Scalextric is a shorter route to F1 than F3 these days, say the FIA. Unveiling the new F1 Superlicence, the governing body insisted that F3 still had a...
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F1 engine manufacturers are relieved they’ve found a use for all this flipping money their parent companies keep making.
Lewis Hamilton just turned 30 rather than 20, everyone’s surprised to hear.
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Scalextric is a shorter route to F1 than F3 these days, say the FIA. Unveiling the new F1 Superlicence, the governing body insisted that F3 still had a firm role in the creation of future talent but it might be the sort of talent that went on to run a go-kart track at a funfair
Lewis Hamilton has seen what happens to drivers who become World Champion and isn’t falling for that number 1 on your car voodoo shit, no sir.
That Luca di Montezemolo is still going on and on about multiple world championships and record car sales, the current Ferrari management have complained.