1. The All-Motorsport Power Rankings. Week 1

    Motorsports. It's all about the power and the glory. So for the new Motorsport season here's a new weekly feature that pits the stars of different series against each other to produce the definative (hopefully) Power Rankings for stuff on wheels...

    James Broomhead Written by James Broomhead about over 5 years ago 275 reads 7 comments

  2. Dakar Stage 10: "Devil's Own" Lives Up to Its Name

    A stage that was referred to as the “Devil’s Own” after its original length of 666 kilometers lived up to its name today, as the 2009 Dakar Rally continues to wind its way back to Buenos Aires...

    James Broomhead Written by James Broomhead about over 5 years ago 50 reads 2 comments

  3. Robby Gordon Fifth at Dakar Rally, Looking for Best Finish

    As the 2009 Dakar Rally enters its final week NASCAR driver Robby Gordon continues to turn in impressive performances and challenge the drivers of the factory Volkswagen and Mitsubishi teams...

    James Broomhead Written by James Broomhead about over 5 years ago 299 reads 5 comments

  4. A.J. Allmendinger Deserves a 2009 Ride

    I'll come right out and say it. Right now A.J. Allmendinger is the biggest name in the NASCAR paddock with a full time ride heading into the new season. This might sound absurd, A.J...

    James Broomhead Written by James Broomhead about over 5 years ago 318 reads 10 comments

  5. Investigation Needed After Paris-Dakar Rally 2009 Claims First Victim

    The traditional motorsport curtain-raiser (at least for me), the Paris-Dakar Rally, has sadly claimed its first life, with French motorcyclist Pascal Terry being found dead three days after failing to complete the rally's first stage...

    James Broomhead Written by James Broomhead about over 5 years ago 1,210 reads 5 comments

  6. Jeff Gordon Demolishes Man Flu

    Jeff Gordon is obviously some kind of super hero. But he can't see through walls, or stick to them, or fly, or time travel. But he may be able to heal himself...

    James Broomhead Written by James Broomhead about almost 6 years ago 1,002 reads 4 comments

  7. When Did Sport Lose Its Innocence?

    I'm fed up with sport. I'm fed with having to take everything with a pinch of salt, I'm fed up with overpaid prima donas whining to cameras, I'm fed up with officials and their decisions. This summer has not been a great advertisement for sport...

    James Broomhead Written by James Broomhead about almost 6 years ago 455 reads 1 comments

  8. Indycar in 2008: The End of Their Own Cold War

    The 2008 Indycar Series season was going to a big year, one way or another. The off season saw it lose, arguably, its two biggest names in reigning champion and Indy 500 winner Dario Franchitti and multiple race winner and past champion Sam Hornish, Jr..

    James Broomhead Written by James Broomhead about almost 6 years ago 492 reads 5 comments

  9. NASCAR Fans Should Give Some Attention to the Little Guys

    Very few things were learnt in the 250-lap snoozer round California Speedway. We learnt that Jimmie Johnson is good. We knew that. We learnt that Fontana races are like watching paint dry...

    James Broomhead Written by James Broomhead about almost 6 years ago 362 reads 5 comments

  10. For Manchester City, What a Difference a Day Makes...

    While the world was busy watching the sagas of where Dimitar Berbatov would move to, whether Andre Arshavin or Robinho would move anywhere, and whether my beloved Nottingham Forest ...

    James Broomhead Written by James Broomhead about almost 6 years ago 257 reads 0 comments

  11. A Street Track Named Desire

    Imagine the scene, a 1950’s or 60’s Formula One driver is threading the needle between houses and trees up a winding hill at a speed, that even in a still, grainy black and white photo you can tell is unsafe...

    James Broomhead Written by James Broomhead about almost 6 years ago 302 reads 4 comments