So the Olympic Games in London has finished with much applause; hailed as a great success, especially for the host nation in terms of the results its athletes achieved in the various sports, and in paving the way for a legacy to ensure the [...]Continue Reading →
So after all the ‘what ifs’ and ‘maybes’ the inconceivable trend finally came to an end last Sunday with Fernando Alonso taking his second victory [...]Continue Reading →
The 2012 Formula One season continues to be as unpredictable as ever, throwing up debate on all sorts of issues which keep me captivated to the television and the [...]Continue Reading →
Each week I get sit amongst some of Formula One’s most committed fans and pose questions about the sport which we all love. Nevertheless, whilst I always enjoy conducting proceedings [...]Continue Reading →
This time last week I took part in a live podcast previewing the 2012 Formula One World Championship.
While much has changed in the space of only seven days there’s still plenty of insightful conversation and debate.
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I must confess: all this talk about the future of the Australian Grand Prix has got me reflecting on my younger days – a time which seems to be growing further and further away.
Of course the future of the race is a serious issue – and one which must be explored outside this column [...]Continue Reading →
In the first few months of this site’s existence I wrote an article which claimed that Kimi Raikkonen would never make a return to Formula One.
How wrong was I?
Yesterday’s news that the Finn had signed a two-year deal to join Lotus Renault was still surprising, even with the constant links to a return [...]Continue Reading →
All of us at GPFocus would like to express our deepest sympathies to all associated with British driver Dan Wheldon.
The 33-year-old was involved in a fifteen car pile-up in the opening stages of the Indy Car season finale at the Las Vegas Motor Speedway.
Immediately airlifted to hospital, it would take some two hours [...]Continue Reading →