Thursday marked the fourth and final day of the first Barcelona test. It was the first day of wet running for teams:
Today was the third and final day of dry running at the first test of the year. It was an action packed day. Click or tap the team you want to navigate directly to: Continue reading “The Barcelona Test: Day Three Recap”
Day two of testing is now in the books. Here is a team-by-team review of the day’s action. Click or tap the team you want to navigate directly to: Continue reading “The Barcelona Test: Day Two Recap”
Preseason testing began at Circuit de Barcelona-Catalunya this morning, marking an end to the winter break. Formula One fans rejoiced as they had their first opportunity to see the 2017 cars on track. While lap times cannot be taken at face value alone, we can take some insight from today’s running. Here is a team-by-team evaluation: Continue reading “The Barcelona Test: Day One Recap”
I have ranked the ten cars contesting the 2017 F1 championship from worst to best below. The rankings take only livery and car shape into account, and are purely for fun. Drop your top ten in the comments or tweet me @kevinbossonf1.
10. Force India VJM10
This car is an aesthetic dumpster fire. Continue reading “2017 Cars Ranked”
Sauber launched their 2017 challenger, the C36, on Monday to great acclaim from the Formula One community. It was the first taste of what the cars would look like under the new regulations:
Mercedes AMG Petronas
Drivers: Lewis Hamilton, Valtteri Bottas
The Brackley based team begins 2017 as the reigning drivers’ and constructors’ champion for the third year running. Times have changed, however, as Nico Rosberg shocked the paddock by announcing his retirement right after winning the drivers’ championship in Abu Dhabi. Mercedes did well to sign Bottas from Williams to replace Rosberg but much remains unknown. He has never driven in a front running car. Will Hamilton destroy Bottas, or will the Finn keep his cool and hold his own?