Australia has lost it’s pre-eminent motor racing icon. Sir Jack Brabham passed away this morning, aged 88. He meant more to Australian sport than we could ever recognise. Vale, Sir Jack.
On the 20th anniversary of his death, Michael considers what makes Ayrton Senna so important to the generations of fans who never knew Formula One’s most famous driver.
For a sport that is hell-bent on spending more money than it makes, one would think it could at least direct its vast amounts of money towards something productive. But this is Formula One, of course…
Mercedes executive director (technical) Toto Wolff has taken up the leadership for those inside Formula one fighting to retain the current rules, staring down efforts to the contrary by Ferrari and Red Bull Racing.
Ferrari president Luca di Montezemolo has laid out his plan for the future of Formula One, should he find the majority of the sport in approval with his vision.
A visibly buoyed Red Bull team principal Christian Horner has given a glowing assessment of Daniel Ricciardo’s performance in the car after his first three rounds with the reigning World Champion constructor.
Lewis Hamilton and Nico Rosberg have led home one of the most exciting races in recent times, going some way to dispelling the myth Formula One has lost its charm in 2014.