Tommy Byrne’s career began with dreams of Formula 1 but ended in sex, drugs and gunshots in Mexican Formula 3.
Scott Russell joins James Baldwin on the Lakeside Drive Podcast to talk about ‘old’ and ‘new’ fans and where they fit in with Liberty Media’s F1 (HINT: there’s room for both!)
The Slicks ’88 World Tour Tee is back!
Prince Malik Ado-Ibrahim is aiming to be Nigeria’s next President, 23 years after he charmed the Arrows F1 team with fanciful promises that quickly evaporated.
Powered by Nostalgia, the Slicks ’88 Grand Prix World Tour tee channels the excess of eighties motor racing. Designed to wear at the track or street.
I was interviewed by the DRS Zone Podcast recently where I spoke about being a race fan in the 90s compared to now (dial up and VHS vs Drive to Survive… it’s changed a lot!) as well as the inspiration behind C+S. I really enjoyed my chat with Rhett and I hope you enjoy listening –…
From shady financiers through to non-existent energy drinks and from fraudulent oilmen to adult magazines, we take a look back at some of the most unusual sponsors to grace Formula 1.
Having had time to reflect on the Abu Dhabi Grand Prix, I feel a sense of disappointment despite it being one of the most spectacular finishes to a season I’ve witnessed. The inability of race control to decide what they should (or could/could not) do was an embarrassment to the sport. Experienced they may be…
Handling the controversial and tragic aspects of Michael’s life with kid gloves prevents Schumacher from reaching the echelons of truly great sports documentaries.
There are many great races in the history of motorsport, but very few can claim to be genuine landmarks that changed the sport forever. The 1998 Canadian Grand Prix at the Circuit Gilles Villeneuve in Montreal is one of those events – it’s often forgotten that this race would prove to be one of the…