1. F1 2009: Three Races Completed, Has KERS Made an Impact On The Racing?

    This season saw the introduction of an optional technology called KERS (Kinetic Energy Recovery System) which is a very advanced version of a hybrid system on a road car...

    Jim Money Written by Jim Money about over 5 years ago 189 reads 0 comments

  2. Brawn GP: 1-2 In Malaysia?

    This weekend's Australian GP saw many firsts for the F1 fraternity, from new regulations to new technologies to debut points finishes for Buemi and of course, a 1-2 finish for Brawn GP...

    Jim Money Written by Jim Money about over 5 years ago 140 reads 1 comments

  3. Toyota, Williams and Brawn GP: Are Their Diffusers Right?

    F1 in 2009 will see the introduction of a radical new set of aerodynamic regulations, so different in fact that every team has had to design their new cars from scratch...

    Jim Money Written by Jim Money about over 5 years ago 634 reads 0 comments

  4. F1 2009: Will KERS Make More Exciting Racing?

    This year sees the introduction of hybrid vehicles for the first time in F1, and although the technology isn't mandatory in 2009, the majority of teams have spent millions of Euros designing, manufacturing and developing their own systems...

    Jim Money Written by Jim Money about over 5 years ago 336 reads 1 comments

  5. Barrichello: Nov. 2009: 284 Race Starts and Finally World Champion?

    A little more than three weeks ago, Honda announced the sale of it's F1 team to Ross Brawn and, with that, a confirmed race seat for Jenson Button...

    Jim Money Written by Jim Money about over 5 years ago 142 reads 5 comments