Posts Tagged ‘Formula One’
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.
5 Jun 2008: F1: Silverstone sold out – but all is not lost
It’s being widely reported this morning that the British Grand Prix is sold out. But all is not lost if you want to see the race. Why not see what tickets other fans have available?
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: DC says he can turn season around
David Coulthard is convinced that he can regain control of his chaotic 15th season in Formula One and get some points on the board for his team Red Bull.
Earlier this year, when the Mosley scandal first broke, we used the blog search and comparison tool Icerocket to try and get a sense of what people online felt was important. We thought that, following the FIA’s vote of confidence in Mosley, it would be instructive to take another look and see how things are playing now.
4 Jun 2008: F1: Martin Brundle answers viewers’ questions
Over at ITV F1.com it’s Martin Brundle’s turn to answer viewers’ questions. And this week brings a particularly interesting batch as the veteran F1 racer has just taken to the track for the first time in seven years to compete against his son in the open-wheel Formula Palmer Audi series.
4 Jun 2008: F1: more on Formula One betting
If you enjoyed our recent post on the odds available on various drivers and teams in the F1 world championship then here are a few more links on the subject.
4 Jun 2008: F1: Coulthard lukewarm on tintop driving
David Coulthard is not a great fan of driving stock cars or touring cars, as he revealed in a press conference that formed part of his visit to watch the Red Bull NASCAR team at the Dover International Speedway.