s being made. Besides an update about the work on the track…
In this day in the era of social media, info is quick to find but you can’t always find the whole story, so you are left to guess what happened. In that case, the old fashioned journalists are there to bring us the whole story..
As the 2019 Formula 1 season came to a stop at Abu Dhabi, Lewis Hamilton finished the season in style on the top stand of the podium. It’s time lay the tools down and look ahead to the 2020 Formula 1 season.
There are many people behind the scenes that make sure that we can enjoy some great racing. One of them is Raz Al-Haddad. Raz and I are following each other for many years on social media and I thought it was time to have a chat with him about his work as a scrutineer so I’ve asked him 10 questions and he was kind enough to answer them.
The Legends where invited by Circuit Zandvoort at the media update day, showing the progress that’s being made by all parties involved to make sure the track is ready for action next year.
My dad was a huge motorsport fan and amateur photographer, so he took me to the races as a small boy and we visited our local track Oulton Park many times and he would pose me next to racing cars and drivers at this famous circuit near Manchester. I first picked up a camera at college in 1983..