Monthly Archives: April 2007

SofaF1 Championship – Round 3

Things seem to be going from bad to worse in the points scoring stakes here at SofaF1. This is the lowest scoring round to date with a total of 7 points being scored from a potential 80! Nick and Fourstar … Continue reading

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He was robbed…

The race was great, with lots of overtaking, but at the end of it a very interesting thing happened. They went, in vision, to James and Martin for the announcement of driver of the day and James said, “I need … Continue reading

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Bahrain Pole Poll

Famine, feast and back to famine again we better enjoy this double hitter while we can before the sport takes a whopping month off! This weekend has three big factors which may sway your decision. First is that it’s only … Continue reading

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An uncomfortable feeling

So I’ve been watching formula one for a long time now. And one of the strange things about formula one is that in that time I’ve mainly felt pretty much impartial of the result. I always want the more interesting … Continue reading

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The Kubica Conundrum

Sofaf1 has been strangely quiet this week. I’m not sure why – personally my browser has been having problems with Stew’s posts, though I know Firefox can handle them. Anyway, what’s the problem with Kubica? My question is twofold. Firstly, … Continue reading

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SofaF1 Championship – Round Two

Well …… somehow I netted zero from that race, Fourstar and Alex did marginally better scooping 1 and 2 points respectively but Nick’s inspired selections puts him firmly in the lead after round 2. Massa on pole, Alonso to win … Continue reading

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What’s in a name?

Today in press conferences the heat has clearly got to Flav and Jean Todt. Flav referred to Fisi as Alonso and Jean Todt referred to Kimi as Michael. Clearly it hasn’t been the easiest thing to adjust to. You can … Continue reading

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