Chinese Grand Prix News Update 2007

With all the hype leading up to the race, you’d have been forgiven for assuming it was going to be an easy win and therefore a world title for Lewis Hamilton in Shanghai. But as ever in F1, nothing is guaranteed and Hamilton has learnt the lesson today. Leading from...

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Spyker score an unusual Formula One record

The Japanese Grand Prix was a wet and wild affair that put Lewis Hamilton within reach of his first World Championship. Only another crazy race like the one at Fuji will rob him of title glory. There was another big winner this weekend because Spyker emerged from the chaos with...

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Colin McRae – Remembering a motorsport legend

Colin McRae’s death this weekend has left the motorsport world mourning one of its most loved characters. McRae, the 1995 World Rally Champion, was killed when his helicopter crashed on Saturday afternoon. There are not many people in sport who can be considered genuine legends but Colin McRae is one...

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Spa Track Changes for 2007

START LINE The entire section of track around the main straight has been bulldozed and rebuilt, including the surrounding infrastructure such as pit garages and grandstands. In order to accommodate these changes the La Source hairpin and Bus Stop chicanes have been reprofiled which means the main straight has almost...

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David Coulthard talks to EnterF1

EnterF1 was lucky enough to catch up with David Coulthard at his book signing at the Pole Position World of Motorsport event in Regent Street, London less than 24 hours after the Italian Grand Prix in Monza. David’s race had only lasted 2 laps after taking five places off the...

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The wind beneath McLaren’s wings

At the Turkish Grand prix two weeks ago Ferrari had more than a comfortable advantage over their rivals. The scarlet cars were ultimately seven tenths of a second per lap quicker than the McLarens. However, at yesterday’s Italian Grand Prix McLaren had not only clawed back the deficit but had...

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Ferrari’s late surge for the championship

Ferrari took a very comfortable victory at the Turkish Grand Prix this weekend but despite a quinella finish, the Drivers World Championship still appears distant for the Italian team. Massa is the highest placed Ferrari challenger in the title chase and is fifteen points behind Hamilton at the top of...

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Prodrive’s assault on 2008

Formula One will welcome a new team next year as Prodrive join the World Championship from 2008 onwards. Although the company is not widely known outside of motorsport they have an enormous racing profile and proudly boast that “no other business is involved in so many top level international motorsport...

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