Monthly Archives: August 2006

So I missed the end…

…Sadly I was unable to watch the race live this weekend. And at the end of this race for reasons best known to the machine I was watching on, I was unable to see anything after the bit that the … Continue reading

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A critical view?

James, known for saying the wrong thing at the wrong time has – in the middle of an article that basically says that the main reason that Jenson won was because Alonso retired which is odd because Alonso was behind … Continue reading

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Webber and Couthard?

A match made in heaven? Webber has always seemed like an old head on young shoulders. So the combo should be very interesting. I think they will probably get on really well and bring the team forward a long way, … Continue reading

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What about Jaques?

Do we think he’ll have a drive next year? People seem to seem to be suggesting that it will be Mark Webber and David Couthard at Red Bull. In fact Red Bull seems to be the place to be next … Continue reading

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What do we think about Anthony Davison’s performance?

I’m interested to know. I’d really like to see everyone post on this, I’ll do it too. But I’d like all posts to end with a sentence which starts with either, “I think Anthony Davidson is a better commentator than … Continue reading

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The hardest Button to Button*

*The White Stripes – The hardest button to button This race had everything, it even had James Allen refer to a certain Ex-Formula 1 driver as “Juan Pablo Montoya” (eight laps from the end, or lap 62 for all those … Continue reading

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Hungary Pole Poll*

With the driver market hotting up we’re bound to be in for an interesting weekend of Formula 1 politics but what of the race itself? What will that bring? What happened last race with Renault is difficult to know. It … Continue reading

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