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!
It's time for Dre to send in his yearly review of the 2018 F1 season. and to start off with, he hits the bottom three teams. Including the fall of F1's greatest independent, internal politics in Toro Rosso, and a star was shone even brighter at Sauber.
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.
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 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...
So for Day 22, Dre talks about the most important factor in the 2017 season... And it's not who you think.
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.
McLaren's unique approach to their drivers has led to JB taking a step back. Here's why it's a pretty great move for all parties.
I have no idea why I wrote this either.
And the final part of my 2015 Season Review, as we talk about Red Bull's collapse, Williams' mediocrity, Ferrari's insane improvement and Mercedes being Mercedes.