1. Adrian Sutil: A Man Worthy of a Decent Drive for 2012

    It is a rare occurrence that Eddie Jordan manages to ask a useful question as part of his punditry role for the BBC...

    Adam Flinn Written by Adam Flinn about over 2 years ago 720 reads 1 comments

  2. Bahrain Grand Prix Cancelled Due To Political Protests

    It has finally been confirmed that the Bahrain Grand Prix has been called off because of the political protests occurring in the country and all across the Middle East. Next week's test session will also not go ahead...

    Adam Flinn Written by Adam Flinn about over 3 years ago 130 reads 4 comments

  3. McLaren's 2011 Preparation: Could They Be Having Some Problems?

    The second preseason test at Jerez concluded today with Felipe Massa, Michael Schumacher, Nick Heidfeld and Rubens Barrichello each finishing top over the four days...

    Adam Flinn Written by Adam Flinn about over 3 years ago 495 reads 3 comments

  4. Vitaly Petrov: A Great Opportunity In Unfortunate Circumstances

    First of all, along with everyone else I want to wish Robert Kubica the best of luck with his recovery after his horrifying rally crash on Sunday...

    Adam Flinn Written by Adam Flinn about over 3 years ago 317 reads 3 comments

  5. Are Pay-To-Race Drivers Making a Return To Formula 1?

    In one of the more surprising announcements made in January, Narain Karthikeyan was given another chance in F1 by landing a drive at Hispania...

    Adam Flinn Written by Adam Flinn about over 3 years ago 717 reads 8 comments

  6. Who Will Be the 2011 F1 World Champion?

    With Paul di Resta being confirmed at Force India, nearly all the seats are filled for this year's F1 season. Only Hispania need to choose a driver to partner Narain Karthikeyan, but somehow I feel that their choice will not be a title contender...

    Adam Flinn Written by Adam Flinn about over 3 years ago 692 reads 7 comments

  7. Formula One: Guide to Bahrain

    It's only three days until the first Formula One session of the year, and I'm getting just a little bit excited. There is plenty to look forward to during the 2010 season: new teams, returning ...

    Adam Flinn Written by Adam Flinn about over 4 years ago 279 reads 1 comments

  8. Driver Comebacks: Do They Ever Work?

    2010 seems to be the year of old drivers returning. Michael Schumacher, Pedro de la Rosa, and possibly Jacques Villeneuve will all return to the sport this season...

    Adam Flinn Written by Adam Flinn about over 4 years ago 619 reads 10 comments

  9. Who Will Be the 2010 F1 World Champion?

    Most of the big teams have filled their seats, so it's a good time to start thinking about who will win the title next year. There's a pretty good selection of contenders and many of them are in new locations, so it should be an interesting year...

    Adam Flinn Written by Adam Flinn about over 4 years ago 1,538 reads 15 comments

  10. Manor Set to Become Virgin Racing

    The publication of the FIA entry list has shown the name "Virgin Racing" in the place of Manor, suggesting that the team has changed its name. An announcement of the deal is expected soon by Manor boss John Booth and head of Virgin Richard Branson...

    Adam Flinn Written by Adam Flinn about over 4 years ago 291 reads 3 comments

  11. Button Confirmed at McLaren, Kimi Gone For 2010, and Other Short Stories

    In a fairly busy news day for Formula 1, McLaren have confirmed Jenson Button to drive alongside Lewis Hamilton, replacing Heikki Kovalainen to form an all-British team...

    Adam Flinn Written by Adam Flinn about over 4 years ago 263 reads 0 comments

  12. Mercedes Buys 75 Percent of Brawn, Jenson Button to McLaren for 2010?

    Mercedes have bought a 75.1 percent share in Brawn GP and sold their 40 percent holdings in McLaren, Brawn's Web site announced on Monday . The current Brawn shareholders retain a 24.9 percent stake in the team...

    Adam Flinn Written by Adam Flinn about over 4 years ago 498 reads 0 comments

  13. Can Massa and Glock Regain Competitiveness After Their Injuries?

    As I am sure you will remember, Felipe Massa and Timo Glock had their 2009 seasons cut short after accidents sidelined them for the rest of the year. Unfortunately for the pair, they both seemed to happen just as they were picking up form...

