Monthly Archives: September 2008

Are you experienced?

People have been talking about the difference between Vettel and Bourdais. I have to say that I’ve been vastly more impressed by Vettel’s performance this year. But several commentators have suggested that this is only because Vettel has more experience … Continue reading

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A Fair Advantage

Hamilton misses the chicane and passes Raikkonen. He slows down to let him back through, then overtakes him into the next corner. Due to his shortcut he didn’t have to slow down as much as Raikkonen, and therefore gained an … Continue reading

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Belgian Pole Poll

So as we thunder through the Ardennes Forest this weekend we will probably be be remembering that Kimi has won here for the last three races held (this is phrased weirdly simply because of that 1 year gap we had). … Continue reading

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Pole on Ferrari

Kubica has recently said what a great job Massa is doing and how he thinks he should win the championship: Kubica tips Massa to win title this year. Of course, we don’t know how or when he said this, or … Continue reading

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Back to the Batcave, Trulli

This is one of the photos from my trip to Silverstone Friday practice a few months ago. I keep forgetting to post them. As I think I’ve already said, Trulli crashed his Toyota right in front of us. They then … Continue reading

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Rules à la carte

As you may know, Rules is London’s oldest surviving restaurant. Rules, however, are also crucial to the structure of Formula 1. Unlike many other sports, the rules are constantly changing, sometimes significantly (for example the recent engine modifications, or next … Continue reading

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