1. Ferdinand Alexander Porsche, Designer of the Porsche 911 Dies

    Ferdinand Alexander Porsche, designer of the incomparable Porsche 911, has passed away in Salzburg, Austria, aged 76 years...

    Craig Christopher Written by Craig Christopher about over 2 years ago 247 reads 0 comments

  2. Fabian Cancellara, Sebastian Langeveld Crash Out: Boonen Wins Tour of Flanders

    Fabian Cancellara has crashed out of the Tour of Flanders with a heavy fall at a feed station some 60 kilometres from the finish line...

    Craig Christopher Written by Craig Christopher about over 2 years ago 1,503 reads 0 comments

  3. Malaysian F1 GP: Fernando Alonso Wins, Sergio Perez Delivers CV to Ferrari

    If rumours of Sauber’s Sergio Perez being in the frame to replace the hapless Felipe Massa at Ferrari are even close to being true, then the Mexican speedster may well just ...

    Craig Christopher Written by Craig Christopher about over 2 years ago 1,305 reads 16 comments

  4. Ferrari Finally Losing Patience with Felipe Massa?

    In what seems to be a desperate move, Ferrari are flying out a new F2012 chassis to Malaysia for Felipe Massa...

    Craig Christopher Written by Craig Christopher about over 2 years ago 1,930 reads 59 comments

  5. Jim Stynes Loses Battle with Cancer & Australian Football Loses a Favourite Son

    The name Jim Stynes may not mean anything to anyone outside of Australia or Ireland, but he was a lag end and today he lost his battle with cancer. His death was announced by Australian media today...

    Craig Christopher Written by Craig Christopher about over 2 years ago 671 reads 0 comments

  6. Formula 1: Mercedes' DRS-Enabled Front Wing F-Duct Has Competitors in a Flap

    It wouldn’t be the start of a Formula One season without some controversy over a clever bit of technology designed to make cars go faster...

    Craig Christopher Written by Craig Christopher about over 2 years ago 3,112 reads 23 comments

  7. 2012 Melbourne Grand Prix: The Winners and the Losers

    The 2012 Melbourne Grand Prix has been run and won, and while there were some surprises, the names at the top of the list still look somewhat familiar...

    Craig Christopher Written by Craig Christopher about over 2 years ago 787 reads 8 comments

  8. Alberto Contador Guilty of Doping: 2-Year Suspension Comes 18 Months Too Late

    It has taken nearly 18 months, but Alberto Contador has finally been found guilty of doping during the 2010 Tour de France, according to BBC Sport...

    Craig Christopher Written by Craig Christopher about over 2 years ago 1,130 reads 7 comments

  9. Lance Armstrong Investigation Dropped, but the Witch Hunt Ain't Over Yet

    After two years of leaks, rumours and relentless probing, the US federal grand jury investigation into Lance Armstrong has been closed down without comment or charges being laid against the seven-time Tour de France champion...

    Craig Christopher Written by Craig Christopher about over 2 years ago 689 reads 10 comments

  10. Formula One 2012: New Design Regulations Creates Ugliest Cars Ever

    As the wraps come off the 2012 batch of Formula One cars, it is becoming increasingly apparent that this year’s stable will be one of the ugliest on record, as the constructors are forced to introduce cars with an unsightly kink in their noses...

    Craig Christopher Written by Craig Christopher about over 2 years ago 4,467 reads 29 comments

  11. 2012 US Grand Prix in Doubt as Construction Suspended on Circuit of The Americas

    Only days after Formula One supremo Bernie Ecclestone hinted that there may be trouble with preparations for the 2012 US Grand Prix, work has ground to a halt at the Circuit of The Americas track in Austin, Texas...

    Craig Christopher Written by Craig Christopher about almost 3 years ago 389 reads 4 comments

  12. Abu Dhabi GP: Hamilton Wins, but the FIA Mess Up the DRS Zones

    For the first time this year, Red Bull Racing failed to claim a spot on the podium of a Formula One race as Lewis Hamilton claims his third win of the season. In other news, the FIA are idiots...

    Craig Christopher Written by Craig Christopher about almost 3 years ago 354 reads 10 comments

  13. Peter Roebuck: Suicide Robs Cricket of One of Its Most Respected Voices

    The cricket world is mourning the loss of one of its all-time great commentators, Peter Roebuck. Sadly, it appears that his death was at his own hand...

