About me

Born August 1961 in Rijeka, Croatia, Electro technical engineer, and F1 fan from my 10th.

I like technology, all kind of technology, especially technology in Formula 1.

Everything started in my sixth or seventh grade. Some 40 years ago!!!

I was an aeromodelar, and my instructor was in love with F1 and aerodynamics. He uses to compare aerodynamics in F1 and planes. Of course, I was intrigued, and I waned to see what is so fascinated in this F1 thing. And I find it.


From then, I pass all good and bad things in F1, fascinations and disappointments, politics and all childish things.


In all this time, I’m a Ferrari fan. For me, Ferrari is a legend, history. And one thing more: Ferrari team is on first place. Drivers come and go, and basically they are there only because of money and their own success. I’m F1 fan for free. That’s mean, I respect them, but I respect Ferrari (or any other team) more. But, I’m not a crazy, blinded fan, I respect all teams, they are all part of great F1 I like.


As I sed before on Home page, I’m a Ferrari fan, but this site is not biased in any way. This is a site about Formula 1 and racing technology, and there, all teams are involved. In many occasions’ “small” teams like Williams, Lotus, Minardi and Tyrell which bent the rules back in the days with average budgets, but with amazing ideas and inventions, and ideas from these small teams are today base for F1 we know.

If you find something on this site you think is biased, you have to know that this site is only mine, is not sponsored by anybody and basically I don’t care. I’m doing this site only because of my pleasure, and for all of you real racing fan’s.


I love this sport!



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Visit pages about my town:

Rijeka on English Language

Rijeka on Croatian Language

Page about Preluk and Grobnik Racing track

Lokalpatrioti, Rijeka

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Books to read

Some useful links:

- f1technical.net, a great site with a lot of technical information’s and explanations. Site is updated daily with news from F1 word.

 - autosport.com, This site is a legend. A bible for racing lovers. News from all around the word. Unfortunately, to get access to all news, interviews and to open the site completely you should be subscribed to Autosport magazine. Anyway, great read.

James Allen on F1
- JA.F1 site (or blog) ovned by ITV Sport’s lead commentator on Formula 1 James Allen

Joe Saward blog
- joesaward is the Joe Saward official blog about Formula 1 world. Joe is an journalist, who write primarily about politics in and around motorsport, specifically on the FIA Formula 1 World Championship

Vital F1
 - vitalf1.com/ is another great site for Motor Sports fan’s like me. Site is relatively new, but great fun, with great discussion forum, Formula 1 news and forum.

 GP update
- f1.gpupdate.net, Site with fresh news from Formula 1

Planet F1
 - planetf1, another site with many different articles, news and statistics. Biased toward British teams, but anyway good read.

Gurney flap
 - gurneyflap.com, Great history site. You can learn a lot from this site. Pictures, cars and many many more. Great.

4ormula1 is a database of Formula 1 history and statistics of drivers, teams, grand prix, and all results since 1950

Racecar engineering
-Racecar Engineering, an online magazine with a lot to learn from, a lot of technical information’s and explanations

 - fia.com, La Fédération Internationale de l'Automobile, representing the interests of motoring organisations and motor car users. Head organisation and ruler in auto sport.

 - wikipedia.org, I don’t believe that I have to tell you anything about this site. It’s not about Formula 1 technology, but you can learn a lot about that too.

Sutton Images

grandprix photo

 - carbibles.com, a great site for normal car users. Here you can find explanations of almost everything about your car and how it works. Technical reviews and explanations of some in-car gadgets.

Dare To Be Different
- Daretobedifferent.org Susie Wolff and UK governing body of UK motorsport have joined forces to launch Dare To Be Different, a high-profile new initiative which is about increasing female participation, not just on the track but in all aspects of the sport.