. . With the start of the 2012 Formula 1 season in just a few days, I thought it would be appropriate to post up some related content. Words can’t describe how stoked I am […]
. While the drivers championship result will have to wait until next week at Abu Dahbi, it was this weekend’s Brazilian GP that Red Bull Renault established themselves as the 2010 constructor champions. Vettel and […]
After 53 exciting laps at Suzuka, Vettel once again unleashed his true talent, and came out on top. This makes for Sebastian’s second consecutive podium finish here at Suzuka – a feat that puts him among the types of Senna and Schumacher. The Red Bull’s RB6 chassis was unstoppable at the Japanese Grand Prix today, and it showed with a one – two finish to claim a now total 426 points for the RBR-Renault constructor. Rounding up the podium was Webber for RBR and Ferrari’s Fernando Alonso. With his second place finish, Webber remains championship points leader for 2010, and Vettel moves to 3rd; 14 points in tow.
People who know me will tell you I’m somewhat ‘obsessed’ with Formula 1; and with F1 being the absolute pinnacle of motorsports, it doesn’t go without reason. So when I logged into Formula1.com today and saw that legendary track architect Hermann Tilke, along with the race organizers, had revealed the new Austin layout, I was pleasantly surprised. And man is it a good one! The natural elevation changes are being put to great use, especially in turn 1; a wild, uphill hairpin to start the race. Many of the other corners take ques from legendary circuits around the world, increasing the anticipation to see this track completed. F1 has been gone from United States for 5 years now, and many of us American fans are dying to see it’s return. Now if we could only get a team up and running by 2012 as well. Click past the break to see more pics.