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F1 2011 In a Nutshell

On December 29, 2011 By

Apologies for the general lack of activity in articles, in particular race reviews, but when it comes to university, Formula Student and training in sports compared to this, the university life sadly comes out on top, but I promised I would do this review long before my Second Year of my course started. So here [...]

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This race was the first of the season (and for some time) that Vettel has had a lights to flag victory, leading every single lap of the grand prix. It was a race that Vettel COULD have wrapped up the title with 6 races to go, but admittedly some exceptional circumstances would have been required. [...]

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In my new post race analysis format I will be looking at particular moments or events that changed the races for some of the drivers or even the whole race. This should hopefully reduce the length of my reviews and also maybe open up doors to more subtle things.

The Starts

A talking point that [...]

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With the enforced summer break complete and the F1 circus returning to racing again, there was no better location than that of the Spa-Francorchamp race circuit in the Ardennes Mountains to return to. The race was going to be very interesting from various angles. The most obvious was that the whole weekend was heavily affected [...]

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Apologies for this article being later than usual, but I have had commitments elsewhere

The Hungarian Grand Prix marked the anniversary of several things such as 200 Grand Prix starts for Mclaren driver Jenson Button, 5 years since his first ever win in F1 and 100 Grand Prix starts for Nico Rosberg and Toro Rosso. [...]

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