2015 IndyCar finale

I suppose that it was inevitable that the season would not end well once we knew that the last race would be a double [points affair. Continue reading


The heavenly grid has grown again

The ranks of the heavenly grid have swollen somewhat this week with the arrivals of Guy Ligier, Justin Wilson, Eric Thompson and Roger Keele, racers all, if of differing eras. Continue reading

Musings from America #NASCAR #Indycar

News from my second home of America cheered me after the shambles at Silverstone. Continue reading

2014 – are we in for a good year? #F1 #NASCAR #IndyCar

Daytona Speedweeks have begun, the Rolex is history and new spec F1 cars are pounding (well some of them are) around Jerez. The 500 will be with us soon and you can feel the racing blood starting to circulate once more. Continue reading

2013 blog review

The WordPress.com stats helper monkeys prepared a 2013 annual report for this blog.

Here’s an excerpt:

A San Francisco cable car holds 60 people. This blog was viewed about 1,200 times in 2013. If it were a cable car, it would take about 20 trips to carry that many people.

Click here to see the complete report.

indycar to go global in 2015?

News that IndyCar plans to widen its scope to other parts of the world is welcome. Given our comments earlier about the state of F1 the opportunity to have another single seater series on a global platform might focus F1 a little and get them to sharpen things up. Continue reading

stop nagging; we know!

Yes, we know that we need to get on with writing some more of our Setting the Record Straight series, and we will try to dust off the research on the James Hunt v David Morgan story and also the 1966-69 story of Fords at Le Mans so that we can get those stories on here. Continue reading

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