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Given the unanimous fears shown, it was unsurprising to see drivers move to underline the seriousness of their concerns – with the Grand Prix Drivers’ Association, issuing a statement threatening to boycott should this weekend should there be a [...]
It’s a fickle game being a Formula One driver. One weekend you are heralded as a world beater, only for [...]Continue Reading →
Kerbing, track design, low pressures or a concoction of a host of factors? Regardless of the grounds, the concerning events which played out in front of an audience of millions tore off the sticky plaster masking F1’s long running failure to reach a definitive [...]Continue Reading →
The fact that the streets of Monaco are about to reverberate with the sound of Formula One means only one thing: the European season is now in full swing and the countdown to the British Grand Prix Grand Prix has only got quicker.
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In the final part of our survey, our selection of Grand Prix bloggers and enthusiasts predict what will happen in the midfield as well as ponder on some of the wide-ranging issues off-track.
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The start of the 2013 Formula One World Championship is drawing nearer; the final test in Barcelona has come and gone and now teams are preparing to race after the long journey to Melbourne, Australia.
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With Lewis Hamilton departing for pastures new and Michael Schumacher heading off into the sunset, a whole batch [...]Continue Reading →