Formula One is viewed by millions at home on their big screen. Many less get to see it trackside and really hear the sound, many more less get to drive. This Video was shot at the recent Monaco Grand Prix during Friday practice – it will blow your mind.
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At the Melbourne Formula One Grand Prix, Vodafone and HTC were both keen to show off the new flagship HTC One smartphone. EFTM got its hands on one, and can honestly say that this will be one of the best phones this year.
Anyone serious about their racing simulators knows you have to have a steering wheel and pedal setup to get the best lap times and the most realistic experience. Well, imagine combining the realism of the racing simulation with the realism of the wheel itself. That’s what Thrustmaster have done with the T500 Ferrari F1 Wheel.
This weekend could quite possibly be one of the best weekends on the box for fans of motorsport this year. The combination of the Japanese Formula 1 Grand Prix in our timezone, the possibility of an Aussie World Champion being crowned in Europe and the 50th anniversary Bathurst 1000 makes for one heck of a [...]
When you have almost 1,000,000 followers on twitter, its really not possible to say something and then delete it. What happens on twitter doesn’t stay on twitter. So when Lewis Hamilton used instagram to share a very interesting piece of team data, we think someone in the team suggested he take it down.
F1 teams have taken a liking to using the off season and non race weeks to bring their F1 cars to the people, with Red Bull Racing leading the pack hosting a series of events around the world. Until now, these events have gone almost without a hitch.
I pity the partners of certain EFTM editors on the night of September 20. Because that’s the day the next F1 game comes out, and it’s safe to say that there won’t be much in the way of conversation at the dinner table that night in the Long and Francis households.
It worked extremely well for NBA Jam, so it’s no surprise that Codemasters has gone all big head mode on the F1 championships with the announcement of F1 Race Stars later this year.
Lots of us took the opportunity to go backpacking after school, and some of us were lucky enough to enjoy some amazing events during those trips. But imagine taking those ‘gap year’ trips and injecting them with cash and enthusiasm 15-20 years down the track. One EFTM reader is doing just that.
24 year old Sebastian Vettel is easy to dislike. He’s been the Red Bull team’s favourite ahead of Aussie Mark Webber and his arrogance some times can make you want to cheer for anyone but him. But a recent appearance on Letterman shows that Seb’s actually an okay guy!