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James has played an instrumental role in creating and implementing many of the technical systems and processes that have helped make F1 such a global hit – including the establishment of its state-of-the-art broadcast centre. As well as helping ensure the sport remained at the cutting edge of technology and never missed a beat during his near three-decade involvement, he helped see it through a number of particular challenges. One such moment came at the 2019 Japanese Grand Prix when James had to lead the relocation of F1's Media and Technology Centre because of a typhoon threat. Had he failed, the event would have had to be called off. Read Also: The inside story of how F1 kept the Japanese GP on TV One of James' most recent efforts was helping deliver F1's transition to rely on remote operations facilities for its coverage of grands prix weekends. The change was prompted by the coronavirus pandemic, but will now likely become a more permanent solution longer … [Read more...] about F1’s technical director James to leave role next month
During a special event at Honda's R&D test facility at Tochigi, Verstappen tested an RA272 that American Richie Ginther famously delivered the Japanese car manufacturer's first F1 victory with in the 1965 Mexican Grand Prix. It was the first time that Verstappen has driven older F1 machinery, and he confessed to not feeling as comfortable in it as modern grand prix cars. "It was very cool to get to experience this car," said the Dutchman. "I think the oldest race car I've driven before today was from about 2008. It's quite different, but I really enjoyed it. "The pure emotion from the engine and the car itself was incredible. I didn't even fit properly in the car! But it was an amazing experience for sure." He added: "I'm very happy that I was born a bit later [than to have raced this car], but of course I'm really grateful to be able to experience it. I don't think I would race it myself, and if you look back 50 years the evolution is insane. But it is good fun … [Read more...] about Verstappen samples Honda’s first F1 winner
It's perfect for the person that doesn't have 60 seconds to phone in a pizza order. There seems to be no stopping the progression of technology in automobiles. The latest feature that will soon grace your infotainment system is a spiffy app from Domino’s Pizza that lets you order up dinner from the comfort of the driver’s seat. As far as critical vehicle functions go, a Domino’s app isn’t exactly high on the list. Then again, any young family with hungry kids screaming in the back might appreciate a quicker solution to sourcing dinner. Domino's Pizza Is On The Move: 1984 Tritan A2 Domino's Pizza Delivery Car Is Up For Sale ⠀ Man Faces Legal Action After Buying Domino’s Pizza Delivery Car The global pizza chain is working with Xevo Inc. to bring the app to vehicle systems. Xevo is a major player when it comes to in-car commerce systems, and like it or not, shopping for a variety of goods and services while jaunting across town is quickly becoming a … [Read more...] about Domino’s Developing In-Car Pizza Ordering App Because Why Not?
James Stewart, one of the greatest dirt bike riders on the planet, will head to Sydney this November 28 for the biggest action sports competition to hit Australian shores - the Australian Open of Supercross (AUS-X Open) event. Officially confirmed, the two-time FIM World Supercross Champion and reality TV star will be contesting the inaugural AUS-X Open at the AllPhones Arena in what is a massive coup for Australian sports fans. “I’m pumped to be heading down under to race against the world’s best riders and put on a night to remember for the Aussie fans,” said Stewart. "To have an event which combines high impact, bar to bar Supercross racing with the amazing spectacle of Freestyle Motocross it’s going to be one action-packed show!” Stewart joins a star-studded line up including the recently announced, fellow two-time World Supercross Champion and long time rival, Chad Reed. The 29-year-old from Haines City, Florida (USA), won’t be taking things lightly as he … [Read more...] about Stewart heading down under for Australian Open of Supercross