So here we are at long last, the final results of the 2010 Too Much Racing Game! It has been a long road and I’m amazed to actually reach the finish line, a huge thank you to everyone who stayed, kept playing and helped out. I’m planning to continue into 2011 and I hope you’ll […]
On Friday at the Race of Champions in Dusseldorf, many of the competing drivers did practice laps with various cars. As you may know, a passenger always rides alongside the driver for every run throughout the weekend, whether it be competition winner, sponsor, whatever. On the practice day the passengers were the members of the […]
I’ve been reading a book this week for a review for VivaF1.com, as part of their week of book reviews. You’ll find the review here: MotoGP: An Illustrated History I hope you check it out because it is a really interesting book even if you are only casually interested in two-wheeled racing, and please do […]
Kick ass. Credit: Created by Matt Archuleta and blogged with permission, featuring fully-authorised footage from Versus and IMS Productions (brilliant that they both agreed). Song: “Bodies” by Drowning Pool, what an epic choice.
Welcome to Week 44 of the Too Much Racing Game! * This is the final week! * * Please leave any feedback and ideas for 2011 on this dedicated thread * Racing this week: DTM – Shanghai street race (not the F1 circuit); Usual restrictions apply, pick up to 7 drivers in this lone race. […]
You may remember in August, VivaF1 organised the first ‘Blogger Swap Shop’ to tide F1 bloggers over through the summer break. I wrote a post for VivaF1 and Leigh from the F1 & Motorsport Archive wrote a post here, just two examples among many other great swaps. If you enjoyed those, good news, now we’re […]
If you ever need a pick-me-up, or to be reminded why we sometimes put ourselves through the mill in the name of this sport, you just have to watch this video: Awe, and then some. Simply epic! Video credit: ‘Every Second Counts’ by Antti, with thanks to Gavin, a.k.a. Rubbergoat, for the link via Twitter/Facebook. […]