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.
For the penultimate day of the 30 in 30 - Dre talks about why he feels 2012, is the greatest F1 season ever.
It's been three long years since the accident that will forever change Michael Schumacher's life. Here's on why the 7-time World Champion means so much to me.
Mercedes have evolved from a midfield business investment into a true Formula 1 dynasty. In this blog, Dre looks back at just how crazy this team has been to get to this point.
You ever do something like bite your nails or pick your nose for the sake of relief, even when you know it's nasty? That's how Dre feels about this season in Formula 1. Allow him to explain...
Nico Rosberg retired as Formula One World Champion. A few words from Dre on the legacy he will leave behind.
The biggest takeaway out of the Japanese Grand Prix was Lewis Hamilton whipping out the Snapchat on Thursday's press conference. In this post, I talk about the confusing landscape it leaves Lewis in.
Nico Rosberg is less perceived as a title threat, more a side piece to the Lewis Hamilton show. I argue that's just straight up unfair.
1,974 - The number of career points that Lewis Hamilton, and Sebastian Vettel have. And for me, it means so much more.
The F1 audience doesn't know how to deal with Lewis Hamilton any more. Here's why.