Monthly Archives: October 2008

Call me giggles

So as we approach the end of the season I was given the opportunity to be the guest host on a new F1 panel show produced by the wonderful people over at sidepodcast.com. The idea was to produce a lively … Continue reading

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Sofa F1 Championship 2008 – Round 17 China

Well probably one of the less eventful grand prix of 2008 but still a significant result. Hamilton maintains and extends his championship lead, but Massa is still in the fight. Actually in SofaF1 terms this was the most predictable event … Continue reading

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Ron losing it?

I recently discovered GridCrasher‘s somewhat irreverent coverage of motor sport (via The Spoiler, if you happen to be into footie too like what I am) but is this true? Ron Dennis happy for Ferrari to win in Brazil Has Kovalainen … Continue reading

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Chinese Pole Poll

So the Chinese Grand Prix! It’s on at a slightly more sedate time than the Japanese which is handy. And with the championship going down the wire the qualifying and race could be crucial! With all that’s at stake who … Continue reading

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Race Monitoring

As an aside to this weekend’s excitement, this will appeal to the race fan and the geek in all of us: Racetrack Screensavers (the cool stuff starts about a minute in…)

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Twelve and Seventeen

You may have noticed in articles leading up to this weekend’s Chinese grand prix that some writers say Lewis had a 12 point lead last year, and some say he had a 17 point one. Which is it? And why … Continue reading

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Through with Penalties

There were three interesting penalties handed out in Japan. Let’s look at the details: Hamilton is punished for out-braking himself in the first corner and driving Raikkonen (and others, I think) off the track. Raikkonen regains the circuit several places … Continue reading

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