A Forma 1 (mai formájában legalábbis) az ember által teremtett egyik legunalmasabb technikai sport, ami létezik. Másfelől meg minden futamon újra lejátsszák a két világháborút.
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?
This is the story of a group of Hungarian Grand Prix drivers who could have written motor racing history in the 1920s and 1930s before the waves of war swept old Europe away. [warning: heavy use of gifs]
The FIA’s Class 1 of touring cars was a category that was doomed to suffer an abrupt extinction in the short term. Not just due the money-pump business model it was surrounded by. Class 1 DTM/ITC was hands down what F1 wanted to be in its wet dreams.
What happens when you put one of the most interesting, loudest race cars on one of the most boring (but not character-less) racetracks in the world? Hope for good support races.
Where one grudge match ended, another one started. If the latter part of the 20th century's racing history had to be condensed into one race and one movie, this should be it. Equal cars, equal chances of winning, 17 (!) shared (future or past) F1 World Championship titles and much more. The 1984 Nürburgring…
In over a hundred years of Grand Prix racing there has been one recurring track synonymous with outright speed, rampaging horsepowers and time warping velocity. However, out of these one hundred years there were just only three that could make use of it all. Welcome to F1 during its screaming age.
Lewis Hamilton and Nico Rosberg fought an excellent battle last weekend, and it seems Mercedes will be de dominant force in Grand Prix racing for 2014. On the other hand, it would be foolish not to bet on Audi winning this year’s Le Mans 24 Hours (as they always do) or the World Endurance Championship in 2014... again.
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