Category Archives: Currents News

Refueling? It’s a Great Idea (Five of Them Actually)

Jos Verstappen in 1994, Felipe Massa in 2008 and his team-mate Kimi Raikkonen a year later in Brazil. All three drivers have had their share of pit stop horrors. Both Jos and Kimi  were engulfed in burning high-octane fuel while Felipe miss-timed his release in the inaugural Singapore Grand Prix to take the fuel hose and two mechanics along with him on exit. All exciting, but dangerous.

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Six Things to Look Forward to in 2016

Dane Hansen takes a moment to reassure you – Formula One’s ultimate fans – that despite the long wait of more than 100 days before Melbourne, there is much to look forward to in 2016.

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“Because in a split second, it’s gone.” RIP, Jules Bianchi.

It is with a very heavy heart that I must report the passing of a phenomenal talent, and an even greater human being, Jules Bianchi. With hands that feel like lead, it’s difficult to remain composed while writing this. Where do you begin? How do words make a good compromise for feelings? How do you explain somebody’s life in black and white? This won’t be a piece filled with creative flare. This is a tribute to one of my favourite names in motorsport, Jules Bianchi. OTL 101B Read the rest of this entry

A Grand Prix in Review: Albert Park, Round 1

The season opener was cast in black and white. A race filled with strangeness, triumph, comeback, disappointment and loss, this years Australian Grand Prix was filled with conflicting emotions. 

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Weekly Wrap Up [Week 6]

F1 pundit Dane Hansen, writes for The Formula 1 Issue giving you weekly breakdowns of exclusive, need to know facts about the exciting and dynamic world that is Formula One. Find out what happened here… March 9th – 15th   1gp3 Read the rest of this entry

Weekly Wrap Up [Week 5]

F1 pundit Dane Hansen, writes for The Formula 1 Issue giving you weekly breakdowns of exclusive, need to know facts about the exciting and dynamic world that is Formula One. Find out what happened here…

“My name is Fernando, I drive Go Karts and I want to be a Formula One driver.”

March 2nd – March 8th

Motor Racing - Formula One Testing - Test Three - Day 3 -  Barcelona, Spain

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Weekly Wrap Up [Week 4]

F1 pundit Dane Hansen, writes for The Formula 1 Issue giving you weekly breakdowns of exclusive, need to know facts about the exciting and dynamic world that is Formula One. Find out what happened here…

23rd – 28th February

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Weekly Wrap Up [Week 3]

F1 pundit Dane Hansen, writes for The Sport Space giving you weekly breakdowns of exclusive, need to know facts about the exciting and dynamic world that is Formula One. Find out what happened here…

Further developments in F1 as it begins and ends the second test at Barcelona.

15 February – 21 Feb

Bernie Ecclestone

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Weekly Wrap Up [Week2]

F1 pundit Dane Hansen, writes for The Sport Space giving you weekly breakdowns of exclusive, need to know facts about the exciting and dynamic world that is Formula One. Find out what happened here…

 Even when there is no racing there is always news there are still constant whispers and rumors we have heard. This week has been full of ups and downs…Here are some of them.

February 8th – 14th

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Weekly Wrap Up [Week 1]

F1 pundit Dane Hansen, writes for The Sport Space giving you weekly breakdowns of exclusive, need to know facts about the exciting and dynamic world that is Formula One. Find out what happened in the first week at testing in Jerez.

Formula One fans can now stop holding their breathes. On the 1st of February 2015, the silence in Europe was broken by the ever growing louder 1.6l turbo engines. Why are they getting louder? Nobody actually knows. But what we do know, is that there is much much more to look forward to this year. Fans, engineers and drivers were able to get their first taste of F1 in 2015 at the first test in Jerez. Speaking of Hispanic tracks, the sport will also make its first return to Mexico since Nigel Mansell won there in 1992 – just one of many exciting prospects for the coming season.

February 1st – 6th

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