25 Apr 2008: F1: Super Aguri limp on, slowly
Battered but unbowed, F1 backmarkers Super Aguri are still expecting to be on the starting grid for Sunday’s Spanish Grand Prix.
25 Apr 2008: IRL: Patrick triumphs in Japan
Danica Patrick won IndyCar’s Japan 300, muting – but not completely silencing – the nagging voices asking when she’d finally win a race.
25 Apr 2008: Champ Car bows out with Power surge
The final race in Champ Car’s 29 years of competition was won by KV Racing’s Will Power after Britain’s Justin Wilson suffered an engine failure.
25 Apr 2008: A1GP: Swiss on a roll as victory looms
We’re back from holiday here at Brits on Pole, and catching up with everything we’ve missed – starting with A1GP’s Shanghai event, where Switzerland came close to wrapping up the championship and Ireland took another podium.
17 Apr 2008: On holiday – back soon
We’re (mostly) away from our keyboards at the moment, but we’ll be back in time for Barcelona and the A1GP finale at Brands Hatch. Plus we’ll catch on up A1GP in Shanghai and the action taking place in IndyCar this weekend. We’re also working on a brand new look for the site!
7 Apr 2008: IndyCar: form book upset in wet St Petersburg
The smart money was always on Newman/Haas/Lanigan being the quickest of the ex-Champ Car teams to adapt to life in IndyCar – but even the most optimistic fan might have been stretched to predict a victory in only their second race.
6 Apr 2008: F1: Bahrain GP in six words
Who did what to whom, and when – the winners and losers of the Bahrain Grand Prix, in six words each.
6 Apr 2008: F1: Fortune deserts Brits in Bahrain sands
One British driver had a trouble-free Bahrain Grand Prix in which he got the most from his car, gained places from his grid position, and beat his team-mate. Unfortunately for the bigger names at the front of the field, it was Anthony Davidson in the lowly Super Aguri.
After a 2007 season dominated by off-track controversy, what we all wanted was a 2008 where the racing made the headlines. And it seems that the Max Mosley affair isn’t going to prevent us having it.
2 Apr 2008: A1GP: youngsters helped by beadwork brilliance
Thousands of underprivileged children can now enjoy nutritious meals thanks to a unique fundraising auction held by A1GP, the World Cup of motor sport, during its South African races.