All posts by Jeremy Scott

Profile – Ricardo Zunino

Ricardo ‘El Colorado’ Zunino is as known for the events transpiring around him as he is for his own sake. Like Harald Ertl, he happened to be at the right place at the right time, regarding the very same man: Niki Lauda. Zunino’s last-minute replacement

GPR Awards – 2022 Formula 1 Dutch Grand Prix

For the second year in a row, Max Verstappen sailed to victory in front of his home crowd at Zandvoort. This year’s performance was quite a bit more ominous in its shades of Sebastian Vettel in 2013, and a late-season romp appears all but inevitable

GPR Awards – 2022 Formula 1 Belgian Grand Prix

As Max Verstappen won from much further back than reasonable this time, Formula 1 is already preparing to add the Dutchman’s name to the list of double world champions. His ascension to the history books certainly quickened at the Belgian Grand Prix, as we at

Profile – Corrado Fabi

While it is unlikely that racing ability is something that passes along in genetics, there are the occasional moments, be it the Schumachers, Rosbergs or Villeneuves, where more than one member of a racing family can possess boatloads of talent. One such example which is

GPR Awards – 2022 Formula 1 Hungarian Grand Prix

The Hungarian Grand Prix was a bizarre start to the summer break of 2022, with Max Verstappen following his mentor Nigel Mansell by spinning and winning for the second time this year. We had George Russell, known as Mr. Saturday at Williams, taking his first

Profile – Hideki Noda

Hideki Noda’s career is a strange one. Often grasping at the many opportunities which came his way, the Japanese driver was able to effectively buy his way through the junior ladder into a Formula 1 seat for a few brief races. Finishing none of them,