Formula One – The 2014 Season and its surprises that weren’t any

It’s June, with eight races done the 2014 Formula 1 season is well underway and nearing halftime, and just last weekend, had returned to the Österreichring (which is now know as Red Bull Ring). If we are to take a look at the results so far, “Red Bull” is a good introduction, because this very […]

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Is there a way to stop Vettel? – a status analysis on the 2011 Formula1 championship

After the first four races of this year’s Formula 1 season, fans and experts only asked one questions: is there any way to stop 2010 champion Sebastian Vettel from winning the vast majority of races? This year, his undoubted talent was combined with an it seemed unbeatable car. Things changed since the Canada Grand Prix, and not his rivals are starting again to hope for the chapionship.

With eight races to go (and Vettel still having a comfortable lead), I’d like to ask: is it a realistic scenario that Vettel will not win his second championship title in a row?

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First Test Drive: “Kartpalast” reopening near München

For years, “Kartpalast” in München/Hansastraße has been a well-used kart racing location – mainly because it was the only one in München, because the location sucked for several reasons.

Just one week ago, the site has reopened in Bergkirchen, just west of München – and it features all-new electro karts: eco smugness included! Automotive chassis specialist Rainer Straschill tells you about the experience – and why it still sucks, even only for one reason.

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