1. Formula One: Testing Ban Is a Disastrous Recipe for New Teams

    Bruno Senna had this to say Thursday in Melbourne when talking about Formula One's testing ban on new teams: "I think, both for the new teams and the new drivers, it is very important to get some miles of testing...

    Daniel Zylberkan Written by Daniel Zylberkan about over 4 years ago 124 reads 2 comments

  2. Bruno Senna Willing To Face Ayrton Senna's Legacy Head On

    That last name Senna bears a lot of weight. It's a lot for one man to bear and sometimes seems like a name so heavy, that a whole nation can't hold it up. Brazil has few national heroes, and one of them died at the peak of his career...

    Daniel Zylberkan Written by Daniel Zylberkan about over 4 years ago 806 reads 2 comments

  3. Graham Rahal, USF1: The Official Death of Open Wheel Racing in the USA

    I wrote an article here on BleacherReport a few months ago about why I thought that Formula One and open wheel racing was dying in North America and especially in the States. I postulated lots of things; NASCAR, foreign drivers, the auto industry...

    Daniel Zylberkan Written by Daniel Zylberkan about over 4 years ago 2,580 reads 8 comments

  4. Formula One 2010: Red Bull, Ferrari, Alonso Title Favorites After Testing

    Formula One testing is about to be over later today. In the past month, there has been lots of speculation of how each team has prepared their new contender for the 2010 season...

    Daniel Zylberkan Written by Daniel Zylberkan about over 4 years ago 195 reads 2 comments

  5. Formula One 2010: 30 Days Away from the New Era or Are We?

    Here we are. It's the 14th of February, and the Formula One season is 30 days away from starting. That's only 720 hours or so. 720 hours and counting until the start of a new era in the history of Formula One...

    Daniel Zylberkan Written by Daniel Zylberkan about over 4 years ago 428 reads 4 comments

  6. Super Bowl XLIV: Saints Face Colts' Defense and Freeney's Ankle

    Well, it came from the horse's mouth. Dwight Freeney says his ankle is feeling good and that he'll play come the big game on Sunday. Call me cynical, but I don't believe it...

    Daniel Zylberkan Written by Daniel Zylberkan about over 4 years ago 158 reads 1 comments

  7. Formula One 2010: A Winter Full of Change and Intrigue

    Driver Changes Brawn GP (Mercedes GP, more on that later) Both Barrichello and Button leave, Barrichello to Williams, Button to McLaren...

    Daniel Zylberkan Written by Daniel Zylberkan about over 4 years ago 554 reads 1 comments

  8. Josh Johnson Signs Four-Year Extension, a Peek into The Marlins Future.

    The Marlins in their short history have signed very few long term free agents especially during the Loria-Beinfest regime...

    Daniel Zylberkan Written by Daniel Zylberkan about over 4 years ago 122 reads 0 comments

  9. NASCAR: What To Expect from Nelsinho Turning Left in the Deep South

    Much like his father before him, Nelsinho is leaving the glitter and prestige of Formula One for a life of turning left here in the good 'ole US of A...

    Daniel Zylberkan Written by Daniel Zylberkan about over 4 years ago 89 reads 1 comments

  10. The Spanish Connection: de la Rosa, Santander and Campos; Pay Drivers Return

    The Pedro de la Rosa to Sauber news that surfaced on Sunday out of the Swiss press and was quickly squashed by Pedro himself was quite honestly the most perplexing piece of news I've heard in Formula One circles in quite some time...

    Daniel Zylberkan Written by Daniel Zylberkan about over 4 years ago 327 reads 3 comments

  11. NFL: Looking Forward, Miami Dolphins 2010 Draft Needs (Dez Bryant)

    When talking about sports, my emphasis is always forward looking, I wouldn't be one of the Cubs fans blaming everything on Steve Bartman or Billy Sianis (the Billy Goat guy). I would focus on what the Tribune Co...

    Daniel Zylberkan Written by Daniel Zylberkan about over 4 years ago 5,878 reads 0 comments

  12. Formula One: Schumacher, Brawn and Mercedes, a Match in F1 Heaven

    Like bread and butter, whiskey and soda, fish and chips, there are few things that go better in the world than Michael Schumacher and Ross Brawn, and the worst part is I think they know that too...

