Category Archives: Opinion

Teammate Collision #14: Driven Recharged!

Welcome back to the Teammate Collision podcast, where this time we melt your minds with some up-to-date discussion about the late great Niki Lauda, the overarching effects of injuries on Formula 1 drivers, and the potential for 2024’s biggest blockbuster: a Driven remake! Featuring a

Last Impressions – The Effect of Season Finales

The finale of the ninth season of the FIA Formula E World Championship is now a couple of weeks in the past. Jake Dennis and Envision Racing secured their world titles in the capital of the United Kingdom. Regrettably, the season finale (the first race

Teammate Collision #13: Teammate Collisions!

Welcome back to the Teammate Collision podcast, where this time we shock the universe by actually talking about Teammate Collisions! After FOM’s recent video detailing their own personal favourites from the vault, we thought it best to take a look at them ourselves and give

Teammate Collision #12: Tarso MarQ&As

Welcome back to the superest duperest episode yet of our Teammate Collision podcast! We turn our attention to our community, who have asked us a series of questions regarding all drivers big and small, new and old: who deserved what? Are reputations justified? Why is Eddie

12 > 11

On Sunday 23 July, 2023, Red Bull Racing broke a long-standing record of Formula 1 history. With Max Verstappen taking a commanding victory at the 39th Hungarian Grand Prix, Red Bull had won the first 11 races of this season. Added to their victory at

A Meditation on Red Flags for Entertainment Purposes

Three weeks ago, the most important race of the motorsport year was held. The 107th Indianapolis 500 saw Josef Newgarden beat last year’s winner Marcus Ericsson on the final lap to take his premier win at the prestigious race to add to his Indy Lights

Teammate Collision #10.2: Attack of the Klons

Welcome back to the superest, happiest podcast in the intersphere of website collection: the Teammate Collision podcast! It is time to conclude our opinions and discussions of the 2003 season, from its forgettable drivers and its regrettable familiarity to the modern viewer. Of course, Lennart