TeamSport’s Bruce is the king of karting. He was karting before karts were invented and nobody can beat his lap times (his words not ours!). He prides himself in knowing everything about all things with 4 wheels. He is an avid F1 fan and his predictions about who he thinks will be on the podium are scarily accurate, so if you want to keep ahead of the pack then read his motorsport news blog.
He will help you get your head around the new technology that dominates the action in the new F1 season and will offer guidance as to the new rules and challenges. Some of the drivers are struggling to get to grips with the new tech, but Bruce seems to have it nailed and is waiting to tell you all about it. In addition to being a total F1 geek, he will also give you the latest news, information and tips about what to look out for during the next Grand Prix. His insight will bring a new dimension to your race viewing, so check out his monthly blog here.
I am sure everyone remembers that feeling you got at the start of the summer holidays; that feeling of all-encompassing joy at knowing that you have got at least six weeks of freedom stretching out in front of you.
Good things come in small packages – so I am told - and this small vehicle seems to just keep on giving!
The original MINI made by the British Motor Corporation in 1959 is known to be one of the best-selling cars in British history with 5.
So the start of the F1 season has definitely been a bit more exciting than we all thought it would be, and the possibility that one team will ‘run away with it’ has been thrown into some doubt due to the unexpected Ferrari win last month.
Ok so most of us are never going to get close enough to an F1 car to have a look at what goes on under the metaphorical bonnet, so I thought I would give you a little bit of insight into what you’re likely to see if you are ever lucky enough to get into an F1 garage.