Have you ever watched a Formula One race, or sat by someone who was watching one and thought “what is even happening?” or “why are people so interested in cars going around in circles?” This article is for you. …


*Firstly, huge congratulations to a number of different drivers. …


Circuit de Spa Francorchamps, one of the oldest, most prestigious and historic circuits in motorsports, is a 7km long track located in Belgium. The Eau-Rouge-Raidillon corner and the Bus Stop chicane are two of the most famous corners in the sport. …


Following a one-week break, we were back to Formula One action. The race weekend, which took place at the Silverstone circuit, England, was different. It followed a different structure for the race weekend than what we have been used to for decades of Formula One racing. …


We were in Austria once again for yet another race. The last race of the triple header that began in France 2 weeks earlier. This time, the tyres used were a step softer than the ones used in the last race. Track temperatures were lower than they were the previous…


The Red Bull Ring, home to the Red Bull racing team, is a 4.3 Km long track located in Spielberg, Austria. The track has the fewest corners of any track on the F1 calendar (10) and also has the shortest average lap times. The track has 65m of elevation change…


Welcome to the city of Baku, Azerbaijan. The circuit, like Monaco, is a street circuit. But that’s where the similarities end. Unlike Monaco, this 6 kilometre long track is wide enough for the modern cars, has long straights (the longest on the calendar), and has a good mix of low…


Hello and welcome to The Principaute de Monaco, the crown jewel of the F1 calendar. I could tell you technical details about the track, 3.3 km of track laid along public roads, a highly challenging circuit with tight turns, no run off area, very few opportunities to overtake, and typically…


The Circuit de Barcelona — Catalunya is a 4.7 km long track located in Barcelona, Spain. It is a hot track, with temperatures of around 20 degrees. The track has both high and low speed corners but in the past has failed to produce interesting, action packed races. However, this…


The Circuit of the Algarve, located in Portimao, Portugal is a 4.6 kilometer long track that is well known for being a “rollercoaster” type of track that has rather steep elevation changes compared to other tracks. Interestingly, the overall elevation change itself is not as high as tracks like Spa-Francorchamps…

Rishi Vikram

I’m Rishi, 16 years old, I live in Bangalore and I’m into Cars, Planes, Racing, Music and Technology.

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