1. Red Bull Air Race: Those Magnificent Men and Their Flying Machines!

    We see them do half-Cuban eights, watch them navigate a track at full speed and at high G's, but what is the equipment used for the Red Bull Air Race? There are three types of planes that are ...

    Sheiban Shakeri Written by Sheiban Shakeri about over 6 years ago 1,851 reads 5 comments

  2. Formula One: Gentlemen, Start Your Conspiracy Theories!

    With Lewis Hamilton giving Kimi Raikkonen an early bath at the Canadian Grand Prix, conspiracy theories are floating around the internet that Hamilton wanted to take out Kimi in order to prevent him from taking a possible win...

    Sheiban Shakeri Written by Sheiban Shakeri about over 6 years ago 1,286 reads 20 comments

  3. Formula One: 'Unlikely' Is The Word to Define The Canadian Grand Prix

    The dust from the Canadian Grand Prix hasn't settled yet, but it is already a very memorable race! After Adrian Sutil's breakdown of his Force India racer, the safety car came out and all the ...

    Sheiban Shakeri Written by Sheiban Shakeri about over 6 years ago 638 reads 4 comments

  4. Formula One Needs to Be Reformed!

    Last weekend, I was invited by Red Bull, courtesy of Bleacher Report, to the Detroit stop of the Red Bull Air Race...

    Sheiban Shakeri Written by Sheiban Shakeri about over 6 years ago 315 reads 9 comments

  5. Red Bull Air Race: Reporter's Diary, Day Four

    Quite a journey so far! After the VIP Lift Off Party that was held at the Detroit Science Center, myself and many others were excited at the prospect of some air racing after Saturday's unfortunate cancellation due to high winds...

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  6. Red Bull Air Race: Pilot Comments on Transnational Racing

    The Ambassador Bridge between Windsor, Ontario and Detroit, Michigan over the Detroit River is the best indicator of the economic and cultural ties that bind Canada and the US together. There is even a Transit Windsor bus link between the two cities...

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  7. Red Bull Air Race: Day Three Reporter's Diary

    A bit of disappointment today in Detroit on Saturday as the qualifying round for the Red Bull Air Race was cancelled due to high winds going as high as 35 knots...

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  8. Red Bull Air Race: Reporter's Diary Day 2

    It’s Day 2 of the reporter’s diary, and I’m here in the very nice media centre making my report. To start off the day, all accredited media were taken to the Detroit City Airport, where the security was certainly not skimpy...

    Sheiban Shakeri Written by Sheiban Shakeri about over 6 years ago 557 reads 0 comments

  9. Red Bull Air Race: Reporter's Diary Day 1

    I got to Detroit this afternoon from Toronto with a bit of trouble at the border due to Homeland Security’s extra precautions of the border area for the upcoming Red Bull Air Race...

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  10. Monaco Grand Prix: Great Race, Horrendous Coverage

    For the first time in a long time, I watched a Formula One race with the British channel, ITV. I knew that obviously they would be cheering for Hamilton, because he is British, on a good team, and talented behind the wheel of the chrome car...

    Sheiban Shakeri Written by Sheiban Shakeri about over 6 years ago 777 reads 8 comments

  11. Red Bull Air Race: Motor City Mayhem Preview

    Coming up next weekend is the Detroit stop of the Red Bull Air Race. The race will be held over the Detroit River. This specific air race has a lot of firsts...

    Sheiban Shakeri Written by Sheiban Shakeri about over 6 years ago 1,073 reads 0 comments

  12. Formula One: Is Monaco Necessary Anymore?

    This is a controversial topic that has been pondered many times. Several issues of F1 Racing Magazine in the past few years had readers write in saying that the cars had outgrown the streets of the principality...

    Sheiban Shakeri Written by Sheiban Shakeri about over 6 years ago 593 reads 7 comments

  13. Formula One: Racing or Corporation?

    We are all united here in this section because we love Formula One racing. It's in us to see some of the most technologically sophisticated cars race it out for glory...

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  14. The Red Bull Air Race: Electric Englishman Paul Bonhomme Makes It 2 of 2

    The Red Bull Air Race, for the second year in a row, went to San Diego. And for the second race in a row, Paul Bonhomme took a win...

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  15. Formula One's Super Aguri: An Obituary

    Today, Super Aguri has left Formula One adding another team to the graveyard of has-beens.Started in 2006 on former Formula One driver Aguri Suzuki's dream, Super Aguri barely made ...

    Sheiban Shakeri Written by Sheiban Shakeri about over 6 years ago 144 reads 4 comments

  16. Red Bull Air Race: San Diego Preview

    The Red Bull Air Race is making its second stop of the year at the home of the world's largest Naval Reserve, San Diego...

    Sheiban Shakeri Written by Sheiban Shakeri about over 6 years ago 1,042 reads 2 comments

  17. Formula One Makes a Grand Return to Europe

    After three flyaway races and three weeks off after those races, Formula One makes its gallant return to Europe this weekend with the first of three races being held in Barcelona before flying off to Montreal in June...

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  18. Formula One: Bring on the Aerodynamic Updates!

    Formula One returns to Europe, and with testing at the Circuit de Catalunya in Barcelona.After the three flyaway races in Australia, Malaysia and Bahrain, the teams begin to add aerodynamic updates in their first test here...

    Sheiban Shakeri Written by Sheiban Shakeri about over 6 years ago 528 reads 1 comments

  19. Stylish Start in the Emirates for Paul Bonhomme

    Paul Bonhomme started the sixth season of the Red Bull Air Race with a stylish victory! With a setup throughout practice that was consistently faster than the rest, the Englishman's quest for a title is long overdue...

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  20. Red Bull Air Race: Full Throttle in Abu Dhabi

    The season for the Red Bull Air Race does not begin until tomorrow, but the training has begun. Similar to practice runs in other motorsports, the pilots of the Red Bull Air Race have ...

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  21. Formula One of the Skies: The Red Bull Air Race, Part 3: A Short History

    On Thursday, the Red Bull Air Race enters its sixth season with 12 competitors ready to take on each other for supremacy of the skies...

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  22. FIA President Max Mosley Entangled in Pointless Scandal

    Well, I was under the assumption that sex scandals would primarily be a thing of the political elite, touching people like Bill Clinton and John McCain, who are completely outside the realm of sport...

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  23. Formula One of the skies: The Red Bull Air Race, part 2: The venues

    The Red Bull Air Race is very unique in the sense that a track does not have to be built by Hermann Tilke and the fact that the course made can be over land, over water, or both...

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  24. Why Fernando Alonso Should Not Go to Ferrari

    There have been rumours rampant that Fernando Alonso, the 2005 and 2006 Formula One World Champion, and slayer of Michael Schumacher, has only taken temporary refuge at Renault and will wait until a seat becomes available at Ferrari...

    Sheiban Shakeri Written by Sheiban Shakeri about almost 7 years ago 1,079 reads 5 comments

  25. Formula One of the Skies: The Red Bull Air Race, Part 1

    While not steeped in as much history as Formula One, the Red Bull Air Race is definitely something to keep an eye on if you like to watch man and machine in action.The Red Bull Air Race began in 2003 with only two events in Austria and Hungary...

    Sheiban Shakeri Written by Sheiban Shakeri about almost 7 years ago 662 reads 0 comments