Sometimes motor racing is like being in the army. Okay, hear me out. Continue
Didier brought his new car to Monaco. When I say new, I actually mean a 1931 version Model T Ford. And it's a convertible, just to make it better. There are a lot of supercars in Monaco, but I'm pretty sure we get more attention than any of them. Driving around in his car is like carrying a baby in a chest carrier: people can't help but look, and smile. Continue
I like asking a driver a question just out of the car, because you get a very honest answer, especially if he was involved in an incident with another driver, but with our press conferences all the emotions are gone after an hour, and they're a lot more chilled out and funny. Mostly at the expense of the others. Continue
"You have to stop getting so many penalties this week!" Alexa said to Felipe Nasr as they chatted yesterday afternoon, while the teams set up their weekend homes around them.
"I know! If you look at all the forums, there are loads of people saying you're trying to find ways to penalise me and hold me back because of where I came from," he replied laughing
"But you know we're not!" Alexa protested.
"I know, of course! You're even giving me the onboard camera this weekend, so everyone can see me!"
"Actually, no," she laughed back, "that is just so we can watch you more carefully, to catch you for your next penalty!" Continue