1. Red Bull Air Race: The Hungarian Grandfather

    He was brought up in a time when communism was rampant and when the Berlin Wall was most strong. He is Hungarian, and unless your name is Kellie Pickler, you would know that the country has ...

    Sheiban Shakeri Written by Sheiban Shakeri about 6 years ago 271 reads 0 comments

  2. London Calling to The Faraway Towns...

    The party goes to London this weekend with the Red Bull Air Race and in English style, with a Brit leading the championship. Over the River Thames, a battle will take place in a championship race that's easier to lose than it is to win...

    Sheiban Shakeri Written by Sheiban Shakeri about 6 years ago 184 reads 4 comments

  3. Formula One Scandal Was Sex, Sex, and More Sex—Not Nazis

    A decision has been made today against the News of the World about the so-called Nazi orgy that Max Mosley was involved in back in February. The High Court in London ordered the News of the World to pay Mosley to the tune of about $120,000...

    Sheiban Shakeri Written by Sheiban Shakeri about 6 years ago 2,001 reads 26 comments

  4. Open Mic: When Should a Formula One Driver Retire?

    Being in Formula One, the average layperson would think that as long as you can drive a car, you can continue racing. However, that is shown not to be true with a great article coming from the Reuters newswire...

    Sheiban Shakeri Written by Sheiban Shakeri about 6 years ago 444 reads 4 comments

  5. Thrills, Spills, and Surprises As Bonhomme Takes Third Win

    Well, what a weekend in Rotterdam! It was quite possibly the most entertaining of all the races so far with weather playing a big factor in the setups of the pilots...

    Sheiban Shakeri Written by Sheiban Shakeri about 6 years ago 198 reads 0 comments

  6. Is Lewis Hamilton Paying ITV?

    It is getting annoying to the extent that it makes Formula One unwatchable. I'm talking about the "pro-Hamiltonism" that the English-speaking audience endures when Formula One is on...

    Sheiban Shakeri Written by Sheiban Shakeri about 6 years ago 625 reads 8 comments

  7. Mercedes-Benz Buying Out McLaren: The Pros and Cons

    It has been a topic that has been going on since as far back as I can remember. When Mercedes-Benz became the engine supplier of McLaren, it marked a partnership that has been quite ...

    Sheiban Shakeri Written by Sheiban Shakeri about 6 years ago 924 reads 18 comments

  8. Rotterdam Makes Way For The Red Bull Air Race

    The Red Bull Air Race has come back after a lengthy six weeks and everybody must be itching to hop into their aircraft and start racing...

    Sheiban Shakeri Written by Sheiban Shakeri about 6 years ago 134 reads 0 comments

  9. Apple Buys Out Super Aguri

    In a bold move by Steve Jobs, Apple—the maker of the iPod, iPhone, iTunes, and other such hardware and software—will be joining Formula One next season as a team after buying out all of Super Aguri's assets two weeks ago...

    Sheiban Shakeri Written by Sheiban Shakeri about 6 years ago 1,565 reads 25 comments

  10. Fernando Alonso to Join Ferrari as Signalled by Santander's Move?

    According to the AFP today, Santander will join Ferrari in 2010. Many speculate that this is because of rumours of Fernando Alonso joining Ferrari, but I think that we shouldn't be too hasty in our conclusions...

    Sheiban Shakeri Written by Sheiban Shakeri about 6 years ago 1,205 reads 9 comments

  11. Formula One: The Modification of The Year!

    McLaren-Mercedes is the newest team to jump on the dorsal, or shark-fin bandwagon, thus creating a completely new area for sponsorship advertising! Aerodynamics has taken a whole new turn since ...

    Sheiban Shakeri Written by Sheiban Shakeri about 6 years ago 429 reads 10 comments

  12. Formula One: The Recipe For A Champion

    On the current Formula One grid, there are two world champions in Kimi Raikkonen and Fernando Alonso, and many more younger guys waiting in the wings to take their turn at the crown...

    Sheiban Shakeri Written by Sheiban Shakeri about 6 years ago 587 reads 8 comments

  13. Max Mosley to Formula One: Cut Costs, Fuel, and Spark Interest!

    Yesterday Max Mosley posted an open letter to all Formula One teams on the FIA website asking for more cost-cutting measures be taken in the sport...

