Karun Chandhok

Pit Stop

Talk about Mark Webber entering the lion's den. The Red Bull drinks empire may well be the brainchild of an Austrian, but Hockenheim is as close to home for the corporate top brass as you're likely to get.

Thursday, 22 July, 2010, 12:00am

The new, modest face of Formula 1

Head into the English town of Brackley and one of the first things you see is the Mercedes GP factory. A short distance up the hill is the impressive high street of this thousand-year-old market town, built on the wealth of lace and wool.

20 Jun 2010 - 12:00am

Pit Stop

Every year it's the same at the start of the Formula One season. I almost wish I was writing about soccer. The rules there tend not to change. Formula One, being Formula One of course, they've re-invented the wheel yet again over the winter. New teams, new circuits, new rules - and of course an old driver. Despite that, the sport seems in rude health.

11 Mar 2010 - 12:00am

Pit Stop

You read a lot about 'glass ceilings' in the business community. It normally refers to women who don't get the chance to make it to the top of a company.

In the current climate, Formula One seems to have one blocking aspiring drivers.

3 Jun 2009 - 12:00am

Pit Stop

In just a few days time we will finally get to find out who the new Formula One world champion is. It's been a long and sometimes tortuous route, but nonetheless exhilarating for that.

17 Oct 2007 - 12:00am