F1 | Verstappen beats Leclerc to victory in Abu Dhabi to end record-breaking year on top
Max Verstappen confidently converted pole position into victory during Sunday evening’s season-ending Abu Dhabi Grand Prix, making it 19 wins across 22 races in what has been a remarkable year for the Dutchman and his Red Bull team.
Verstappen defended from Charles Leclerc on the run to the first corner and across the first lap before cementing his lead and gradually pulling clear, taking the chequered flag comfortably ahead of the chasing pack as the sun set on the 2023 campaign.–read more–
F1 | What tyres will the teams and drivers have for the 2023 Las Vegas Grand Prix?
Pirelli have announced which three compounds the drivers will have to play with at the inaugural Las Vegas Grand Prix this weekend – the final of three races in America this year.
F1’s official tyre supplier have announced that they will be bringing the three softest tyres in their range, last seen at the Mexico City GP in October, with the teams able to call upon the C3 (hard tyre), C4 (medium tyre), and the C5 (softs). –read more–
F1 | What tyres will the teams and drivers have for the 2023 Sao Paulo Grand Prix?
Pirelli have announced which three compounds the drivers will have to play with in Brazil, with Interlagos set to play host to the final Sprint weekend of the season.
F1’s official tyre supplier has revealed that they will be bringing the middle three compounds to this race, the C2 (hard), C3 (medium) and C4 (soft). Those are one stage harder than the teams had last weekend in Mexico, although it is expected to be slightly cooler here than it was at the Autodromo Hermanos Rodriguez. –read more–
⊆F1 | Verstappen charges to record 16th win of the season after Perez’s opening lap crash in Mexico
Max Verstappen scored a dominant victory at this weekend’s Mexico City Grand Prix, taking the lead at the start of the race to finish ahead of Lewis Hamilton, as he sealed his fifth win at the Autodromo Hermanos Rodriguez – and his 16th victory of the season.
Verstappen lined up in third but made a phenomenal start using the tow from pole-sitter Charles Leclerc as he took the lead into Turn 1. However, at the same corner, Leclerc collided with the fast-starting Sergio Perez, knocking the home favourite out of the race. –read more–
F1 | What tyres will the teams and drivers have for the 2023 Mexico City Grand Prix?
Pirelli have announced which tyres they will be bringing to the drivers and their teams as they prepare to go racing at this weekend’s Mexico City Grand Prix.
F1’s official tyre supplier has revealed that they will be bringing the three softest compounds in their range to Mexico – as last seen in Singapore in September – with the drivers able to call upon the C3 (hard tyre), C4 (medium tyre), and the C5 (soft tyre). –read more–
F1 | Verstappen cruises to Qatar GP victory over Piastri and Norris after Mercedes drivers collide
Red Bull driver Max Verstappen continued his title celebrations with a dominant performance during Sunday’s Qatar Grand Prix, leading home the McLarens of Oscar Piastri and Lando Norris following a first-lap collision between Mercedes pair Lewis Hamilton and George Russell.
Hamilton and Russell went wheel-to-wheel moments after the lights went out at the Lusail International Circuit, the seven-time world champion attempting to go around the outside of his team mate through Turn 1, only for the duo to dramatically make contact in the bottleneck. –read more–
F1 | What tyres will the teams and drivers have for the 2023 Qatar Grand Prix?
Pirelli have announced which tyres they will be bringing to this weekend’s Qatar Grand Prix – the fourth Sprint weekend of the season.
F1’s Official tyre suppliers have nominated the three hardest compounds in their range, with the drivers able to call upon the C1 (hard tyre), C2 (medium tyre), and the C3 (soft tyre) – the same tyre range seen last time out in Japan. –read more–
CNN health Fitness | What you should know about muscle memory to help you stay fit
CNN) — When you hear the term “muscle memory,” it conjures up images of your muscles being able to memorize certain movements, such as dribbling a soccer ball or playing “Happy Birthday” on the piano. But while muscle memory is real, that’s not what is actually going on in your body.
What’s more, science says there are two different kinds of muscle memory. One type, neurological, is tied to the recall of learned activity, while the other form, physiological, is related to the regrowth of actual muscle tissue. –read more–
HGTV | 25 Clever Ways to Decorate Above the Toilet
Fill that boring blank space with beautiful artwork, lush plants and extra storage. –read more–
CNN BUSINESS| How a national blood shortage could impact people with sickle cell disease
Dima Hendricks has sickle cell disease and is an advocate for other people with the disorder.
(CNN) — Dima Hendricks said as a Black woman with a chronic illness she never thought she would be able to fulfill her dream of competing in national beauty pageants.
“I competed on a state level for over 25 years. I was able to win local and state titles, but when it was time to compete in a nationwide pageant, sickle cell reared its ugly head,” Hendricks told CNN. –read more–