Monthly Archives: April 2007

The 7.15 to Lewis

A town in Sussex has renamed itself Lewis in Lewis Hamilton’s honor because of his unique contribution to Formula 1. And they say the hype’s gone too far? I say not far enough. I think we should rename Britain. Okay … Continue reading

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A Line Drive

Except for MotoGP, the only other sport besides F1 that I watch with any modicum of regularity is Baseball (that of the ‘cap’ fame). It occurred to me that our two sports are similar in many respects. The amount of … Continue reading

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Hamilton to drive for Jordan

Well, not really, but it’s interesting what Eddie Jordan says about Ron Dennis being over-protective of Hamilton. This is exactly what I thought when I saw Dennis huddling round Hamilton on the Melbourne grid, and Martin being forced to keep … Continue reading

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Three times a driver

So, after three races we have three drivers tied on 22 points, one of them being the rookie Lewis Hamilton, who is 22 years old. Only he and Raikkonen have been on every podium – and no team other than … Continue reading

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This is how adverts used to be made

Pole Position Commercial! (Atari)via AutoBlog via F1Fanatic

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Testing Times

Famously a week is a long time in politics. For F1 four weeks feels like a lifetime. And because the teams will have all of this free time they will be spending it relentlessly improving the car. Will it make … Continue reading

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So Not F1?

So I gather there is a bit of a gap until the next race? As a small diversion to fill the time, I saw this near our house the other day. Who wants to tell Bernie (I presume he owns … Continue reading

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