Author Archives: Alex Andronov

About Alex Andronov

Alex Andronov is a writer who lives in the UK. He is currently working on 7 novels, 5 film scripts, 2 plays, 2 TV series, 1 history of the United States, 1 travelogue and trying to find some focus.

Belgian Pole Poll

It’s Spa and guess what? It’s raining! Those Belgians really know how to put on a race. Hope you had a great break but now it’s time to get back to the business of F1. In our championship we have … Continue reading

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Hungarian Pole Poll

Hey everyone. It’s the Hungarian Grand Prix. This is often a time where we get a maiden winner. At the beginning of the season most of you picked one and if we get one this weekend then it will keep … Continue reading

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German Pole Poll

Sorry for the lateness of the post. Looks like it’s been a bit wet and wild out there in Germany during the practice sessions but the current predictions suggest that it will be dry for the two sessions that count. … Continue reading

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British Pole Poll

Hey everyone… Hope you are enjoying the sunshine if you are in the UK or in another place that has sunshine and you like sunshine. If you don’t have sunshine but you enjoy that hope you are enjoying that. Otherwise … Continue reading

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European Pole Poll

After the excitement-fest that was Canada we now turn to the snoozfest that is Valencia. Will it be exciting? It could be, you never know… honest… well maybe not. But you know what will be exciting? Seeing if you can … Continue reading

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Canadian Pole Poll

Well from France I am on holiday again hope you don’t mind (Sorry Fourstar) Here’s the link.. do your worst (or best)… http://aaserver.co.uk/widgets/poll.cgi?race=8

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Turkey Pole Poll

Sorry for the hopeless score updates and everything, I have been very busy and away and volcanoed and things. But that’s not important now, now we need to concentrate on the happenings at the Turkish Grand Prix. Will Schumacher be … Continue reading

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