It’s ridiculous how long its been since I’ve posted here. But in all honesty, I don’t have a real reason for it. Haven’t been particularly busier than normal, though my priorities perhaps have reshuffled in recent weeks what with my new role at RichlandF1.com (make that your one stop website for all things Formula One if it already isn’t. Fantastic group of talented and motivated young people with a passion for the sport led by our benevolent leader, Luke Smith.).
Anyways, I’ve decided to fire up the old blog again because it really is an interesting outlet for opinion. I certainly let the public know how I feel on Richland, but it’s a much higher profile website (obviously) and people react differently to glaring opinion there. I won’t stop though, because its just too fun.
Far too much has happened in the F1 circus since I last posted and I won’t even attempt to go through it all, for I know whoever reads this is most likely up to date with all things pertinent to F1. If you aren’t, then this blog probably isn’t your cup of tea. Fair warning.
I will tell you, though, that with the coming of the new season comes a new “Its an F1 Life”. I know all too well that my posts can be a bit wordy. In light of that, whatever is posted on this blog will be reasonable in length and digestible in its content. Sound good?
In the meantime, get ready for an interesting preseason, for what has already concluded is juicy and full of nuances and interesting sub-plots, like the Mclaren saga and what will come of Martin Whitmarsh and the recent appointment of Mr. Boullier as Race Director, or whether Fernando Alonso is indeed looking for a way out of Ferrari soon, as well as the fate of Caterham and Marussia who, realistically, could be on the verge of their final seasons in the sport.
2014 promises to be one of the most fascinating seasons in the sport’s history.
Follow it with me.