10 Greatest Formula 1 Drivers of All Time

Every sport has GOAT’s (Greatest of All Time)… Formula 1 has an exciting history of phenomenal drivers competing to be considered the best in the history of racing. Some even losing their lives dedicating themselves to this dangerous sport. 25% Off Formula 1 Gear (Code:SEASON) Of course this list is subjective and we welcome all…

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4 Best Looking Formula 1 Team Shirts

Formula 1 has some of the best looking gear on the planet… You simply can’t drive around in super fast sports cars looking like a scrub. It might even be in the bible somewhere, “thou shalt not look like a bum when in my Ferrari”. Just kidding of course. 25% Off Formula 1 Gear (Code:SEASON)…

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Worlds Greatest Formula 1 Teams

Formula 1 has gained massive popularity in the last few years and it’s in part due to their ten amazing racing teams. Week in, week out, the drivers, principals and engineers create incredible racing entertainment. 25% Off Formula 1 Gear (Code:SEASON) It’s truly an impressive feat, with thousands of people traveling the world to set…

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5 Best Formula 1 Street Circuits

The Monaco Grand Prix in Formula 1 is the most iconic sporting event in the racing world. Beautiful fashion models drinking champagne on yachts tends to attract fans. I’m certainly not complaining. However, if we’re being honest, Monaco isn’t the best street circuit in Formula 1 for racing entertainment. We’ve ranked the five Best Street…

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5 Most Beautiful Formula 1 Race Cars of All Time

Let’s be real, just because a race car is perfectly stunning doesn’t mean it’s going to be fast or win a Constructors Championship… You may be surprised to find out that some of the best-looking cars are also some of the best performing. When you look good, you feel good, when you feel good you…

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Your Ultimate Formula 1 Travel Guide

Formula 1 is not your average spectator sport. Traveling to a Formula 1 race takes an immense amount of planning. It’s not like catching an Uber to your local stadium or arena. You actually have to travel to the many exotic venues Formula 1 races take place. Everyone seems to be into Formula 1 these…

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Top 5 Formula 1 Grand Prix Venues

Traveling to a Formula 1 race is an incredible experience no matter where you are in the world. However, just like in every sport, Formula 1 has its most popular and respected venues that transcend all others. These are the Top 5 Formula 1 Grand Prix Venues. Spa Any time a sporting venue has a…

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F1 Travel Review Silverstone Circuit

Great Britain has always fascinated Americans. They have a monarch, guzzle down tea and we’ve both duked it out in a few wars. If there’s one thing the Brits should be known for across the globe, it’s the majestic Silverstone Circuit (race track) in Northamptonshire. No, it’s not in Lord of the Rings Middle-Earth. It’s…

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F1 Travel Review Autodromo Nazionale di Monza

“La vita e bella” (Life is Beautiful) should be on your mind every time you travel to Italy. It is without a doubt the most romantic country in the world. With a history that is rugged and passionate, it’s no surprise visitors find it intoxicating. That is just a snap shot of the experience you…

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F1 Travel Review Nürburgring

This race track is hallowed ground for Formula One fans. Very similar to the Old Course in St Andrews or Fenway Park in Boston, the Nürburgring is one of a kind. It is the undisputed jewel in crown of Motorsport. Below is the ultimate travel guide for the Nürburgring and what you should expect when…

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F1 Travel Review Circuit de Monaco

The Monaco Grand Prix is “A tradition unlike any other”… Oh wait, that’s the wrong sporting event… Let’s hope the top brass at Augusta National aren’t upset with me! The Masters Tournament ranks as the number 1 golf sporting event in America. Of course, the Monaco Grand Prix is similar in that it’s the most…

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F1 Travel Review Albert Park Melbourne

Australia is infamous for its dangerous wildlife. Fielding the most deadly snakes than any other country in the world… It’s no surprise then that Australia also has one of the most exhilarating Formula 1 circuits on the schedule. The Aussie’s love adventure! Albert Park is normally one of the first races of the year. However,…

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F1 Travel Review Bahrain International Circuit

Let’s be honest with ourselves, no one really knows or cares where or what Bahrain is, but they have an incredible Grand Prix each year in Formula 1! The Kingdom of Bahrain is an island country located in Western Asia that has a colorful history and vibrant culture for such a small nation. The Bahrain…

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F1 Travel Review Imola, Italy

Located in Central Italy, Imola is a racing circuit that defines Formula 1 and holds a special place in the history of the sport. Also known as Autodromo Internazionale Enzo e Dino Ferrari, Imola is considered the official home of Ferrari. This circuit has held a consistent place on the Formula 1 schedule for many…

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F1 Travel Review Miami International Autodrome

If you’ve ever seen Miami Vice, you know it’s a city filled with fast, sexy cars and dangerous criminals. Fortunately, Miami is not nearly as violent as it used to be. Ironically, thanks to much of the drug money from the past, Miami has become a luxurious beach city nestled in one of the most…

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F1 Travel Review Baku City Circuit

Azerbaijan sounds like a magical kingdom in the fantasy series Game of Thrones but in fact it’s a former Soviet bloc nation located on the Caspian Sea. The capital city of Baku hosts an amazing street circuit Formula 1 race and it’s truly one of the most exciting venues on the schedule. We can only…

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F1 Travel Review Circuit Gilles Villeneuve Montreal

