Monthly Archives: October 2007

Big Dave…

At the pub last night conversation turned to Formula 1. It hasn’t been possible to talk about F1 in a pub for years, but these days things are a little bit different. One of the guys there, Big Dave, said … Continue reading

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The problem with predictions…

…is that they can really come back to bite. I just remembered the other day that we all have extra points coming at the end of the season in terms of double points for whoever is winning the championship, but … Continue reading

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Spanish Practices

It’s been obvious for some time that the British media have been a tad on the biased side towards Lewis Hamilton. It’s no surprise to find that the Spanish Media are similarly biased towards their man. I was surprised to … Continue reading

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SofaF1 Championship – Round 16

“Anything can happen in Formula 1 and it usually does!” I must admit I was beginning to think that the whole championship was over when Hamilton zoomed around to capture pole and then led the field from the start. With … Continue reading

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"The championship was decided off of the track"

Alonso has sour grapes. He said after qualifying that he felt that the championship had been decided off of the track because they hadn’t disqualified Hamilton. The championship was decided off of the track Fernando, it was was decided when … Continue reading

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Risk it for the biscuit

Lewis on Poll! Absolutely awesome lap from him. It all seems to be within his grasp. He’s got a pretty good win record from pole as well (He’s only failed to secure one). But is he flattering to deceive? That … Continue reading

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China Pole Poll

It seems a lot of journalists don’t really understand our sport. This is based solely on the questions to Lewis this week which have basically assumed that he’s won already. They’ve already asked him if they think winning will change … Continue reading

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