Monthly Archives: July 2006

Kudos to Jenson

After all the Jenson-bashing (or criticism of the unnecessary media attention on him) we do on the sofa, I thought it should only be fair that we praise him for his performance yesterday. He out-qualified and out-raced is teammate, perhaps … Continue reading

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Did you see what Michael did?

What was Alonso talking about? Michael pulling out of the pit-lane right in front of him? Surely, though, Michael had no option: the lollipop man told him to go, so he went. Michael really couldn’t see what was going on … Continue reading

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Driver culling

In August’s issue of F1 Racing magazine Peter Windsor suggests culling drivers if they’ve raced more than 100 GPs without producing any significant results – exceptions to be made for those who have been in very slow cars the whole … Continue reading

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Rosberg taking full responsibility?

He took full responsibility for a crash that Martin says he could have easily blamed on somebody else. Is he taking too much from Mark Webber?

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Qualified success?

Steve said, “and now describing the qualifying” not “commentating“. A small but interesting difference. Also I’m upset that Martin didn’t say the joke I was willing him to do at the end of his commentary (maybe he’ll do it tomorrow), … Continue reading

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Kudos to James

Really loads of excitement in the Qualifying. A great improvement. It was genuinely exciting as a qualifying session, so you’d have to say it was easy. But James, has been less than exciting in exciting sessions before. But today he … Continue reading

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A near miss…

James made a comparison during commentary for qualifying that was totally inappropriate. He related how Schumacher had had a 17 point deficit to Hakkinen at the half-way point of 1998 chamiponship, but by the last races had reduced it to … Continue reading

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