Short Revs, April 27, 2018: The “weekend eve” of the Month of May Edition

We’re just a few days away from the month of May, otherwise known as the biggest and best month in racing--in Indianapolis. While IndyCar enjoys a short break before things get going at Indianapolis Motor Speedway, there's still racing to look forward to this weekend. Back to Baku anyone? INDYCAR Sweet Rainy Alabama There was … Continue reading Short Revs, April 27, 2018: The “weekend eve” of the Month of May Edition

2018 F1 Season is looking red after Vettel back-to-back wins

Image: Vettel getting out of the car to victory. (From F1 media site) The second race of the season is in the books and it’s beginning to look red for the championship. Ferrari’s Sebastian Vettel took the win in Bahrain this weekend in what looked to be one of the most exciting finishes we have … Continue reading 2018 F1 Season is looking red after Vettel back-to-back wins

F1 near deja vu return to Australia

Ferrari wins again, with Sebastian Vettel taking the honor of 1st for the second year running at the Australian GP last weekend, Photo from F1 site. F1 season is back with a somewhat familiar start, the halos are still really there, and the most news from the weekend resulted from ESPN's technical difficulties with their … Continue reading F1 near deja vu return to Australia

Short Revs, February 16, 2018

Bringing the drama and the excitement, there is almost too much going on in racing this week. From Danica Patrick landing her final racing ride for the Indy 500 to a scuffle between the Formula 1 and Formula E bosses, here is what happened this week in racing. Featured image: The Haas F1 car did … Continue reading Short Revs, February 16, 2018

Short Revs, January 19, 2018

Pictured: Mahindra Racing's Felix Rosenqvist poses triumphantly after nabbing his second consecutive win in Marrakesh last weekend, landing him the lead in the Formula E championship. F1 (Image Williams Martini Racing) Williams F1 announced on Tuesday that 22-year-old Russian driver, Sergey Sirotkin, will replace the (again) retired Felipe Massa for the team. Many were surprised … Continue reading Short Revs, January 19, 2018

Hamilton wins his home British GP race, yet again

Yes readers, Mercedes' Lewis Hamilton wins again--not just a race, but his home race, the British Grand Prix at Silverstone--again. Here's how that part of the race went: A Summary of Lewis Winning: He had a good start and kept his pole position (P1). Pitted once and managed to keep P1. Continued in P1. Some … Continue reading Hamilton wins his home British GP race, yet again

The Austrian hills are alive with the sound of Bottas winning

It may be a surprise or a sigh of relief to inform you that Mercedes' Valtteri Bottas took the win at the Austrian Grand Prix at the Red Bull Ring this weekend. Although, to be fair Bottas had an impressive run in qualifying Saturday to grab his second career pole, as well as his second … Continue reading The Austrian hills are alive with the sound of Bottas winning

First win of the season for Ricciardo in this episode of “The Baku Zone”

What a strange, painful and intriguing race in Azerbaijan on Sunday. If you were watching, you know it was a "fun-filled" race of power failures, incidents, penalties, comebacks and disaster. However, the odds were in Red Bull Daniel Ricciardo's favor as chance and skill brought him to the front halfway through the race in Baku … Continue reading First win of the season for Ricciardo in this episode of “The Baku Zone”

The Dual is about to begin, on the isle and the track

The Dual in Detroit is off to an interesting start with Rahal Letterman Lanigan's Graham Rahal earning the P1 award for the first race of the weekend after Team Penske's Helio Castroneves fastest time was dismissed with a penalty. The 3-time Indy winner Castroneves was said to have had his fastest, record-breaking lap on the … Continue reading The Dual is about to begin, on the isle and the track

Vettel Leads F1 Championship with Win in Bahrain

Bahrain was a race filled with what we would like to call, "racing." And there was also a lot of "what just happened?" It just may be the most exciting season of F1 we've seen in a long time. And oh, how we've missed this. We experienced this "racing" sensation in China last week, but the … Continue reading Vettel Leads F1 Championship with Win in Bahrain