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Eoin Harmon

Eoin Harmon
Eoin is a recent DIT Journalism graduate with an unbreakable bond with motorsport and football. F1 is just the beginning for this 23-year old as he revels in a wide variety of racing disciplines. He's also finding his feet as a relatively fresh follower of the League of Ireland, and St. Pat's in particular.

5 Talking Points Ahead Of The 2015 F1 Season

Eoin Harmon is here to take a look at five talking points ahead of the 2015 F1 season. Earlier this week, the FIA held the annual World Motor Sport Council (WMSC) meeting to set down the 2015 rulebook. The agreed terms are by no means as radical as last year’s new regulations, but nonetheless, F1 fans should take on board …

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2014 Formula One Season: Fun With Numbers

Rule changes have been the name of the game in Formula One in 2014, whether fans liked it or not. The V6 turbo ‘power units’ and double points for Sunday’s Abu Dhabi Grand Prix stirred the pot and created massive debate. Today, we will reflect on one of the cosmetic changes that has been well received in the sport – …

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Caterham Endure Turmoil To Retake F1 Spot

While many eyes will be on the divisive title clash between Mercedes drivers Lewis Hamilton and Nico Rosberg, Caterham’s re-emergence from the emergency room is quite the headline grabber. A £2.3 million Kickstarter goal was seemingly reached in the build-up to the Abu Dhabi Grand Prix to get the team back onto the grid. In exchange for donations, Caterham offered …

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Where Are They Now: Nick Heidfeld

In a contrast with the previous driver on ‘Where Are They Now’, Colombian Juan Pablo Montoya, Nick Heidfeld is one of the many Formula One drivers to hail from his native Germany. However, ‘Quick Nick’ can claim to be the first member of the ‘new wave’ of Germans that have flooded F1 in the 21st Century, having made his debut …

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Marussia 2010-2014: Ten Defining Moments

Eoin Harmon discusses ten defining moments of the Marussia Formula One team between 2010 and 2014. Manor GP. Virgin Racing. Marussia F1. Whatever name you prefer, the short life of the British-Russian team has come to an end in the week leading up to the Brazilian Grand Prix. HRT were the first 2010-era team to fold in 2012, and with …

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GP2 Series: First Is The Worst, Second Is The Best?

Sauber’s announcement to promote Brazilian Felipe Nasr from GP2 to F1 for 2015 is a positive declaration of intention for the team. While the future of Formula One doesn’t look healthy short-term, there are still young guns queuing in their droves to realise their ultimate goal. We are pleased to announce Felipe Nasr as driver for 2015 and Banco do Brasil …

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Sombre Sauber Must Make Best of Bad Situation

The absence of both Caterham and Marussia from this Sunday’s United States Grand Prix (at least) will cast an unpleasant shadow upon the event as a whole. However, for bottom-dwellers Sauber, they are perhaps under greater pressure to get something on the board with the 2014 season winding down. The current points scoring system awards points to ten cars, so …

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Where Are They Now: Juan Pablo Montoya

Juan Pablo Montoya was one of F1’s biggest stars of the early 2000s, and one of the few Colombians ever to make it to the ultimate stage of motorsport. While his career ended earlier than expected after just five and a half years, the headstrong, bullish racer refuses to live life anywhere else but the fast lane. His potential was …

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