Suffice to say, it has not been the best start to the new era of Formula One for the Mercedes team that has dominated the sport since 2014. The opening three races have seen the usual suspects sharing out the podium positions among themselves. But while Ferrari and Red Bull have both taken wins with… Continue reading Mercedes are far off the pace so far. Is their F1 domination officially over?
The vast majority of teams have had their car launch for the new Formula One season. In fact, only Alpine and Alfa Romeo are yet to show off their challenger for the upcoming season. And this has been one of the most anticipated launch seasons for a very long time. When the new technical regulations… Continue reading The future looks good for Formula One.
While this Formula One season has been immensely watchable, last week’s Saudi Arabian Grand Prix highlighted something else that has been brewing all season. And that is Max Verstappen’s driving standards. Be in no doubt, Max Verstappen is an immensely talented driver who is rightly at one of the best teams in the sports and… Continue reading Please don’t crash into each other!!
Chelsea make hard work of it, but get the job done Well, as we head into the final international break of the season, it is Chelsea who sit atop the Premier League. Now, there are plenty of qualifiers to that statement. We’ve only had seven matchweeks in the Premier League so far this season. It’s… Continue reading Chelsea return to winning ways, and how well will Russell and Hamilton work at Mercedes?
What a race that was! The first round of the 2021 F1 season was a fitting season opener. A race that went down to the last lap, some controversy mixed in there, brilliant driving, different strategies. I loved it. If that is what the rest of this season is going to be like, bring it… Continue reading We could have a great Formula One season on our hands.
A new Formula One season beckons. The new Formula One season is nearly upon us with pre-season testing set to start tomorrow at the Bahrain International Circuit, where the opening race will also take place on the 28th of March. This is very much a transitional season with the effects of the COVID pandemic still… Continue reading On the verge of a new F1 season and farewell to a legend.
The Republican Party has abdicated its duty of oversight for a safe re-election. As Trump’s second impeachment trial continues, we have seen the Senate and wider Republican party totally abdicate its duty of oversight. They simply are not listening to the arguments put forward by the House managers, including harrowing videos of the January 6th… Continue reading Republicans lack the stones to do what is right, and what does the future hold for Lewis Hamilton?
A Scotch egg is not a substantial meal. In fact, to my mind it’s not a meal at all. A scotch egg is a snack. You buy them in the snack chillers in supermarkets. But it is just another indicator of how confusing some of the regulations and restrictions of this tier system on businesses… Continue reading A Week in Review: 30th November-6th December
Chelsea may not be title-winners this season, but they are getting closer and closer. Chelsea may not have beaten Tottenham last weekend but they were the team most likely to win that game. The major chances went their way and they were the only side to put the ball in the back of the net,… Continue reading A Week in Review: 23rd-29th November
Scotland make it to the Euros! Thursday night was the most invested in international football I’ve felt for over two years; not since England got to the World Cup semi-final was I this interested. Scotland had their most concrete chance in years to qualify the European Championships next summer. They had already eased Israel out… Continue reading A Week in Review: 9th-15th November