Posts Tagged ‘Formula One’
29 May 2008: F1: driving back to the future with Graham Hill
Night owls who are also motorsport fans have been treated to an affectionate hour-long portrait of a British racing legend this week. Graham Hill: Driven was broadcast on BBC4 on Tuesday night, but you can still catch it for a few more days at http://www.bbc.co.uk/iplayer. Coming as it does straight after the 2008 Monaco Grand Prix, a race which Hill made his own, itâ€™s very difficult not to draw comparisons between the sport then and now.
28 May 2008: F1: the innocence of James Allen
Ha! We were worried that the BBC had trashed its sporting quote of the week column as we couldn’t find it on the site.
Six races into the season. Felipe Massa, Kimi Raikkonen and Lewis Hamilton have won two races apiece. Robert Kubica has yet to score his maiden win but says he’s fighting for the title. Which of them are the markets backing to become world champion?
23 May 2008: F1: Do you recognise this man?
We are posting this merely so that our loyal readership can reassure itself that it is on top of the latest salient points of the Mosley saga and then get back to wondering about the far more interesting possibilities of rain and spectacular upsets in the race.
23 May 2008: F1: Monaco GP is Sir Frank Williams’ 600th
Sir Frank Williams, who has spent more than 40 years as a racing team owner, will be attending his 600th grand prix this weekend.
22 May 2008: F1: when to catch the Monaco 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 Monagasque Grand Prix in the UK. (Ha! we’ve been looking for an excuse to use that word all day.)