    Daniel Zylberkan Written by Daniel Zylberkan about over 4 years ago 880 reads 9 comments

  13. Formula One's Relatibility Problem, Is F1 Relevant For The Casual Fan?

    I think any sport as involved as Formula One is in the world of technology, engineering, and head splittingly complicated things like aerodynamic properties, CFD models, and tire graining will ...

    Daniel Zylberkan Written by Daniel Zylberkan about almost 5 years ago 195 reads 1 comments

  14. Formula One: Romain Grosjean Or Lucas Di Grassi, Who Should Replace Nelsinho?

    The clock's been ticking for a long time on Nelson Piquet Jr, I was actually very bullish on how Nelsinho was going to do in Formula One...

    Daniel Zylberkan Written by Daniel Zylberkan about almost 5 years ago 225 reads 12 comments

  15. The Best Major Leaguers 26 or Under

    Baseball analysis has never been the most objective of discipline. Baseball despite being the most static heavy sport in the world is still full of things that statistics still can't measure...

    Daniel Zylberkan Written by Daniel Zylberkan about almost 5 years ago 396 reads 3 comments

  16. Washington Nationals: More Than Just a Spoiler, a Proud Team at Its Best

    Here we are in the first week of August, teams that are trying to contend and the legitimate contenders have just acquired the players that they needed to fill out their rosters at the trade deadline...

    Daniel Zylberkan Written by Daniel Zylberkan about almost 5 years ago 151 reads 1 comments

  17. If Schumacher Succeeds, Does F1 Need a Champion's Series?

    I remember when Sarah wrote an article a while ago about how Formula One should be open to racing to older Formula One cars...

    Daniel Zylberkan Written by Daniel Zylberkan about almost 5 years ago 620 reads 5 comments

  18. Out of Gas: The Slow Deaths of Formula One and IRL Racing in North America

    A long time ago and in a place not so far away, open wheel racing mattered. This place was called North America Apparently this no longer holds true; open wheel racing has been suffering a slow death in North America in the last decade or so...

    Daniel Zylberkan Written by Daniel Zylberkan about almost 5 years ago 438 reads 21 comments

  19. MotoGP: Fear and Loathing at the Sachsenring

    Formula One Racing has had a season of conflict so far this year. It's been unsteady, unpredictable, and entertaining, but only off the track...

    Daniel Zylberkan Written by Daniel Zylberkan about almost 5 years ago 191 reads 3 comments

  20. Formula One: Can McLaren, Hamilton Build on Their German GP "Success"?

    After qualifying on Saturday, I wrote a very "cheery" article, saying that McLaren had turned a corner that after half a season of struggles maybe things would be getting better for the boys in silver and crimson...

    Daniel Zylberkan Written by Daniel Zylberkan about 5 years ago 100 reads 3 comments

  21. F1: McLaren's Metamorphosis, Lewis Hamilton Quick At German GP

    After two consecutive years of unbridled success for the McLaren-Mercedes team and Lewis Hamilton, despite the lying and the cheating, Formula One fans had started to take McMercs' performance for granted...

    Daniel Zylberkan Written by Daniel Zylberkan about 5 years ago 221 reads 1 comments

  22. Florida Marlins Midseason Report Card

    This is one of the biggest cliches in sports journalism and commentary, but I need to use it regardless. The baseball season isn't a sprint, it's a marathon, over a 162-game season ...

    Daniel Zylberkan Written by Daniel Zylberkan about 5 years ago 56 reads 3 comments

  23. Rubens Barichello's Career: The Unbearable Lightness of Being (Second)

    The story of Rubens Barrichello is one of the unsung hero, the supporting actor, the teammate, the sidekick. Rubens is either the luckiest man in the history of Formula One or the least lucky...

    Daniel Zylberkan Written by Daniel Zylberkan about 5 years ago 291 reads 7 comments

  24. 2009 German Grand Prix Preview. Vettel, Rosberg and Toyota Come Home.

    When someone says the word Nurburgring to me, the first thing I think of is of the old classic, Jackie Stewart's "Green Hell", the fearsome 22 km-long Nordschleife...

    Daniel Zylberkan Written by Daniel Zylberkan about 5 years ago 56 reads 0 comments

  25. F1: Max Mosley and Bernie Ecclestone: The Collapse of the Old Guard?

    The old saying goes something like this "with experience comes wisdom", but Bernie Ecclestone and Max Mosley have proved the exact opposite...

    Daniel Zylberkan Written by Daniel Zylberkan about 5 years ago 105 reads 4 comments