Monthly Archives: July 2007

Two New

Sakon Yamamoto will be replacing Marcus ‘the leader’ Winkelhock for the rest of the season at Spyker and… Scott Speed is out to be replaced by Sebastian ‘super-sub’ Vettel at Torro Rosso. Now we’ll really find out if it’s the … Continue reading

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Was it really Italian?

When Alonso and Massa were having a rant at each other after the European GP, James Allen calmly told us they were speaking in Italian (i think i recall), now my Italian is pretty non existant so i wouldn’t really … Continue reading

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Le Tour de F1

I’ve never particularly noticed le Tour de France before. Obviously this year, starting as it did in London, there’s been a lot more publicity than usual. It also happened that as F1 was engaged in a spy scandal, so cycling … Continue reading

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It’s plain, the rain, makes a race insane

Martin Brundle has often said in the past is that all Bernie would have to do to make the races more interesting would be to install sprinklers at the circuits. It certainly was an exciting race. Although I’m sure Martin … Continue reading

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SofaF1 Championship – Round 10

Well, what a crazy race! I’m sure it had nothing to do with Murray Walker back in the commentary seat, but it does seem fitting that the race he comes back for is a mental one. It was great hear … Continue reading

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WTF?

Welcome to the Nurburgring-a-ring-a-roses-we-all-fall-off-the-track. What an amazing race – for once, I watched most of it (and even on the way to B&Q I was listening to FiveLive guest-commentator Murray getting more and more animated in my car. Not that … Continue reading

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European Pole Poll

So as I recline on the beech drinking my whisky mac I can’t help feeling that there’s a grand prix coming up. The show carries on without me I guess. So what can we expect from this weekend? Ferrari look … Continue reading

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