As a keen Formula 1 fan, the closest I’ve come to driving an F1 car is spending time in a single-seat racer at my local race track. It's an amazing experience: the acceleration, the braking and the controllability of the car are exhilarating, and leave you wanting more.
In any Formula 1 race, the best driver in the best car normally has the best chance of winning. But all sorts of external factors can affect the outcome of a race, such as the track type and the weather conditions.
Posted by Simon Farthing | May 08, 2019
I started this blog series on the eve of a much anticipated 2019 Formula One season thinking about the elements that make up a successful F1 team.