There are loads of on going jokes about Canada in America… Like, they’re America’s little brother, their navy consists of only a few canoes or their only authentic food export is Maple Syrup. Of course, as funny as those puns may be, Canada is, in reality, an amazing nation. The country has one of the…

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F1 Travel Review Red Bull Ring, Austria

What do you picture when you think of Austria? Alpine yodeler’s…yodeling in the mountains? Delicious beer and brats? The famed cultured city of Vienna? In Formula 1, Austria is known for one thing, the Red Bull Ring. It’s arguably one of the most popular venues in all of motorsport and home to the top tier…

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F1 Travel Review Paul Ricard Circuit, France

A famous man once said, “The only thing the French should be allowed to host… is an invasion” – Johnny English Let’s be real, some French eccentricities and attitudes annoy many Americans. Not sure why though as we’ve been allies for many years. Heck, they gifted us the Statue of Liberty! Maybe one too many…

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F1 Travel Review Hungaroring

Why does the country of Hungary fly under everyone’s radar? They have one of the worlds most historically fascinating cities in Budapest and are known for excellent Goulash soup with paprika. Hungary is a super cool place to visit and should be on everyone’s “must travel list”. The best excuse to visit Hungary is for…

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F1 Travel Review Marina Bay Circuit, Singapore

Many visitors to Singapore label it a “Fine” city… No joke, it’s literally a fine city. In fact Singapore is a place you can get “fined” hard earned dollars if you get caught chewing gum, jaywalking or drinking in an area you’re not supposed to. Man, that’s harsh… It’s known as one of the strictest…

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F1 Travel Review Suzuka Circuit, Japan

Cue the “Tokyo Drift” music… The Japanese love race cars. In fact, they host one of the most epic Formula 1 races of the year at the exhilarating Suzuka International Circuit. You would think Japanese sports fans would be quiet and relatively reserved, however this is not the case, whether it’s baseball, motorsport or sumo…

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F1 Travel Review Circuit of the Americas, Austin Texas

Isn’t everything in America bigger and better? Texas, also known as the “Lone Star State”, hosts one of the greatest weekends in Formula 1 motorsport at the Circuit of the Americas in Austin. Some European F1 fans may be saying things like, “America only likes racing in circles” (NASCAR) or “where’s the champagne, they only…

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F1 Travel Review Autodromo Hermanos Rodriguez, Mexico

Mexico is much more than Mariachi Bands, tacos and drug lords… In reality, Mexico is a culturally diverse nation with an amazingly complex history. It’s a beautiful country, that should be on everyone’s must travel list. Mexico City is the host of the Mexican Grand Prix at the Autodromo Hermanos Rodriguez. The city often flies…

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F1 Travel Review Autodromo Jose Carlos Pace, Brazil

A famous man once said “Wherever you go, there are three icons everyone knows: Jesus Christ, Pele and Coca-Cola” – Pele Football may be the national sport but Formula 1 also holds a special place in the hearts of Brazilians. Felipe Massa, Nelson Piquet, Emerson Fittipaldi, Rubens Barrichello and the great Ayrton Senna are all…

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F1 Travel Review Yas Marina Circuit, Abu Dhabi

Most people are unfamiliar with the United Arab Emirates and may even think it’s apart of Saudi Arabia… In fact, they are two totally different countries with the UAE being much more progressive than Saudi Arabia, making it a far better travel destination than Saudi Arabia. The Yas Marina Circuit is the host of the…

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F1 Travel Review Mugello Circuit, Italy

Mugello, owned by Ferrari, is the new kid on the block of F1 venues. Formula 1 drivers who have tested the circuit are already giving it rave reviews. Below is the ultimate travel guide for the Autodromo Internazionale del Mugello and what you should expect when you attend the Tuscan Grand Prix: Quick Facts -…

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F1 Travel Review Circuit de Spa-Francorchamps

Any time a sporting venue has a short nickname like “Augusta”, “San Siro”, “The Swamp” or “The Brickyard”, you know it’s legendary. This is the case at the Circuit de Spa-Francorchamps, commonly referred to as “Spa” in the world of Formula 1. We’re no F1 snobs, but if you go around saying Circuit de Spa-Francorchamps,…

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F1 Travel Review Circuit de Barcelona-Catalunya

What’s not to like about Barcelona? “The Dream Team” seemed to have a great time there during the 92′ Olympics and, let’s not forget all the great bars and bistros on Las Ramblas. The Circuit de Barcelona-Catalunya, current host (2020) of the Spanish Grand Prix in Formula One, is an absolutely fantastic venue. Lads who…

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Formula One: Most Entertaining Drivers 2020 Season

Given the current global pandemic, the 2020 Formula 1 season has already exceeded all expectations. Austria was a dogfight and an incredible way to start. Not only was the racing entertaining but who doesn’t like seeing the Alps during summer. The guy yodeling with the accordion simply took it up a notch for round two…

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Formula One Racing for Beginners

Are you new to Formula 1? This Formula 1 racing for beginners guide might be helpful for your introduction to the sport. Teams, Circuits, Engines & Grand Prix Formula 1 is a direct descendent of the European Championship of Grand Prix Motor Racing. The first World Driver’s Championship, the closest event resembling F1 today, was…

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Review of Netflix Formula 1 Drive to Survive

The question is, do you want to be “wankers or rockstars”? For all of you Americans out there wondering what a wanker is, I can assure you it’s not a term of endearment! Gunther Steiner, Team Principle of Haas F1 Racing was asking this exact question of his own team in season 1 of the…

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