Welcome to Formula One Observations, were I write about my observations for the F1 weekend and rarely someone stumbles upon these posts by accident only to leave in a hurry without leaving a comment.
Welcome to Formula 1 observations, where I write about my observations and share with you my take on the F1 weekend. Let´s see what the start of the European Season has brought us.
When I bought my 2002 Jaguar S-type about a year ago it came with two sets of rims and tires. One original 17 inch Jaguar set with 245 wide Pirelli P Zero tires and an aftermarket set from Brock, 18 inch B14 SLC with 235 Bridgestone Potenza tires.
Watch how this guy let’s two Porsche’s pass and missed the third one, who turns his world upside-down. Probably why you shouldn’t take your daily to a trackday.
Welcome to Formula 1 observations, where I write about my observations and share with you my take on the F1 weekend. In case you missed the first edition about the Malaysian GrandPrix, you can find that here. Lets see what Shanghai brought us.
I don’t know why I care and why it hit me like it did, but the tragic death of Paul Walker feels like a loss and it hurts. I can be a cold-hearted creature and some doubted if I have a heart or a blood pump. Death is part of life and at some point we all face the reaper. Nothing to feel bad about, moving on.
Welcome to Formula 1 observations, where I write about my observations and share with you my take on the F1 weekend. In case you are actually reading this, this is the first in hopefully a series of posts during this F1 season. So you did not miss a Formula 1 observations post about the first race of the season. In…
There is a lot of interest in the whole car importing scene, especially with Mr. DeMuro importing a R32 from Japan. In the comments you read a lot of misconception about importing car to and within Europe. That it is easy to import cars from oversees to Europe and that importing cars within Europe is like moving cars…
Every road trip needs a few ingredients: