Tag: Mark Blundell
Mark Blundell: “If I’m not in it, I can’t win it”
It’s a sunny spring day in a pretty market town in Hertfordshire’s most northerly corner and, as shoppers bustle through Royston’s winding streets, the hectic, fast-paced world of motor racing could not seem further away.Tagged as: 2MB Sports Management, Gary Paffett, Mark Blundell, Martin Brundle, Mike Conway
Mark Blundell eyes Indy’s $5 million challenge
Mark Blundell has announced that he is to step up his racing career in 2011 – and has also revealed that he has an eye on the $5 million prize being offered by the US IndyCar series.Categorised under: Archive, Champ Car, IndyCar Series, NewsTagged as: Grand Am, LMS, Mark Blundell, Martin Brundle
IndyCar: Calls for rule changes as Conway recovers from crash
IndyCar driver Mike Conway says he is “feeling fine” and can’t wait to get back behind the wheel of a race car as he begins his recovery from his last-lap Indy 500 crash.Categorised under: Archive, IndyCar SeriesTagged as: Dreyer & Reinbold, IndyCar Series, Mark Blundell, Mike Conway, Tomas Scheckter
Brundle steps down from driver management
Martin Brundle’s partnership with fellow F1 veteran Mark Blundell has been dissolved in the face of his new commitments as a BBC commentator and manager to his son Alex.Categorised under: Archive, UncategorizedTagged as: Gary Paffett, Mark Blundell, Martin Brundle, Mike Conway
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.
F1: Hamilton in “territory of champions”
Lewis Hamilton’s been getting a fair bit of stick recently, so it was nice to read this analysis of his Turkish Grand Prix performance from Mark Blundell in The Telegraph.Tagged as: Heikki Kovalainen, Lewis Hamilton, Mark Blundell, McLaren, Turkish Grand Prix
F1: drivers tell what Kovalainen crash must have felt like
For most of us it’s very difficult to imagine what it must have felt like to be in Heikki Kovalainen’s McLaren when it hit the barriers at the Circuit de Catalunya at 150 miles per hour. But one or two of his F1 colleagues have been on hand to explain – and to recall being in similar crashes.