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August 25, 2013 10:23 AM
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F1 » Di Resta insists fifth "great" despite losing out on maiden pole

Paul was really unlucky we all thought he had pole in the bag but who would of guessed that we would see a dry and wet track in the space of a few minute leaving the way for one of the best qualifying sessions i have ever seen with Vettel and Lewis doing battle in conditions that required driving skills of the highest standard .


August 24, 2013 2:23 PM

F1 » Belgian Grand Prix, Spa-Francorchamps - Qualifying times

poor qualifying for Ferrari again. If they want the championship they need to improve their Saturday performance. ....................................................................................... Bit unfair that most of the teams got caught out by the drying track when the rain stopped. All the pundits were saying that PDR had the best chance as he set his time just before the rain got heavy . As for Lewis four poles in a row in a car that is about the third fastest, WOW. Red Bull still looks the best package but it was nice to hear Vettel saying that Hamilton caught him on that last lap thus him getting pole.


August 22, 2013 11:29 AM

F1 » Hamilton seeks to maintain form

@ Ptolemy i have to agree with you on this one. When ever Lewis is subdued for what ever reason he seems to drive better and soon as he has a little run of success he does start talking and does become a little cocky. As for the media and maybe his fans being a little excited its because deep down it is known with the right car and a decent team he would be more of a force and Mercedes seems to be heading in the right directions with no silly mistakes like at his previous team and with a car that if gets its tyre situation right would be on a par with Red Bull regards pace.


August 21, 2013 6:05 PM

F1 » Neale: McLaren faces 'real challenge' to win a race in 2013

Oh dear, i just cant imagine Mclaren not wining a single race in a season. This has not happened since 2006, but since Alonso arrived in 2007 Mclaren has had at least 2 wins/season since then until now. Lets hope that super smooth Jenson wont have a stat of not winning single race for Mclaren in a single season. Come on JB show us what you are made of.

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