Circuit de Barcelona-Catalunya changes at turn 10

The guys in Barcelona have been busy over winter, re-profiling turn 10. This had previously been a long sweeping right-hander when the circuit opened in 1991. It was modified in 2004 to try to improve overtaking at the circuit, and to increase the amount of run-off area they introduced an alternative layout which widened the […]

Find the Miami Grand Prix location on Google maps

Next years F1 calendar sees a second grand prix in the united states. A sort of purpose built street circuit in Miami. I’m imagining it’ll be something a little like Sochi in Russia, or the ill fated Vietnamese Grand Prix which was supposed to happen in 2020. Personally, I’m really not a fan of circuits […]

Quick overview of the 2007 changes to the start/finish straight at Imola

It’s been great to see Imola back on the F1 calendar these past two seasons. It’s one of my favourite circuits. Someone was asking me if the track differs from the last time F1 raced there in 2006, and it has. I wont go into the whole raft of changes post 1994 because they’re extensively […]

Track changes at Albert Park, Melbourne for 2021

With news that work is underway to make changes to the Albert Park circuit in Melbourne for this year, I thought it might be useful to share a more detailed map of the track with a Google Maps overlay. The changes look fairly small from above, but will actually make the circuit much faster – […]

Find the Saudi Arabian Grand Prix Location on google maps

Because I’m a circuit geek, whenever a new circuit is proposed or announced I’ll always try to look for it on google maps. This one was quite easy to find as the road shape at the south end of the circuit is fairly distinctive. You can find the circuit for yourself by visiting this link. […]