Timo Glock – Trials of a GP2 Champ

The Monaco Grand Prix was never going to be an easy race for Timo Glock. His past performances around the principality have not been his strongest, either in GP2 or as a Jordan test driver, and he was always going to struggle against his teammate who happens to be a...

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The craziest race of all time

The Monaco Grand Prix is Formula One’s most popular race and it doesn’t take long to understand why. The wealthy streets of Monte Carlo are the perfect backdrop for the worlds richest sport, and the race will be the most challenging and unpredictable of the season. It is without doubt...

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Super Aguri, Arrows, and Lola

There is a popular saying in motorsport that reads “the quickest way to become a millionaire in Formula One is to start off as a billionaire.” Aguri Suzuki would undoubtedly agree as his team are the latest to succumb to the extraordinary costs of Grand Prix racing. Super Aguri withdrew...

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What chance a Sydney Grand Prix?

The Australian Grand Prix’s future has been in doubt for the best part of the last six months. The existing contract with Melbourne organisers runs out in 2010 and there has been every indication that it will not be renewed. Formula One Management are keen for a night race and...

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Surviving an F1 accident

Heikki Kovalainen’s massive crash during the Spanish Grand Prix was a powerful reminder of the danger that exists within Formula One. The fact that Heikki was able to survive the impact largely unscathed is also a testament to the many safety improvements that have been made to Formula One cars...

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Nelson Piquet’s early hurdles

There is only one team in Formula One that started this season with the intention of running a subservient number-two driver. Ferrari, McLaren, and BMW may be letting their pilots fight each other for victory, but Renault are not adopting such an approach and their 2008 campaign is centred entirely...

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Lewis Hamiltons biggest test

Lewis Hamilton’s 2008 World Championship campaign took an early hit in Bahrain both metaphorically and physically. The young British driver slid down the points table from first to third after a very eventful weekend. He has not had a comfortable start to the year and there are few reasons to...

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The Future at Ferrari

Felipe Massa has endured a torrid start to the 2008 Formula One season and already speculation is mounting that his future at Ferrari will be short lived. There are rumours linking him to a swap with Sebastien Vettel as early as next year, and whilst these suggestions are best ignored,...

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The fight to claim BMWs first win

In 2005 BMW made a big decision to abandon their partnership with Williams and purchase the Sauber Formula One Team. Dr Mario Theissen convinced the board of directors to invest the extra millions into their racing programme by selling them his plan to make BMW Formula One World Champions. His...

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