Tag: Sports Psychology

2014 Malaysian Grand Prix: Hamilton And Hulkenberg Shine, Massa Defies

Posted: March 30, 2014 at 4:10 pm   /   F1 Features, Sunday Race Day

Lewis Hamilton won the 2014 Malaysian Grand Prix in expected style. Pole, fastest lap of the race, victory, what in motorsport terms could be called as ‘stringing a weekend together’! Although it is being debated if he scored the ‘Grand Chelem’ (pole, fastest lap of the race, victory AND having led every single lap!)! By […]

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Inside Line F1 Podcast: Your Chance To Own An F1 Team

Posted: December 18, 2013 at 1:58 pm   /   F1 Podcast

For all arm-chair Christian Horners out there and for those who have time and again mouthed expletives to Stefano Domenicali, now is your chance to prove your worth as a Team Owner in Formula1. Yes, after losing HRT at the end of the 2012 Formula1 Season, the FIA has now floated a tender inviting potential […]

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Winning Matters In Formula1, Not Participation

Posted: April 8, 2013 at 6:29 am   /   Sports Psychology

‘It is not winning, but participation that matters’ is the adage we grew up with during our formative years in school. To me, that was the turning point, I participated in various activities (sporting and non-sporting) that I never would’ve assumed I otherwise would. From a psychological view, it made a hell-of-a difference! Along the […]

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