    Sheiban Shakeri Written by Sheiban Shakeri about 6 years ago 709 reads 11 comments

  14. Politics and Sports: At What Point Is Too Far?

    There is talk in the various political forums that dot the internet as well as the BBC's Have Your Say that many would like to see a boycott of the World Cup in South Africa in two years time ...

    Sheiban Shakeri Written by Sheiban Shakeri about 6 years ago 745 reads 5 comments

  15. Red Bull Influence in Sports: What Makes It Unique?

    In extreme sports today the most visible sponsor, a sponsor nearly synonymous with the sport itself, is Red Bull. Red Bull is an energy drink and its association with extreme sports has given it a very "cool" image in the eyes of young people...

    Sheiban Shakeri Written by Sheiban Shakeri about 6 years ago 4,014 reads -1 comments

  16. Formula One Drivers in Need of Coaches?

    Jackie Stewart—the outspoken Scotsman, Formula One critic, and former triple world champion—has said that Formula One drivers need coaching...

    Sheiban Shakeri Written by Sheiban Shakeri about 6 years ago 395 reads 5 comments

  17. Formula One: The Sophomore Report

    A lot of articles take a look at how the rookies do halfway through the season, I would like to take a look at those who are racing in their second season in Formula One, regardless of whether they were dropped in last year or not...

    Sheiban Shakeri Written by Sheiban Shakeri about 6 years ago 173 reads 2 comments

  18. Formula One: Toyota Still Has Problems

    Before the season began, I wrote an article regarding Toyota's inability to challenge the leaders with their massive budget...

    Sheiban Shakeri Written by Sheiban Shakeri about 6 years ago 413 reads 7 comments

  19. Red Bull Air Race: The Sophomore's Amazing Performance!

    This year, a surprise in the Red Bull Air Race comes in the form of a sophomore named Hannes Arch. Why is he a surprise? If you look at last year's results, Arch was only able to score points on one occasion, a fourth place in the second event in Brazil..

    Sheiban Shakeri Written by Sheiban Shakeri about 6 years ago 112 reads 0 comments

  20. Red Bull Air Race: Cancellation for Stockholm

    Oh Waterloo! A little fun at ABBA's expense here because the Red Bull Air Race planned for Stockholm on July 5th-6th has been cancelled...

    Sheiban Shakeri Written by Sheiban Shakeri about 6 years ago 71 reads 0 comments

  21. Formula One: Lewis Hamilton Given 5 Place Penalty For Flatulence in The Pitlane.

    It seems like Lewis Hamilton cannot catch a break this season. After thermal imaging cameras in the pitlane caught a strange anomaly coming out of the cockpit of Lewis Hamilton's silver ...

    Sheiban Shakeri Written by Sheiban Shakeri about 6 years ago 465 reads 4 comments

  22. Cristiano Ronaldo Declares His Olympic Dream

    In a move that stunned football fans and Olympic aficionados worldwide, the captain of the now-defeated Portuguese national football team, Cristiano Ronaldo, has declared his dream to represent his country at the Olympics in diving...

    Sheiban Shakeri Written by Sheiban Shakeri about 6 years ago 1,641 reads 9 comments

  23. Formula 1: Where Are the Yanks Now?

    The influence of Formula One in a country where Nascar takes priority as the top of the motorsport food chain took a beating last year with the elimination of the US Grand Prix off the Formula One calendar...

    Sheiban Shakeri Written by Sheiban Shakeri about 6 years ago 284 reads 13 comments

  24. Volvo Vrooming Makes Way for Red Bull Air Race

    After the first ever cross-border race in Detroit and Windsor, Ontario, the Red Bull Air Race heads over to Europe and Stockholm for the start of the first of five approximately bi-weekly races on the continent...

    Sheiban Shakeri Written by Sheiban Shakeri about 6 years ago 331 reads 0 comments

  25. Formula One: Of Pikeys and Men

    If it hasn't hit your computer screens, or newspapers, or televisions yet, Martin Brundle, former Grand Prix driver and current Formula One pundit for ITV, has gotten himself into a bit of hot ...

    Sheiban Shakeri Written by Sheiban Shakeri about 6 years ago 367 reads 3 comments