Monthly Archives: March 2007

It’s the little things that you notice…

…Like the preverbial “Royal with Cheese” it is the little things that can make it difficult to adapt to a new team. And as Alonso proves here it may still have not happened for him: Advertisements

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Getting a steer

The result of last weeks poles were very accurate, but I must say slightly skewed by the one person who voted after the race had actually occured! At least that’s one way to increase the accuracy! So this weeks question: … Continue reading

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An Ordered Team

Subsequent to my race-time blitherings, in his review of the race James Allen gives a reason for the priority given to Alonso during the pit stops. Apparently, McLaren always let the fastest qualifying driver choose a strategy which the slower … Continue reading

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Any questions…

There were so many questions going into Australia and almost all of them have now been answered after what was a thrilling race. Although nobody looked like touching Kimi all day (and rather worryingly I think he had his engine … Continue reading

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How Odd…

Christijan Albers has switched numbers with his team mate. I’m very surprised that this was allowed because there are strict rules to how all of the numbers are assigned. But apparently he doesn’t like to drive with an even number! … Continue reading

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Australia Pole Poll

Australia – It’s the excitement of staying up all night. It’s the fun of having some friends round for a party that goes through ’til morning. It’s waiting for the first time Jim says, “Hello”, all season – I hope … Continue reading

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You Don’t Have To Turn On The Red Light

I’m quite uncertain about the possibility of the cars being fitted with brake lights. Surely it goes against the whole principle of the sport? What I’m guessing, however, is that it isn’t for normal use. During a race a driver … Continue reading

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