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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 [...]

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Ewan Marshall gives his views following another lively debate in this week’s GPFocus Podcast.

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 [...]

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Six different winners from as many events; you just couldn’t make it up!

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 [...]

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It’s always a pleasure presenting the GPFocus Podcast.

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 [...]

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Listen and Look ahead

On March 3, 2012 By

This time last week I took part in a live podcast previewing the 2012 Formula One World Championship.

Presented by Antonios Sakalis, I sat alongside Graham Keilloh to cast our eyes over the season.

While much has changed in the space of only seven days there’s still plenty of insightful conversation and debate.


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Golden Slumbers

On March 1, 2012 By

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 [...]

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Hands held high…

On November 30, 2011 By

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 [...]

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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 [...]

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