Archive for the ‘Site news’ Category
21 Jun 2010: Brits on Pole suspends operations
Today, after almost three years and nearly 2000 published stories, we have regretfully taken the decision to suspend operations on BritsOnPole.com.
Dean Stoneman was the big mover in the Brits on Pole All-Star League this weekend, leaping to fifth on the back of a strong Formula Two weekend in Marrakech, while Dario Franchitti closed in on Jenson Button for the lead.
When GP2 driver Sam Bird takes to the track in Bahrain this weekend try to get a good look at the nose of his car – because, if everything goes to plan, it will be sporting the Brits on Pole logo.
15 Jan 2010: Join us Over The White Line in 2010
The Christmas cards are at the back of a cupboard, the snow has melted (again) and the fridge is stuffed with healthy salads. Well, alright, you have a bit of leeway on that last one. It’s the perfect time to sign up to the Brits on Pole weekly newsletter!
What can you do to make it clear to decision-makers that you want to see a Formula One Grand Prix held in Britain in 2010? Here are a few ideas from us.
12 Sep 2009: Important site news – please read
So, why does Brits on Pole look a bit bare at the moment? Well, over the last few months our site has been outgrowing the server it’s hosted on, occasionally knocking it over, and our web hosts decided that the eve of the Italian Grand Prix was the perfect time to draw a line in the sand.
Wanting to experience the sights and sounds of the 2009 Goodwood Festival of Speed first-hand? In that case, welcome, you’ve come to the right place.
2 Jul 2009: Dare you venture Over the White Line?
A few things have changed with our Over the White Line feature since we started sending it out in newsletter form – and we thought you might like to know about them.
We’ve been adding some new content behind the scenes. Here’s the low-down on some of the new stuff that we hope you will enjoy reading.
25 May 2009: IRL: Live Tweeting of the Indy 500
Throughout the Indy 500 – from the first false start to Helio Castroneves celebrating in Victory Circle – fans, bloggers, journalists and race teams pumped out a steady stream of updates using microblogging service Twitter.