Verstappen's ultimate proof that he's one of the World's Best, Leclerc shines while Vettel limps and the return of Nico Hulkenberg. Dre, on Silverstone.
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! [...]
Part 2 of Dre's 2017 Season Review, as Dre applauds Nico Hulkenberg as the most under-appreciated driver of 2017 and salutes his Team of the Year. Hint: They like Pink...
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.
Dre looks back at a surprisingly decent, yet ultimately unfulfilling Chinese Grand Prix.
Nico Hulkenberg made a gutsy decision to leave top midfielders Force India to head to Renault's struggling factory outfit. Here's why I think he made the right call.
Part 2 of the F1 2015 Season Review, as we look at Toro Rosso, Lotus and Force India, with a legitimate Driver and Team of the Year candidate within them. And probably not the ones you think...