This is the story of how one of last, huge corporate-backed non-factory Formula One teams - British American Racing - entered the World Championship.
Team Lotus went out of business in the early 90s. Before they did so, though, they had the potential to be world champions for a final time. This is when the Norfolk-based team had its final bang of potential success.
I had a thought or two about the show Formula E has to provide and came up with a ‘sound’ idea after a drink.
DTM’s recent struggles in keeping its manufacturers in line have caused sparking frictions among participants and launched the series into - potentially another golden era. What does DTM have up in its sleeves?
[UPDATE] This video was filmed today at Silverstone. It's vertical but there's nothing to see anyway and there's something that could potentially be the first soundbite of the Honda F1 engine idling:
Many racing team - manufacturer combinations have resulted in some really cool road cars in the past decades. Here's one that could have been totally awesome/weird.
"Ooooooh, dat sound, F1 now sounds like vacuum cleaners!" you might say, yes but that was 25 years ago.