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April 14, 2012 1:14 AM

F1 » Hamilton ready for challenge

Sepang though was a freak result and from what I saw in practice, China could be wet too. Two races are too early to tell, but Lewis is at least going well and two 3rds could show some consistancy. I am looking forward to watching on the Beeb this time as Ben Edwards has been one of my favourite commentators since the Champcar days.


January 09, 2012 2:32 AM

F1 » Vote for your Racer of the Year 2011!

@Taipan Yep Nuvolari was one of Murray Walkers all time greats too. I think it was him who used to stand up in the car and taunt the other competitors as he passed them and a riding mechanic once told that Nuvo said he would scream when he took a corner too fast. He huddled in his seat to protect himself as Nuvo started screaming at the first corner and didn't stop till the last one. They don't make em like Tazio anymore.


December 13, 2011 1:46 PM
Last Edited 857 days ago

F1 » Vote for your F1 Driver of the Year!

I agree that Seb, Jenson and Ferdi are the stand out top 3 I would also put Mark and Michael joint 4th. Mark for getting his head down in the face of adversity unlike Lewis despite his 3 wins was very poor overall, and Mike for me was the most improved driver of the season although I'm still not a fan of his. He seemed to be dialled into the Merc much better this seaseon and was much closer to Nico. If Seb wasn't there people would have said this was a really great season instead of boring but Newey has always designed great cars to which Mansell, Prost, Villenueve, Hakkinen and now Seb can attest.


October 28, 2011 4:10 AM

F1 » BBC boss to face MPs over F1 television deal

I agree completly with everything said, this is a fudge that'll not change anything @thetruth, you'll find that the Beeb is legaly obligated to show X amount of hours for each type of programme. So a programme like Songs of Praise would never face the axe, and since ITV is cutting back on its public service broadcasting, more of that falls to the BBC and to a lesser extent Channel 4 (it is 51% state owned). But your right, this decision smells like a week dead cat.


October 18, 2011 9:47 PM
Last Edited 913 days ago

NASCAR » Johnson calls for end to ovals in IndyCar

Sorry Ian, but that is not the only solution either. This sensless tragedy should not have happened. If F1 did a circuit like that it would have been limited to 18 cars tops. Most US tracks and cars would not be allowed to race on a FIA category. F1 cars go through extremely stringent crash tests and speeds are and engine r.p.m. restricted, the IRL cars would be condemmed as death traps. Sorry but that many cars at that poor safety standard including the track garenteed this disaster. Maybe it's time for the US series to sign up to the FIA international standard before more tragedies happen.

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