How do you survive in Formula 1, when your team-mate is considered the greatest of all time?
Crashes, punctures, engine failure, an angry team boss, and a broken leg. The 2018 season has got off to an unpredictable start as we are now four dramatic races in with three different winners from three different teams. Each are highly skilled drivers from teams with the highest performing cars, but is it technology, skill or luck which earns race wins?
Daniel Ricciardo drove his way to victory in Shanghai at the Chinese Grand Prix with impressive manoeuvres to lead by seven seconds in the final lap; while teammate Max Verstappen finished fifth following a collision with Sebastian Vettel
There are many contenders for the most embarrassing manoeuvres of the day as it was crash galore in Baku at the Azerbaijan Grand Prix with only 13 drivers finishing the race
The Azerbaijan Grand Prix is shaping up to be a three-way title fight, but the track causes problems for Verstappen
Where does the grit come from at the very beginning of an athletes career? The grit which is the very reason they have won a gold medal at the Olympics, became a world champion, and won the yellow jersey. The same grit, that shoehorned them into the sport, to put their focus into something positive. Channel … Continue reading What makes our greatest athletes?
How the flooding in Lancashire and Cumbria unfolded in December 2015.
Over 60,000 homes are left without power in Lancaster, Morecambe and parts of Cumbria as a record amount of rain flooded the areas. Carlisle and Kendal are the worst affected areas for flooding as the army, police, and lifeboats sailed around the streets evacuating people from their homes. The amount of rainfall caused the rivers and … Continue reading Thousands left without power as Northern rivers burst their banks
An inspirational chat with Dave Heeley, and his friend Garry Wells.
The LDNPA invest in the sustainability of the National Park, with the aim to reduce carbon emissions, and prevent the effects of climate change harming the environment, but just how close to our emissions targets are we?