In a week where NASCAR went to Talladega, a track like no other that trades (maybe too much) on the likelihood of huge multi-car accidents, it is even more telling that were given another reminder of the danger of racing.
At the Nurburging Nordschleife on Saturday during a VLN 43-year-old Leo Löwenstein was killed when his Aston Martin was involved in a crash which resulted in it catching fire, upside down.
The German died of smoke inhalation before he could pull himself from the car.
The race was stopped immediately, but the racing must go on, and so, remembering yet another fallen driver, must we.
He thinks Key will be a big boost for Sauber.
Now, that just shows how far Sauber are behind the other teams, most other F1 cars start with a press on a button, not a key in an ignition.
Here’s what he really means.
Yes, they’re back, now with added randomness in that they want to build a track too.
He’s signed up for the V8 Supercar Gold Coast 600 with the Bottle-It Racing Team.
Opps, I mean Bottle-O, we shouldn’t pre-judge Jacques.
And, yes, before you ask, he’s still planning on returning to F1.
Doctors think the bar code on the engine cover is subliminal advertising for Marlboro.
They also plan to purge Africa of camels, rename the compass points North, East, South and Other and search the electoral roll for any street where people with the surname Benson and Hedges live within four doors of each other.
Just in case.
This article says Valentino Rossi in injured!
Anyone want to tell the site's editor “Jorge Lorenzo” is spelled wrong?
Because I’ve hidden it.
Indycar is awarding separate road and oval race titles.
Will Power has just measured up the spare wall in his house for a larger trophy cabinet.
He got a lift back from Shanghai with Bernie!
I smell bias!
Fernando has had his thumbs insured for 10 million Euros.
Which begs the question, what sort of accident that damages your thumbs badly enough to claim insurance, yet your first thought remains ‘wow, am I glad I got my thumbs insured.'
Ryan corrected himself when he said “Talladega racing” after his crash.
Do NASCAR fans understand what an oxymoron is?
Ahead of the FIA GT1 championship being the first major series on the new Silverstone layout Karl has shown us a totally new way of preparing for a race.
"I've only seen a drawing of the new Silverstone circuit.”
And I thought practicing on a Playstation was bad.
The team are trying to help Schumacher with the latest raft of updates on the car.
Nico–make sure you check and double check everything they put on your car for anything ticking with wires hanging out.
Well, Mercedes have to win at something.
I’m liking Jeff more and more of late.
I love how Harvs mentioned that Shell was leaving his team in Victory Lane, like he thinks somebody at the company is going to say “oh, what the hell, we’ll change our mind.”