Posts Tagged ‘Canadian Grand Prix’

16 Jun 2008: F1: Hamilton unhappy with 10-place penalty

When it’s time to review the 2008 F1 season, it is possible that Lewis Hamilton’s rear-end shunt of Kimi Raikkonen in the Montreal pit lane will be viewed as the pivotal moment when he threw away the World Championship.

9 Jun 2008: F1: Hamilton blunder hands Kubica his breakthough

Before the Canadian Grand Prix Lewis Hamilton teased his father, asking how he could possibly crash a high-performance car at 30mph. He won’t be asking that again.

8 Jun 2008: F1: Canadian Grand Prix in six words

We don’t know what sort of words were exchanged between Hamiltons senior and junior when Lewis made it back to the McLaren garage after his accident – and we’ll probably never find out. So, instead, here are our six-word summaries of how all the teams and drivers performed.

8 Jun 2008: F1: Canadian Grand Prix live blog

It’s hot, the track surface is a time bomb waiting to go off, and the grid’s been shaken up a little – it could be an unpredictable afternoon at the Circuit Gilles-Villeneuve as Lewis Hamilton attempts to win for the second straight year.

8 Jun 2008: F1: Get over yourselves, already, say Canadians

A circuit that is quite a joke? A disaster? A nightmare? That requires motorcross bikes? Regardless of events during yesterday’s qualifying session, the Canadian media has been telling F1 to get over itself this morning.

7 Jun 2008: F1: strong rumours of split from FIA and manufacturer pullout

Rumours of seismic splits within motorsport have gathered pace today. They include the possibility of a manufacturers’ pull-out and a breakaway F1 series – provisionally entitled ‘GP1’, a trademark owned by none other than Bernie Ecclestone.

7 Jun 2008: F1: Hamilton sets fastest lap in Canada practice

Lewis Hamilton put down a marker for Canada qualifying by topping the timesheets overall in Friday practice at the Circuit Gilles Villeneuve.

6 Jun 2008: F1: Hamilton looks forward to quick and dirty ride in Canada

Lewis Hamilton says he thinks McLaren will have a job to beat Ferrari on straight-line speed in Montreal – but says his MP4-23 will have an advantage over the kerbs, and that could be enough to win the race.

5 Jun 2008: F1: when to catch the Canadian Grand Prix in the UK

Wondering what time to get yourself in front of the telly or radio for the latest round in the F1 championship? Here are the broadcast times for the stations covering the Canadian Grand Prix in the UK.

4 Jun 2008: F1: Canadian Grand Prix preview

Formula One is heading off to Canada and there’s only one game in town – can Lewis Hamilton maintain his newly-minted lead in the drivers’ championship? The 23-year-old Briton is just three points ahead of arch-rival and reigning champion Kimi Raikkonen following his spectacular victory on the rain-soaked streets of Monaco. And the Finn’s Ferrari team-mate Felipe Massa is just one behind him.

 
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