Monthly Archives: May 2006

Monte Carlo Cleromancy

So who’ll be on pole, who’ll make the podium? Monaco is at once impossible to call, because of so many unknowns, but at the same time easy to predict, because of the lack of overtaking. Nonetheless, I think Alonso for … Continue reading

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The ITV F1 Form Card

On the ITV website they have a form card which they publish before each race. It has a little round up of how each driver is doing and then has a list of all of each drivers most recent results … Continue reading

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Tracks in traction

I think one of the most surprising discoveries of the season is fundamental differences between the way that the cars have been designed to drive as revealed by the switch of Rubens to Honda. It really does surprise me that … Continue reading

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The point of consolation

Much has been made this and last year of how many points Coulthard has scored, something like the 4th highest ever. He is also, for now, one of the drivers on the grid with the most wins to his name. … Continue reading

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Monaco in my mind

Monaco is race which holds many attractions for me. It’s supposed to be the most glamorous of the occasions of the calendar but that’s not really the thing that I find attractive about it. The thing about it for me … Continue reading

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Driver Go-Rounds: Max Mosley’s dream of a fair driver system.

Max Mosley has talked again about his ideal version of Formula 1 in an effort to dispel talk that he has too much control over what’s happening in F1. His argument goes something like this: “I’ve wanted to do this … Continue reading

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Aces High?

Why is it that so much of the media refer to Jenson Button as an “F1 ace”? I’m not necessarily referring to TV as I don’t believe I have heard the term used on ITV (even from James) and I … Continue reading

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