Ferrari dominated qualifying at the Monaco Grand Prix as they locked out the front row, with Kimi Räikkönen taking his first pole position since 2008. It was incredibly close at the front, with the two Ferrari's separated by just under half a tenth, and Bottas a mere two thousandths behind Vettel. Notably missing from the... Continue Reading →
If you've followed F1 for more than a grand prix or two you'll have heard of telemetry. You might also know that telemetry is one of the fundamental tools the drivers and engineers use to maximise their performance, which also means that every team puts a lot of effort in guarding this data. This is... Continue Reading →
I'll write this one eventually. I've only made this post so that each GP post will be in chronological order. 🙂
I'll write this one eventually. I've only made this post so that each GP post will be in chronological order. 🙂 Yes I'm copying and pasting this.