    Adam Flinn Written by Adam Flinn about over 4 years ago 224 reads 1 comments

  14. Nico Rosberg To Leave Williams Racing Team

    Nico Rosberg has confirmed that Abu Dhabi will be his last race for the Williams team, but has stopped short of saying who he will be driving for in 2010. In his four years with the team, he has scored 75...

    Adam Flinn Written by Adam Flinn about over 4 years ago 99 reads 0 comments

  15. Jean Todt Elected As FIA President

    Jean Todt has been elected as the successor to Max Mosley as FIA President, ending Mosley's 16-year reign in the position. Todt received 135 votes, whilst fellow candidate Ari Vatanen received 49...

    Adam Flinn Written by Adam Flinn about almost 5 years ago 93 reads 9 comments

  16. FIA Elections: Ari Vatanen vs Jean Todt

    The election for a new FIA President are due to take place on Friday October 23, with Jean Todt and Ari Vatanen both in the running to succeed Max Mosley...

    Adam Flinn Written by Adam Flinn about almost 5 years ago 218 reads 4 comments

  17. The Top-Five Races Of The Decade Part 6: Interlagos 2009

    This sort of serves me right for writing this series before the end of the decade! Jenson Button drove an amazing race to claim the world championship, and it really was a brilliant spectacle to watch...

    Adam Flinn Written by Adam Flinn about almost 5 years ago 162 reads 0 comments

  18. The Top-Five Races Of The Decade: Hungaroring 2006

    The final entry of what I believe to be the top five races of the decade was a tough one. I toyed with the idea of Australia 2002, Brazil 2006 and a few others, but I eventually picked the ...

    Adam Flinn Written by Adam Flinn about almost 5 years ago 317 reads 3 comments

  19. The Top-Five Races of the Decade: Interlagos 2008

    The Brazilian Grand Prix of 2008 was a classic example of how rain can completely change the result of a race within just a few laps. However, this time a lot more was riding on the final positions of this race, as there was a championship at stake...

    Adam Flinn Written by Adam Flinn about almost 5 years ago 457 reads 3 comments

  20. The Top-Five Races Of The Decade: Suzuka 2005

    Part three of the top-five races of the decade, and it goes to the Japanese Grand Prix of 2005, held at Suzuka. A topsy-turvy grid where Ralf Schumacher managed to claim pole position was the ...

    Adam Flinn Written by Adam Flinn about almost 5 years ago 1,147 reads 2 comments

  21. The Top-Five Races Of The Decade: Silverstone 2003

    It's probably about time I finished what I started, so here is part two of what I believe to be the best five races of the current decade. If anyone wants to read the first one I did, here's the link: Nurburgring 2007 So, the British Grand Prix of 2003..

    Adam Flinn Written by Adam Flinn about almost 5 years ago 890 reads 0 comments

  22. The Top-Five Races of the Decade: Nurburgring 2007

    With so much crap happening in Formula 1 over recent months, I feel that the racing is being overlooked. With Fuhrer Ecclestone upsetting everyone and Max Mosley winding up the FOTA teams over ...

    Adam Flinn Written by Adam Flinn about 5 years ago 866 reads 3 comments

  23. In the Mirrors: British GP

    It's been an interesting weekend. The politics rage on, Silverstone could be here for 2010, and Michael Schumacher is the stig. Oh, and a Formula One race took place at some point as well...

    Adam Flinn Written by Adam Flinn about 5 years ago 111 reads 2 comments

  24. In The Mirrors: Turkish GP

    First of all, I apologise for the very long delay in writing this, it has only been 11 days since the Turkish Grand Prix. Therefore you may have to cast your mind back a bit for this one (Jenson won, remember...

    Adam Flinn Written by Adam Flinn about 5 years ago 54 reads 0 comments

  25. In the Mirrors: Monaco GP

    What is going on this year? Forget Jenson for the time being, because the cars at the back of the grid are getting more confusing as each race goes by! Two races ago, Toyota held the front two ...

    Adam Flinn Written by Adam Flinn about 5 years ago 164 reads 4 comments