Only 7 days or 1 more week until the season begins…

Nissan and BMW and Mercedes and Porsche … oh my! It’s time to talk manufacturers. With more and more auto manufacturers moving to make strides in the reduction of carbon emissions of their production vehicles (aiming to aid in the climate change epidemic), they’ve turned their attention to the cleanest sport in the world. This … Continue reading Only 7 days or 1 more week until the season begins…

On the 10th day left waiting for the season to begin…

Continuing "The 12 Days of Formula E" series Formula E has been all over the world with covering 10 cities since the inaugural season. From there, the series has covered 22 cities, across five continents in total (Formula E has yet to hit Australia or Antarctica...although the latter might be a tidge more difficult to … Continue reading On the 10th day left waiting for the season to begin…

11 days more waiting for the Formula E season to begin…

***Note: Please continue to read the titles in the “On the first day of Christmas” style 11 days to wait, 11 teams for the season. And now, 22 drivers. Introducing the teams and names to look out for in the 2018/2019 Formula E season. Audi Sport Abt Schaeffler Formula E Team Drivers: (#11) Lucas di … Continue reading 11 days more waiting for the Formula E season to begin…

The 12 Days of Formula E

T’was 12 days before the season, and all through the lands, Were enthusiastic and eager fans, They marked off their calendars, and patiently stared, For hopes their favorite racing season had neared, The Gen 2 cars were prepped and primed, Teams and drivers had already been timed, New gear galore, with team shirts and hats, … Continue reading The 12 Days of Formula E

A tiny (huge) announcement

I was planning to talk more about this in an upcoming post/recap of my six-week track adventure, but the beans have been spilled and it’s about time I let you in on the fun. If you’re not on social media, you may not know that I’ve been a guest on a couple of Podcast-Radio sports shows … Continue reading A tiny (huge) announcement