After a tumultuous year that was 2020, Formula 1 came into what many would call the best season in recent years. It is a season that will forever be engraved in the history books with Max Verstappen hoping for his first championship and Lewis intending to break his shared record with Michael Schumacher.
From the ashes, Alejandro Agag brought to us Extreme E (XE) after starting Formula E few years back. The prospects and the idea of the new offroad Rallycross-like racing series with electric SUVs were and are very exciting.
The month is November and as we head into the season finale, Mercedes have already secured the constructor’s championship but the driver’s title is still open. The points stand at 334-317 in favour of Hamilton against Rosberg.
If you haven’t read Part 1 then I’d advice you head back to it. Let’s continue where we left off.
It is rare for the popularity of a sport to surge as high as Formula 1 has in the recent past and many don’t understand what is happening or where to start from. Don’t worry, I’ll try to help - first of all it’s not cars going round in circles 😂.
Time and time again the question “Which V8 sounds better?” has rolled of the tongues of most car enthusiasts. European V8s have a high revving loud note while American V8s have low raw rumble.