For me F1 is all about the finite detail, I write technical articles so that the more causal F1 fan can understand more easily what they are seeing and hearing when watching my beloved sport. I also run my own blog covering the technical aspects of the sport: SommersF1.com
Matthew Somerfield's Articles
La Fórmula 1 siempre ha estado en la cúspide tecnológica dentro del mundo automotor, y desde la aparición del KERS en 2009 lo hace en el ámbito del vehículo eléctrico. La FIA está promoviendo una nueva categoría con coches cuya energía impulsora no será gasolina. Exploremos de que se trata. Read more »
There's no doubt this masterpiece is one of the all time greatest cars ever to take the grid in Formula 1. The McLaren creation won 15 of 16 races in 1988 on the hands of no other but Alain Prost and Ayrton Senna, arguably the best driver's duo to represent a team. Let's go technical about it. Read more »
The Spanish team folded at the end of 2012, but there are positive signs -or speculation- of a possible assets takeover. Read more »
An exploration of new possible designs and solutions while comparing to what we saw in 2012. Read more »
The arrival in 2012 of the "new" Turbo Era will probably shuffle the status-quo in the Formula 1 with teams adjust to the massive changes that naturally will come with such a change; and, the Japanese firm expressed desires of coming back and the Mercedes-McLaren alliance does not look as strong as it was once. Is this a call to action? Read more »
Tuesday, October 2, 2012
Bernie & Luca don't like the new V6 Engines, So?
Tuesday, September 18, 2012
How is the Formula 1 driver's market?
Tuesday, September 4, 2012
Formula E – The future?
Monday, June 4, 2012
Tyred of Pirelli?