1. Nico Rosberg: Is He the Tiger Waiting to Destroy Lewis Hamilton's F1 Career?

    Picture this. Your name is Michael Schumacher and you know you're a very great F1 driver, because that's what the man in the mirror tells you every day...

    Duncan Scott Written by Duncan Scott about almost 2 years ago 2,254 reads 9 comments

  2. Lewis Hamilton, Michael Schumacher and the Strain of F1 Disillusion

    When Michael Schumacher returned to F1 with Mercedes the predictions of how he would fare were many and diverse...

    Duncan Scott Written by Duncan Scott about almost 2 years ago 1,424 reads 4 comments

  3. Lewis Hamilton's Formula 1 2012: A Series of Unfortunate Events

    It is a fairly common and entirely harmless amusement for Formula One fans to compile lists such as "The Top 10 Drivers Of All Time." Indeed, this writer may at times have contributed to such serial folly...

    Duncan Scott Written by Duncan Scott about over 2 years ago 800 reads 4 comments

  4. Rating F1 Drivers: The Wisdom of Crowds Gives a Definitive Answer

    Was Ayrton Senna a greater F1 driver than Michael Schumacher? Or were both of those worthies totally eclipsed by Juan Fangio? Well, the answer has to depend on how greatness is measured, ...

    Duncan Scott Written by Duncan Scott about over 2 years ago 541 reads 7 comments

  5. Parting Is Such Sweet Sorrow: Robert Kubica's Long F1 Goodbye

    Here on Bleacher Report and on other F1 fan sites, Robert Kubica has an almost mythical status. He is often portrayed as the king across the water, and it is somehow implied that ...

    Duncan Scott Written by Duncan Scott about almost 3 years ago 1,389 reads 4 comments

  6. Sebastian Vettel: Is He King of F1 or Baron of Boredom?

    Can you name the current world tennis champion? You cannot, because the people running tennis are not dumb enough to have a world championship...

    Duncan Scott Written by Duncan Scott about almost 3 years ago 999 reads 25 comments

  7. Lewis Hamilton at the Crossroads: It's Time for Him to Push the Button

    In 2010, Jenson Button joined Lewis Hamilton at McLaren in a move that amazed many, including this writer. Many commentators, again including this writer, thought Lewis likely to crush Button...

    Duncan Scott Written by Duncan Scott about 3 years ago 329 reads 10 comments

  8. Runaway Wheels and Flying Debris: The Clear and Present Danger in Formula One

    It is often said that F1 has suffered no fatalities since Roland Ratzenberger and Ayrton Senna in 1994, but that is unfortunately not true...

    Duncan Scott Written by Duncan Scott about 3 years ago 893 reads 3 comments

  9. Formula One TV Rights: The Baby-Like Innocence of Bernie Ecclestone

    When F1 fans get angry about the sport their ire is quite often focused on Bernard Charles Ecclestone, known to everyone except his employees as Bernie...

    Duncan Scott Written by Duncan Scott about 3 years ago 1,109 reads 4 comments

  10. Sexier Than the Male: Some Formula One WAGS

    OK, here's the idea. This is a fun photo quiz—you remember what fun is, right? You don't have to play along, of course, you can just treat this as an educational experience...

    Duncan Scott Written by Duncan Scott about over 3 years ago 3,890 reads 1 comments

  11. Bring Me the Head of Lewis Hamilton: The Hounding of F1's Superstar

    You've seen the old horror movies that end with a mob of villagers heading up to the evil count's castle bearing flaming torches and pitchforks, intent on destroying the vile undead creature...

    Duncan Scott Written by Duncan Scott about over 3 years ago 716 reads 17 comments

  12. Lewis Hamilton and Dangerous Overtaking: Another View

    After the 2011 Monaco Grand Prix, Lewis Hamilton stands second in the F1 Drivers' Championship table with almost four times the points total of Ferrari driver Felipe Massa...

    Duncan Scott Written by Duncan Scott about over 3 years ago 2,282 reads 13 comments

  13. Mark Webber's Tenth F1 Season: Can He Overcome Vettel and Become F1 Champion?

    To establish his name at the top of the sport an F1 driver has to be in the right car at the right time...