    Craig Christopher Written by Craig Christopher about almost 3 years ago 663 reads 4 comments

  14. Mercedes GP Reportedly Re-Sign Michael Schumacher for 2013: But Why?

    In one of the least surprising signings in Formula One, Nico Rosberg has secured a deal with Mercedes until at least the end of 2013...

    Craig Christopher Written by Craig Christopher about almost 3 years ago 1,269 reads 7 comments

  15. Formula 1: Can Two DRS Zones Save the 2011 Abu Dhabi GP from Tedium?

    Is it possible for two DRS (drag reduction system) zones to save the Abu Dhabi Grand Prix from descending into the 100 minutes of tedium that was the 2010 Formula One season decider? ...

    Craig Christopher Written by Craig Christopher about almost 3 years ago 459 reads 6 comments

  16. Rubens Barrichello's Unfulfilled Career Looking To Come to a Close in Brazil

    It seems that Rubens Barrichello ’s time in Formula One is coming to an end and that the Brazilian champion could say farewell to the sport at his home grand prix—the season-ender at Interlagos...

    Craig Christopher Written by Craig Christopher about almost 3 years ago 965 reads 6 comments

  17. Ferrari: Luca di Montezemolo's Comments Not a Threat To Leave F1

    In a move that defies his 64 years of age, Ferrari president Luca di Montezemolo has performed a backflip worthy of an Olympic gymnast...

    Craig Christopher Written by Craig Christopher about almost 3 years ago 243 reads 4 comments

  18. Ferrari's Luca di Montezemolo Makes Formula 1 an Offer It Can't Refuse

    It is difficult to imagine Formula One without Ferrari being an integral part of the sport, but that is a real possibility if Ferrari President, Luca di Montezemolo is to be believed...

    Craig Christopher Written by Craig Christopher about almost 3 years ago 703 reads 7 comments

  19. Jenson Button Has Had Enough of Lewis Hamilton's Headline-Grabbing Ways

    Jenson Button’s normally quiet and reserved demeanour is beginning to show signs of wear as the exploits of his more colourful teammates continue to overshadow Button’s ascension as McLaren ’s top driver...

    Craig Christopher Written by Craig Christopher about almost 3 years ago 431 reads 8 comments

  20. Fernando Alonso: Formula 1's Surprising Quiet Achiever for 2011

    Fernando Alonso has had a pretty good year by most objective standards. Like everyone else, he has been left in the wake of the unstoppable Sebastian Vettel, but is still in strong contention to claim the crown for best of the rest...

    Craig Christopher Written by Craig Christopher about 3 years ago 1,251 reads 4 comments

  21. Felipe Massa: The Complaining Never Ends and Neither Do the Incidents

    If whinging, whining and complaining were Olympic sports, Felipe Massa could represent Brazil next year in London...

    Craig Christopher Written by Craig Christopher about 3 years ago 838 reads 6 comments

  22. Lewis Hamilton and Felipe Massa Collide Again in India; Hamilton Not Penalized

    A very strange thing happened today at the Indian Formula One Grand Prix. Lewis Hamilton was involved in a collision—again with Felipe Massa—but didn’t get penalised...

    Craig Christopher Written by Craig Christopher about 3 years ago 378 reads 8 comments

  23. Indian Formula 1 Grand Prix: First Impressions of Buddh International Circuit

    The first shots have been fired at the Buddh International Circuit, and the first impressions are good. After three practice sessions and qualifying for the Indian Grand Prix, we ...

    Craig Christopher Written by Craig Christopher about 3 years ago 335 reads 2 comments

  24. Bernie Ecclestone and Ross Brawn at Odds over Formula 1's Future

    Formula One heavy hitters Bernie Ecclestone and Ross Brawn are at odds over the best future for the sport. The two have come out to voice their respective opinions about the continued expansion into new markets...

    Craig Christopher Written by Craig Christopher about 3 years ago 574 reads 1 comments

  25. Formula 1 at the Crossroads: Is the Drive for Expansion Destroying the Sport?

    Formula One is at a crossroads and F1 supremo Bernie Ecclestone may well be accelerating headlong down the road that leads to the sport’s demise. F1 has undergone a massive transformation over the past decade...

    Craig Christopher Written by Craig Christopher about 3 years ago 623 reads 6 comments