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18 Oct 2008: F1: Hamilton and Raikkonen on Shanghai front row

Lewis Hamilton will line up on pole for tomorrow’s Chinese Grand Prix – but he’ll have no room whatsoever to relax.

17 Oct 2008: F1 quotes: Jense nails it

Button is denying that drivers are ganging up in the paddock to steal the Boy Wonder’s pocket money. And, in the process, he takes a wonderful swipe at Fernando Alonso.

17 Oct 2008: F1: So, is Hamilton a menace on the track?

It’s the eve of the Chinese Grand Prix, a race at which this year’s drivers’ championship could be decided, and it’s been greeted with a press backlash against Lewis Hamilton. The subject? Whether or not his driving style is so aggressive as to be dangerous.

17 Oct 2008: F1: Hamilton tops Shanghai practice timesheets

Lewis Hamilton topped the unofficial timesheets in both of today’s practice sessions ahead of the Chinese Grand Prix, keeping title rival Felipe Massa and double race-winner Fernando Alonso behind him.

16 Oct 2008: F1: Blundell calls stewards unfit for purpose

Don’t bottle it up, Mark! You’ve got to learn to tell it like it is. No, but seriously, it’s very refreshing to hear somebody other than Sir Jackie Stewart in the risk-averse, conservative world of F1 actually expressing a worthwhile opinion.

16 Oct 2008: F1: Chinese Grand Prix preview

So, does Hamilton have any chance at all of tying up the title this weekend? Or will some combination of Massa, Raikkonen, poor tyre choices, his own team’s blunders and the race stewards prise it out of his hot little hands?

16 Oct 2008: When to catch the Chinese 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 Chinese Grand Prix in the UK.

16 Oct 2008: F1: Chinese Grand Prix weather prospects

Will the weather in Shanghai turn out to be one of the more predictable things about this weekend’s Chinese Grand Prix?

16 Oct 2008: Opinion: what F1 has in common with pro wrestling

Dodgy penalties and unclear regulations mean that Formula One increasingly resembles the scripted ‘sports entertainment’ of American professional wrestling. Is this really what the future holds?

12 Oct 2008: F1: Japanese Grand Prix in six words

A race that, despite fantastic performances among the middle-order drivers, only served to underline the fact that F1 is a business, not a sport – and the experience of European or North American fans in particular is currently a very long way down its list of priorities. Get a 60-second briefing as to why…

 
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