As with all sports, Formula One is full of ifs and buts. I compiled a collection, simply asking: ‘What if?’, and it already achieved nearly 5k views! http://badgergp.com/f1s-biggest-ifs/
From what rises ambition? Or love? Why can’t some of us be content with the lives we’ve been given? Why do some yearn for so much more? Tom Pryce wanted to drive cars, fast, and couldn’t be stopped by the perils of the sport. He was on a seemingly impossible quest for greatness, yet by […]
56 years ago today, Ayrton Senna was born. If you ever watched the 2010 documentary ‘Senna‘, you might realise how inspirational the man was. One example. When Ayrton Senna collided with Alain Prost at the start of the Japanese Grand Prix in 1990, both retired from the race, ensuring Senna his second title in Formula 1. Afterwards, three-time […]
As I wrote earlier, I’m now writing for Coanda Simsport, a simracing team competing in iRacing’s World Championship Grand Prix Series. The firs two race reports are now done, you can read them via these two links: Land down under: Phillip Island race report Start me up: Interlagos race report
What goes on in the mind of another? We can see actions, hear words — but one’s thoughts are always one’s own. Didier Pironi’s first victory for Ferrari deemed it likely that he would be France’s first world champion, yet it ended his friendship with Gilles Villeneuve, for the victory had come in an inexplicable […]
After my BadgerGP article on simracing, here, Coanda Simsport approached me with the question if I wanted to blog for them. I’ve written a lot about ‘offline’ racing, so now it’s a really nice opportunity to write about some online racing as well! Here’s the first article of many, on Coanda’s new livery. On iRacing’s […]
I raced against one of the best simracers in the world. I was trashed. Then I wrote about it. Read about my experience of driving a full-fledged racingsimulator, comparing my telemetry against Martin Krönke, here.
New article on BadgerGP, on the F1-equivelant of scoring an own goal: colliding with your teammate, in ‘When teammates collide‘
Another driver spotlight, now on BadgerGP.com. This time it’s about Jean Behra. Read it here.
Last summer, in the French town of Le Mans, the famous twenty-four hour race started. In the front of the field, the hybrids from Porsche, Audi and Toyota shot away into a big lead. After twenty minutes, the backmarkers, Ferrari’s and Chevrolet’s, were lapped, which means a disadvantage of 14 kilometers. Porsche went on to win, while […]