With Sebastian Vettel on pole and Ferrari at the front of the grid too, today’s 2011 Formula 1 Canadian Grand Prix is set to be one of the most thrilling races of the year. Vettel is poised to take his sixth victory from seven starts but Ferrari, desperate for a win, will definitely be pushing hard. The Italian racing marque is in its best position to secure a victory for the first time this season, with Fernando Alonso starting at second on the grid and his teammate Felipe Massa starting at third. Now, throw in a wet track and you’ve one got a recipe for excitement. That’s...
Formula 1 Canadian Grand Prix Preview
This weekend the Formula 1 circus heads to Circuit Gilles Villeneuve in Montreal for the 2011 Canadian Grand Prix, and coming as no surprise the odds are already favoring Red Bull Racing champ Sebastian Vettel to take the checkered flag at the conclusion of Sunday’s race. The race is the only...Viknesh Vijayenthiran
Porsche 911-based W3 Triposto extreme custom
Custom Porsche 911s are almost as common as the cars themselves, but the W3 Triposto is not likely to be lumped in with the crowd. With a center-seated driving position, speedster profile and outlandish design, the Triposto is anything but common. Built in 2005 by Clyde and Hugh Kwok, a father-son...Alex Kaufmann
Canadian GP dropped from 2009 calendar
North America’s sole remaining F1 stage, the Canadian GP at the Circuit Gilles Villeneuve in Montreal, has been left off next year’s calendar. After a meeting of the World Motor Sport Council on Tuesday, the sport's governing body issued an amended 18-race calendar, omitting the race...James Martinez