Posts Tagged ‘Lewis Hamilton’

25 Aug 2007: F1: McLaren rebuilding on and off the track

Free practice for the Turkish Grand Prix saw Lewis Hamilton set the fastest time and McLaren’s feuding drivers tell the world how they’d buried the hatchet.

23 Aug 2007: F1: McLaren drivers kept on short leash in Istanbul

No-one can accuse McLaren of making the same mistake twice. With the pre-race publicity well underway in Turkey their drivers are almost invisible, their appearances strictly rationed and the opportunities for the press to question them extremely limited.

18 Aug 2007: F1: Nothing to see here but racing, say McLaren and Hamilton

Somewhere inside the maelstrom of controversy that is the McLaren F1 organisation, a racing team is struggling to get out.

14 Aug 2007: Coulthard: F1 a sport? Don’t make me laugh.

The mistake F1 fans make, says veteran driver David Coulthard, is to kid themselves they’re watching a sport. If they’d only remember it’s 90 per cent business then everything would make a lot more sense.

8 Aug 2007: Everything and everyone is rubbish, says Mansell

Former F1 and CART champion Nigel Mansell, who earlier this week criticised McLaren for its handling of the Hamilton / Alonso row, has now launched a salvo against Jenson Button.

6 Aug 2007: F1: Ron Dennis – a new career beckons?

It’s been a truly torrid few days for the hard man of F1. Surely he must wake up some mornings and ask himself: is all this worthwhile?

6 Aug 2007: F1: Why B-teams are bad news for the Brits

We find ourselves, here at Brits On Pole, wondering whether the trend for manufacturers to stake out great chunks of F1 real estate by running a second team is really paying off – for either them or for their drivers.

5 Aug 2007: F1: Hungarian GP round-up

A quick round-up of what the British drivers and their teams thought of the Hungarian Grand Prix.

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