    Duncan Scott Written by Duncan Scott about over 3 years ago 517 reads 4 comments

  14. Kimi Raikkonen Becomes NASCAR Pay-Driver: Huge Personality to Dazzle U.S. Fans

    NASCAR's legion of fans will surely be thrilled to learn that another former F1 driver is definitely heading their way...

    Duncan Scott Written by Duncan Scott about over 3 years ago 1,026 reads 7 comments

  15. BBC F1 Commentary: Out With the Old, In With the Slightly Less Old

    Providing a TV commentary on any sport must be extremely difficult, because it is so rarely done well. Football (soccer) commentators are an infuriating breed who seem compelled ...

    Duncan Scott Written by Duncan Scott about over 3 years ago 463 reads 4 comments

  16. Vitaly and Oksana at F1 Melbourne: Triumph and Tears for the Sport's Odd Couple

    There are a number of big stories about the 2011 Melbourne F1 Grand Prix. One of the biggest is that Vitaly Petrov scored third place for Lotus- Renault , which also made him ...

    Duncan Scott Written by Duncan Scott about over 3 years ago 2,915 reads 4 comments

  17. Sebastian Vettel on Pole in Melbourne: Formula 1 Season Starting To Take Shape?

    The Melbourne F1 qualifying yielded some surprises, but not at the very front of the pack. Here is the starting grid for the race: 1. Sebastian Vettel Red Bull-Renault 2...

    Duncan Scott Written by Duncan Scott about over 3 years ago 348 reads 1 comments

  18. Bernie Ecclestone: A Short History of F1's Billion-Dollar Brain

    How is it possible to go from 21-year-old racing driver to a 80-year-old boss of the world's most glamorous and expensive motorsport, and finish with more hair than you started with? I don't know...

    Duncan Scott Written by Duncan Scott about over 3 years ago 9,945 reads 5 comments

  19. Bahrain Bites Bernie's Butt: Protests Zap F1 Season Opener

    The first race of the 2011 Formula One season is scheduled to take place in Bahrain on March 13th. That fact is not due to there being any motorsport tradition in the region, but ...

    Duncan Scott Written by Duncan Scott about over 3 years ago 246 reads 5 comments

  20. Proton and the Lotus Heritage: Can They Truly Lay Claim to It?

    I am sure that Proton make very fine cars. Their advertising says they do. Not that I would buy one, or wish to be seen dead in one. Actually, I don't know if they make hearses...

    Duncan Scott Written by Duncan Scott about over 3 years ago 290 reads 4 comments

  21. F1 Drivers Of 2010: Some Winners And Losers

    Although the 2010 F1 season is not quite over, it is possible to see which drivers have had a good year, and which have not...

    Duncan Scott Written by Duncan Scott about almost 4 years ago 579 reads 24 comments

  22. England and International Football: A Lesson from History

    In the world of international football many things have changed in the past 44 years. The ball has changed colour, and no longer becomes so heavy with water that it strikes with the force of a cannonball...

    Duncan Scott Written by Duncan Scott about almost 4 years ago 200 reads 2 comments

  23. Michael Schumacher: F1's Asphalt Soldier

    He's washed-up, he's finished, and he must know it. But there is no grace in Michael Schumacher's last battles, and no forgiveness for any who have failed to bow low enough to him in the past...

    Duncan Scott Written by Duncan Scott about 4 years ago 1,305 reads 8 comments

  24. Ferrarigate: I Name The Guilty Man

    In most sports, it is accepted that influencing the outcome of an event by means other than fair competition is cheating...

    Duncan Scott Written by Duncan Scott about 4 years ago 216 reads 6 comments

  25. A Tip for Mark Webber: Shut Up and Drive

    Bad-mouthing your employer never looks good. You know it, I know it, almost everybody knows it. But Mark Webber doesn't appear to know it...

    Duncan Scott Written by Duncan Scott about 4 years ago 444 reads 28 comments