Monthly Archives: September 2007

Turning Japan Easy

At Japan in two weeks we’ll be at the Fuji circuit which none of the current front runners have ever raced at (I may be wrong but I think Barrchello and Coulthard might just have raced there many years ago). … Continue reading

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SofaF1 Championship – Correction

After a full investigation into the Championship total points discrepancy I have unearthed a problem. To clarify where we stand: All the individual race points declared on the reports are correct, therefore the summary that Alex produced is also correct. … Continue reading

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Champion at the bit

So if we were to characterise our SofaF1 Championship you could see a lot of similarities with the real season. You’ve got Nick Heidfeld playing Fourstar, underpowered nobody expected too much but he’s delivered over the course of the season … Continue reading

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SofaF1 Championship – Round 14

Hopefully Alex has had a chance to see the race now, (thats the reason i’m a bit late honest!) so we won’t be spoiling it for him by revealing the results after 14 races, and some interesting developments have occurred. … Continue reading

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McLaren have probably stopped developing their car

I mean why would they carry on? There are no constructors points for them any more, one of their drivers is almost certain to win. So what’s the point? They just need to keep their reliability. So no new bits … Continue reading

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Kicking a McLaren when it’s down

Luca di Montezemolo knows politics, and this comment from him seemed perfectly pitched to piss off Ron Dennis. Ferrari president Luca di Montezemolo dedicated his team’s Belgian Grand Prix triumph on Sunday to an employee at an English photocopy shop. … Continue reading

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"One of the dullest races i’ve ever seen", says Ted

I really enjoyed it. There was actual overtaking today. Most of the season has seen the boys at the front closer so the pit stops were more exciting. Maybe that’s good for Ted from his vantage point. But for me … Continue reading

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