About 12 years ago, the Formula One decided it was time to have more teams on the Grid. What did not help was the economic crisis of 2008, which saw BMW, Toyota and Honda eventually leaving the Formula One. However, many entries were there to enter the Formula One in 2010. As far as I know it were at least 30 requests. MYF1DREAM.com and Banan Grand Prix were to most
Ooit werd je in de Formule 1 beloond voor je prestaties op de baan in de vorm van punten. Ooit zijn deze ingevoerd om de heren, en enkele dame, die tijdens een Grand Prix starten te motiveren om extra hun best te doen. Met als extra dat de punten ook geld opleveren op ’t einde van het liedje. Maar ja dat was ooit… … Want de F1 Strategy group, zeg
Probably you never heard of the Formula BRL championship. It isn’t that strange you haven’t. The Formula BRL was a formula series, which would become part of the Benelux Racing League. The BRL existed out of several series. Such as the BRL Light and the BRL V6 series. Both series were touringcar series. Entrepreneur Harry Maessen established the Benelux Racing League in 2004 as the successor of the Vege Series.
The 2018 Formula One season officially started today with Australian Grand Prix held on Albert Park. What can we say? The race was, as previous races in 2017, more a parade with less action on the track. Vettel won the race thanks to the Virtual Safety Car, Some say Hamilton had a Software problem, and Kimi was faster than Vettel and Hamilton, but finished 3th. For the rest it was
Super Nova Racing Limited, as the official name was of the team, was established in 1991 and competed in two seasons of the All Japanese Formula Three Championship before the team moved their headquarters in 1994 to England, to compete in Europe’s International Formula 3000 series. A year later, the first rumours appeared of Super Nova’s Formula One plans. From buying the bankrupted Team Lotus, to merging with the Arrows
Who doesn’t remember the Spanish HRT team? They originally entered F1 under the name of Campos Meta 1, but quickly rebranded to Hispania, and then HRT because the team was in financial trouble even before their car had turned a wheel. But there was a second Spanish-based team which had attempted to join the Formula One grid in 2010 and also 2011. This was Epsilon Euskadi, the team from the