On the 5th day (of 12) of Formula E …

5 returning drivers have raced every race since the inception of Formula E with 45 races total to date: Lucas di Grassi, Daniel Abt, Sam Bird, Jerome d’Ambrosio and Nelson Piquet Jr. Daniel Abt and Lucas di Grassi have entered all 45 races with the Audi Sport Abt Schaeffler Formula E team. Of those 45 races, di Grassi has clinched … Continue reading On the 5th day (of 12) of Formula E …

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…

Short Revs, May 24, 2018: The Double Points, Double Weekend Edition

Welcome to one of the most awaited weekends in racing (aside from the fast-approaching 24 Hours of Le Mans just three weeks away). Enjoy your morning coffee as Formula 1 takes the narrow and magnificent streets of Monaco. Bask in the afternoon sun in the bleachers (or at home) as you watch the Indianapolis Motor … Continue reading Short Revs, May 24, 2018: The Double Points, Double Weekend Edition

The Chinese Grand Prix: A New Battle Begins

Alas! Our days of enduring a Mercedes-on-Mercedes Drivers' F1 Championship is over! (Or so we hope.) It's a new era, with Sebastian Vettel's Ferrari win at the Australian Grand Prix, followed by Lewis Hamilton again showing how incredibly talented of a driver he is by nabbing the win in China this past weekend. And this wasn't … Continue reading The Chinese Grand Prix: A New Battle Begins

British GP at Silverstone

Sunday, we learned Mercedes loves their penalties and Lewis Hamilton still has that winning spark in him. It's not to say we haven't seen this before--especially with Hamilton winning his home grand prix now for the third year in a row. There's also the almost painful deja-vu of Mercedes' actions coming into question. Thankfully, at least this … Continue reading British GP at Silverstone