With the European Super League dead and Motorsport split as to how to make new fans, Dre talks on their approaches and why the kids are the future.
Two very different brands of dominance between F1 and IndyCar at the weekend. Dre looks at the differences and where both series stand.
In the aftermath of the Australian Grand Prix, Dre comments on the discussions F1 has faced, in a race that seemed to double down on the sports current problems.
In this piece from RJ O'Connell, he comments about the conflicting nature of being an American Motorsports fan as Haas F1 team made audacious comments regarding the state of its driving talent.
Lewis Hamilton has sparked a lot of fury from within IndyCar after his comments last week about the depth of its field. Dre talks more about the difficult nature F1 finds itself in to make new stars, and why IndyCar should be seen as an alternative, not a stepping stone.
Fernando Alonso's preparing himself for an Indy 500, and with Lewis Hamilton critical of the quality of IndyCar, Dre writes about how the secular nature of F1 breeds this negative environment.
For Day 12, I make some unfortunate confessions about myself as a man, as a journalist, and as a fan of Motorsport.
On Day 7 in the 30 in 30, I apply Ultimate Team to IndyCar via a lost column I never intended to actually release!
This was a blatant excuse to bundle my workload into one easy-to-read blog. Oh, and fuck the new Qualifying format.
Time for one of those generic end of year state of addresses. Yay.