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About

Motorsports writer, collector of caps (and fez) and one half of the 'Hit The Apex' F1 podcast. Follow me on Twitter @Doctor46th and or @HitTheApexMedia.

Member Since:
 
November 2013
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Melbourne

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Why Brendon Hartley deserves his F1 chance

Why Brendon Hartley deserves his F1 chance

2 days ago

With not even a full season of Formula One under his belt, rookie Brendon Hartley allegedly faces the axe as the Kiwi comes under the microscope ahead of this weekend’s Monaco Grand Prix.

Supercars Winton SuperSprint Talking Points

Supercars Winton SuperSprint Talking Points

6 days ago

The first third of the 2018 Supercars championship has flown past, with the conclusion of the Winton SuperSprint marking the start of a small layoff for the touring car category.

F1 TV launch a success, despite technical failures

F1 TV launch a success, despite technical failures

18 May 2018

The F1 TV live streaming service rolled out across the Spanish Grand Prix weekend in select countries, though was met with a negative reception from those who accessed it.

Nissan’s Supercars exit disappointing but not surprising

Nissan's Supercars exit disappointing but not surprising

16 May 2018

Despite there being slim hope of renewal, the inevitable has been realised and Nissan will withdraw its support from Kelly Racing and the Supercars championship, at the conclusion of the 2018 season.

Spanish Grand Prix: Formula One live blog

Spanish Grand Prix: Formula One live blog

13 May 2018

Formula One returns to its heartland for the start of the much-anticipated European leg of the 2018 championship. Join The Roar for a live blog of the Spanish Grand Prix, starting from 11:10pm AEST.

Should Mercedes follow Ferrari in Haas-style tie up?

Should Mercedes follow Ferrari in Haas-style tie up?

11 May 2018

There has been plenty of conjecture this season, surrounding the close partnership between Ferrari and the Haas F1 Team – particularly because the latter has finally become a competitive point-scoring force.