Dre's Video Preview of the 2021 Season, in written form. From Mercedes impending future, to a stacked midfield, to the difficulties of the bottom of the field. Enjoy!
Valtteri Bottas got a 1-year extension this week, and half of Twitter kick up a stink. Dre writes about how Bottas is who he is... and why that's okay.
After the Australian Grand Prix was cancelled due to COVID-19, Dre had a think back to F1's last race cancelling fiasco, and how catastrophic this was...
For the third time in four races, a result was decided in the stewards room. Verstappen, Leclerc, and everything in between as Dre reviews Austria.
Remember three years ago when Sebastian Vettel won in Malaysia? Man, has the tide turned. Here's Dre with why everyone seems to be turning on the four-time World Champion.
The race reviews are back in 2018, and Dre reviews a tepid Australian Grand Prix, all of Liberty Media's early changes, and the band-aid for the continued issues the sport has.
Part 1: https://www.motorsport101.com/dres-2017-f1-season-reviews-sauber-mclaren-haas-toro-rosso/ Part 2: https://www.motorsport101.com/dres-f1-2017-season-reviews-renault-williams-force-india/ Sorry for the delay folks, had a lot of actual day-job stuff to get through! But I’m back for the Main Event of the F1 2017 season review series! [...]
In the wake of some questionable takes on Lewis Hamilton, Fernando Alonso and Sebastien Buemi, Dre comments on the perceived lack of humanity that Motorsports can often give off.
Four rounds into 2017 and Sebastian Vettel still leads the Championship. Dre blogs a bit about the nature of Ferrari's turnaround and the passionate brand being a catalyst for it all.
For the penultimate day of the 30 in 30 - Dre talks about why he feels 2012, is the greatest F1 season ever.