Posts Tagged ‘Lewis Hamilton’

25 Apr 2008: F1: Brundle’s views on the season so far

There’s an interesting analysis by Martin Brundle on the ITV F1 website, covering what he thinks of the season so far – and what he thinks might be the hot prospects for the next few races.

25 Apr 2008: F1: Hamilton returns to Barcelona circuit as anti-racism campaign is launched

It’s the Spanish Grand Prix weekend – and the launch of the FIA’s much-anticipated anti-racism campaign announced after British driver Lewis Hamilton suffered racist abuse from fans at the circuit during testing in February.

6 Apr 2008: F1: Bahrain Grand Prix live blog

Wind is already scouring the Sakhir circuit in preparation for the third race in the 2008 Formula One World Championship. We can’t quite promise to report on the progress of every last grain of sand – but we’ll be here for the next two and a half hours, live blogging the race.

5 Apr 2008: F1: surprise Bahrain pole for Robert Kubica

Ladies and gentlemen! Roll up, roll up for a series of splendid jokes about the Pole on pole! No, but seriously, it’s official: BMW Sauber’s Robert Kubica has put his car at the front of the grid for the Bahrain GP.

1 Apr 2008: F1: Bahrain Grand Prix preview

Lewis Hamilton is evidently looking forward to returning to Bahrain for the third race in the 2008 world championship – he describes it as “a really cool circuit” and says his 2004 F3 race there was one of the most emotional he has been involved in.

1 Apr 2008: F1: Hamilton’s dodgy maths

For everyone who’s sick of Lewis Hamilton being portrayed as the golden boy of motorsport – and there are a few of them out there – fear not. We bring you the brickbats as well as the bouquets here at Brits on Pole.

1 Apr 2008: F1: what’s it like to go wheel to wheel with Lewis Hamilton?

One last little bit of Sepang business to attend to before we turn our attention to Bahrain. Have you ever wondered what it must be like to get into a wheel-to-wheel battle with a driver of Lewis Hamilton’s calibre? Well, Red Bull’s Mark Webber has described exactly that in his latest column for the BBC Sport website.

23 Mar 2008: F1: Raikkonen eats into Hamilton’s lead

Two races into the F1 season – and already the hottest topic is which of F1’s leading championship contenders is keeping his nose ahead in the points battle. And, after the Malaysian Grand Prix, the momentum undoubtedly lies with Kimi Raikkonen.

18 Mar 2008: F1: Stewart predicts major crash is due

Former F1 world champion Sir Jackie Stewart has made an uncompromising call for young, successful drivers like Lewis Hamilton and Kimi Raikkonen to help maintain the sport’s impressive safety record. He says the gap of nearly 14 years since a driver was killed has led to complacency – and that, when a serious accident inevitably happens, the current crop of youngsters will be unable to deal with the consequences.

18 Mar 2008: F1: Australian GP team and driver quotes

A cool-headed Lewis Hamilton has triumphed in an Australian Grand Prix which saw mechanical failure, driver error, racing incidents and a bitter battle of attrition in the 50-degree heat purge the field of all but six finishers.

 
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