1. Ferrari Suffering from the Mystery of Momentum

    In the final millimetres, success, and so failure, in sport is all about momentum. It’s an intangible and invisible thing, but when a sportsman manages to trap some of those attitude-bending ...

    Tom Hines Written by Tom Hines about over 5 years ago 289 reads 5 comments

  2. Wayne Kerr and Toro Rosso's April Fools

    Thought the F1 room might appreciate the following April 1st Sepang Preview press release that Toro Rosso sent around this morning...

    Tom Hines Written by Tom Hines about over 5 years ago 291 reads 1 comments

  3. Kimi, KERS, and the End of an Era? F1's 10 Biggest Questions in '09

    It's no overstatement to say that the 2009 F1 season has more uncertainty and subplots attached to it than any that the sport has seen for over 20 years...

    Tom Hines Written by Tom Hines about over 5 years ago 1,025 reads 4 comments

  4. Why the Proposed F1 Points System Would Be Very Bad News for the Sport

    It’s a pretty elusive balance that F1 has to strike between evolving and alienating. Seven years ago, when we were deep in the Shumi/Ferrari age of excellence, hundreds of thousands ...

    Tom Hines Written by Tom Hines about over 5 years ago 90 reads 2 comments

  5. Kimi Raikkonen Will Be the Champ...unless Global Warming or Germans Stop Him

    As Felipe Massa stood on top of the podium in Brazil last year, beating his chest and blubbering his way into the hearts of right-thinking sports fans the world over, his teammate Kimi Raikkonen probably felt a bit embarrassed by all the emotion...

    Tom Hines Written by Tom Hines about over 5 years ago 487 reads 8 comments

  6. What McLaren's Barcelona Paint Job Tells Us About Their Testing Troubles

    There's been a fair amount written in these pages about McLaren's stalling preseason test times, and as final preparations continue in Barcelona, the outfit that powered Hamilton to the championship last season is again well off the pace...

    Tom Hines Written by Tom Hines about almost 6 years ago 1,747 reads 7 comments

  7. Bruno Senna Won't Be at Honda Next Year: A Good Thing for Him and for F1

    So, Bruno Senna is heading for the DTM with Mercedes and won't be racing a Formula 1 car next season. There'll be no Senninho on the grid, no dewy-eyed laments from journos around the world ...

    Tom Hines Written by Tom Hines about almost 6 years ago 420 reads 10 comments

  8. Five Future Stars of F1

    GP2's tag as Formula 1's feeder series has been well earned. In the four years since it arrived on the motorsport landscape, the FOM-backed championship has delivered no less than seven drivers to F1...

    Tom Hines Written by Tom Hines about almost 6 years ago 763 reads 0 comments