Justice has finally been awarded to Matt DiBenedetto. After weeks of uncertainty for his future in the sport, a surprise announcement by Wood Brothers Racing provides the perfect next step for DiBenedetto’s racing career. This morning it was formally announced by the oldest race team in the sport that Paul Menard will step away from […]Read More Matt DiBenedetto Gets his Drive for 2020
Times have truly changed at Hendrick Motorsports. For the first time since the introduction of the NASCAR “playoff” system, Jimmie Johnson is on the cusp of missing out on a shot for the NASCAR Championship. Johnson most recently won the Driver’s Championship in 2016, but over the course of the last 72 races the seven-time […]Read More Jimmie Johnson’s Playoffs Hopes Hang in the Balance
Matt DiBenedetto received the news he was hoping would never come. Today, Leavine Family Racing told DiBenedetto that he will not be returning to the race team for the 2020 season. DiBenedetto currently sits in 23rd place in the standings and remains a distant 162 points behind Clint Bowyer for the last spot in the […]Read More NASCAR: Matt DiBenedetto is Too Talented to Be Without a Seat in 2020
Valtteri Bottas started 2019 on the best possible terms. He drove a convincing race en route to his fourth win with Mercedes at the Australian Grand Prix. His demeanor was strong and confident. His new beard gave him a more grizzly persona compared to his clean shaven serious personality during his first year with Mercedes […]Read More Bottas’s Time Coming to an End with Mercedes?
Following their first points finish this season and an improved performance at the Hungarian Grand Prix, are things looking up for Williams Racing for the rest of the season and into 2020?Read More Williams Racing Maintains Grounded Mentality Following Two Big Weekends
Haas had yet another disappointing weekend at the German Grand Prix even though the result was not. Grosjean and Magnussen collided again and the performance of the car continued to frustrate Guenther Steiner. The drama at Haas must end.Read More Formula 1: How Much Longer Can the Drama Continue at Haas?
Daniil Kvyat pulled of an exceptional podium finish at the 2019 German Grand Prix. He has been shown throughout the entire season that he deserves to have a seat for the 2020 season.Read More Daniil Kvyat Deserves a Drive in 2020
McLaren Renault is experiencing a momentous 2019 season. Top results have become the norm and reliability no longer looks to be an issue in recent weeks. The pairing of Carlos Sainz and rookie Lando Norris, both of whom are not only talented drivers but also relatively soft spoken, which is something McLaren desperately needed after […]Read More Formula 1: Can McLaren Pull Away from Midfield?