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Matt Auger

October 09, 2009 4:59 PM

BTCC » BTCC reveals 2010 race dates


AndyHew01: Having seen the Anglesey circuit (not with a race on it), the paddock is no way near big enough to cater for 20+ BTCC teams just tyre lorries as well as the hundreds of support race lorries and their tyre suppliers. And access is pretty awful as well - the track and layout would be good for a BTCC race though.

Matt Auger

October 02, 2009 12:56 AM

F1 » Raikkonen: Not just one reason for departure


This move for Kimi could be the making of him - won the title in 07 when Massa wasn't the force he is now (a future Champion) - now as Massa is clear number 1 at Ferrari, Kimi has become demotivated. Kimi vs Lewis - what else would a driver need to remain motivated with f1 than McLarens own son, and with a team that suits him down to the ground, who he loves i reckon? Alonso & Massa vs Kimi and Lewis vs JB and Rosberg? 2010 is gonna be truely mega :D

Matt Auger

September 02, 2009 1:57 PM

BTCC » Jackson 'hunting' Neal after storming Silverstone


IF Mat manages to secure 4th overall, it'll be a mega achievement. Missed round 1, had to withdraw from Croft due to illness, double DNF at Oulton Park and Snetterton. This guy is a genius in a BTCC Car - 7 podiums out of the last 9 available, 5 independant wins out of the last 9, 6 podiums on the trot, 3 wins out of the last 4... Title winning form. Come on Mat :D

Matt Auger

August 05, 2009 11:41 AM

F1 » Canada set for 2010 schedule, USGP in 2011?


Please lets have Canada back - get rid of all those lifeless, soulless money bag tracks, China, Turkey, Singapore... I didnt say Bahrain as i actually like the track... No Indinapolis? Good - Road America, Sebring and Laguca Seca would host better GP's, so would Millers Motorsport Park. Who'd want a South Korean GP? India, who could afford it? Does Bernie not take this into consideration when choosing venues? Go where the car manufacturers have an interest, their big markets - aka America, Europe, certain parts of Asia. Spa to share with Nuremburgring? Lay off the strong cheese Bernie!! Get real!

Matt Auger

July 24, 2009 1:53 PM
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F1 » Rivals: Alguersuari 'too young'; F1 'not a learning school'


He might be young, inexperienced - but he's gotta be good... YOUNGEST ever Brit F3 Champion suggests something, and able to cope with pressure. And having heard some of his feedback via the live practice, he's got the ability to give the feedback to help get the car how he wants it. Give him a chance - what better way to learn that to race the car? Testing teaches nothing.


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