Episode #323 is headlined by IndyCar's penultimate race of 2021, as the travelling circus headed to California for the Grand Prix of Monterey at Laguna Seca. And on paper, it'll go down in the books [...]
With 20 laps to go at IndyCar's Laguna Seca race, Grosjean was poised for victory. And while it wasn't quite the fairytale ending, Dre wanted to write about the power of the new breed for the series.
F1 and F2 is enjoying a golden age of new talent bursting onto the scene, but it may come at a cost. Here's Dre on how the youth is in a civil war with itself.
No, really. We don't. And you're kidding yourself if you believe otherwise.
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.
With the 2017 Formula 1 Season said and done, it's time for Dre to look back over the year that was. In Part 1 of his Season Review, he breaks down the back of the grid, with a surprise Driver of the Year contender...
A lot of people were mad at how Sky Sports F1 covered the Baku incident in Austria, with many fans losing patience. In this piece, Dre argues... Sky were probably in the right...
For once, a Mercedes 1-2 REALLY didn't tell the full story.
This term SO needs to die already.