F1: Put DC on the spot in the BBC’s Q&A

By LJ Hutchins

CalendarThursday, July 2nd, 2009

 
 

Got a question for veteran F1 driver, top all-time British points-scorer and newly-minted BBC broadcaster David Coulthard? Well, here’s your chance to ask it.

DC’s new employers are putting him forward for a question and answer session and posting the answers on the BBC website in his regular column during the German Grand Prix coverage next weekend.

They say: “If you have a burning question to put to the former driver and winner of 13 Grands Prix this is your chance.”

If you want to know, for example, what life was really like under Ron Dennis at McLaren, whether Coulthard has any insight into his former team-mate Kimi Raikkonen, whether he regrets retiring at the end of the 2008 season, his views on pink shirts – or what he really thinks of Eddie Jordan, email F1@bbc.co.uk with ‘Question for DC’ in the subject line.

The team promises to collate the best ones and pass them on.

One response to “F1: Put DC on the spot in the BBC’s Q&A”:

  1. james leslie Says:

    August 22nd, 2009 at 12:44 pm

    i believe u would have been world champion if alonso never decided to write off interlagos all those years ago still dont understand why uwerent given the race were well in front followed all your career i would put u in that ferrari what are the chances of come back from all urefans in glasgow well done on an exellent career

 
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