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29 Oct 2018

F1 Armchair Expert -

In life two things matter- hard work and hard work.

Right?

Wrong!

That's crap.  Ever thought about the other thing that matters?

You could be an Ali in the ring, in a swansong appearance and a sudden ligament tear could pull you down.

Luck, as they say, can be a bitch....

22 Oct 2018

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The 2018 F1 season continued and found itself in the heartland of America, the lone star state of Texas and the capital city of Austin, home to the Circuit of the Americas or as it is affectionately known as COTA. 

The F1 calendar has featured COTA on it's array of race...

16 Oct 2018

F1 Armchair Expert -

Like sand through the hour glass, the pages of the F1 calendar continue to be flicked over. We’ve seen the Singapore Grand Prix come and go. It is a race where the spectators sitting in the grandstands sweat as much as the drivers do due to the humidity. It was in all...

8 Oct 2018

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So, first of all I have to apologise for my absence over the last month or two. Funny story. I left my radio on the Renault pit wall after a game of poker with Cyril Irritable (or whatever his name is). Cyril must have thought I was leaving him an PU update and tried t...

6 Oct 2018

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What hope is there for current young, up and coming drivers with the F1 fraternity?

The allocated seats within F1 are always limited by the number of teams, frontline drivers and the reserve or testing seats. From season to season, drivers either retire or aren’t retain...

1 Oct 2018

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There was no red letter day for Ferrari at Sochi but it was all pretty and silver from the perspective of the Mercedes team.

It could be said, the taste of the vodka may not carry happy bubbles necessarily for two men on the grid. For starters, Sebastian Vettel may be r...

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