Archive for the ‘General’ Category

Site Update: Uruguay

Tuesday, February 19th, 2013

Uruguay has been added to the South America section, detailing twenty-three circuits and autodromes in the country. (more…)

Site Update: Street View Circuits

Tuesday, November 20th, 2012

A couple of updates on the Google Street View car getting around some of the world’s most famous racing circuits have been deployed and updated here on AerialF1. Most interestingly for me is that Silverstone has been photographed in its Arena layout, yet the aerial imagery is still quite old and now doesn’t match the Street View. Also added to the site is the Street View for Interlagos, home of the upcoming Brazilian Grand Prix and host of many championship show-downs. (more…)

Site Update: 2013 Formula One Calendar

Monday, October 8th, 2012

The 2013 Formula One World Championship calendar has been confirmed by the FIA and posted to AerialF1, detailing the twenty races expected to take part in the sport’s 64th season. Very similar to 2012, the circus will descend on the popular season opener in Melbourne in mid-March, work its way around the world and finish in late-November in Brazil. The only major changes made are the addition of the New Jersey Grand Prix, and Korea and Japan have swapped weekends.

Update

The Grand Prix of New Jersey has now been postponed to 2014. The calendar has been updated to reflect this change. As of yet, no other race has taken the position so the calendar now currently comprises of 19 races.

Site Update: Central Europe Page

Tuesday, June 12th, 2012

Due to a funny issue with WordPress (in which I think I reached a maximum limit for words or links on a page) I have been forced to move three countries over to a new page entitled Central Europe. France, Italy and United Kingdom have been moved, for now at least… (more…)

Site Update: Street View Circuits

Friday, May 4th, 2012

A few circuits used on the Formula One calendar have been given the Google Street View treatment since I last checked (which is admittedly, a long time ago). Therefore some links have been added to the following tracks, with a promise to check these more often. It is unusual for a closed circuit to get a Street View, the land usually being private. However, Laguna Seca set the example a few years back and since – it would seem – others have followed. (more…)

Site Update: Downloads

Tuesday, April 6th, 2010

A download page has been added to the main navigation at the top of each page, taking you to a master download section listing every KMZ file available on the site. Although quite large, the page is divided up like the rest of AerialF1 into continents, with each country listed below in alphabetical order. As and when each KMZ file is updated, I will upload the new version so it can be downloaded from either this page of the relevant section on AerialF1.

As always, you can also download the mega-master file – AerialF1 – although I should warn you that like the actual site, it is a work in progress.

In order to view the KMZ files you will need Google Earth, which you can obtain for free from Google Earth’s official site.