Archive for the ‘F1’ Category

30 Oct 2008: F1: Brazilian Grand Prix weather prospects

Roll up for the spectacle of the Brazilian with arguably the most realistic shot at the world championship since Ayrton Senna trying to secure victory at his home race despite a seven-point disadvantage.

30 Oct 2008: F1: Moss questions Donington’s British GP readiness

Sir Stirling Moss has said that he believes the Donington Park race circuit cannot be ready in time to stage the British Grand Prix in 2010, and that the event should remain at Silverstone. And more details of the planning application have emerged.

28 Oct 2008: DTM: Di Resta misses title – but what does his future hold?

Paul di Resta has come to the end of his DTM title hunt after a battering in the last race of the season which saw Audi triumph against his Mercedes team. But could the 22-year-old Scotsman’s future lie in F1?

28 Oct 2008: Monte Carlo, Singapore City, Shanghai… and now Stevenage

Ye gods, it must have been a culture shock for Ed Gorman. Stevenage is not exactly the sort of place that the F1 press corps can be used to visiting.

28 Oct 2008: Schumacher: Hamilton can beat my title record

Lewis Hamilton has had an endorsement from an unlikely quarter ahead of this weekend’s championship-deciding season finale in Brazil. Michael Schumacher thinks the young Briton has what it takes to beat his record of seven world titles.

28 Oct 2008: How Lewis Hamilton goes to work on a bowl of porridge

Here are a few things you might not have known about Lewis Hamilton’s race preparation. For instance, his favourite pre-race breakfast is a bowl of porridge. And he drinks as much as seven litres of fluids on a hot day to combat dehydration. Read on for more fascinating facts…

21 Oct 2008: F1: Webber backs Hamilton for title

Mark Webber has backed Lewis Hamilton for this year’s F1 drivers’ championship, saying that the British driver probably deserves it the most.

19 Oct 2008: F1: Hamilton on the brink of glory after China win

Lewis Hamilton outclassed his rivals in the Chinese Grand Prix to win a race that was short of action but full of significance for both the drivers’ and constructors’ championships.

19 Oct 2008: F1: Chinese Grand Prix in six words

A race in which a dozen things could have gone wrong – and which turned out to be thankfully processional. Get Brits on Pole’s 60-second rundown on what you need to know about the Chinese Grand Prix.

19 Oct 2008: F1: Chinese Grand Prix live blog

By the time the Chinese Grand Prix is over, Lewis Hamilton could be the Formula One world champion – or he could have taken a giant step towards throwing the title away for the second year in a row.

 
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