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All Aboard the Merry-go-Round

The driver market is currently providing more entertainment than the racing. It has long been rumoured that Felipe Massa, dropped by Ferrari in favour of the returning Kimi Raikkonen, was on his way to Williams. The team announced the deal … Continue reading

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A Talent Too Good to Waste

It’s been a while since I posted on here; no particular reason, although it has to be said the second half of the season has not proven as varied or interesting as the first. No disrespect to the sheer excellence … Continue reading

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Who Goes Where with Webber off to Porsche?

With practice well under way at the Nurburgring, and no sign yet of exploding tyres or drivers throwing in the towel, I’ve opted to reflect on another news item that I missed during the recent absence: Mark Webber’s retirement from … Continue reading

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The Lotus Position

Romain Grosjean and the Lotus E21 set the fastest time of the Jerez test so far on the second day, a lap of 1:18.218 on the softer of the Pirelli tyres. The Frenchman declared the car to be an ‘all-round … Continue reading

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McLaren on the Button

The first day of practice ended with Jenson Button returning to the track after a fuel pump failure in the McLaren MP4-28 and topping the times almost a second quicker than Mark Webber’s Red Bull RB9. It is not a … Continue reading

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Massa Gets Another Year

As expected, Ferrari has confirmed that Felipe Massa will continue alongside Fernando Alonso at the team for 2013. Note that it is a single year deal. His performances of late have certainly improved, yet the first half of the season … Continue reading

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Has Kobayashi Saved his Seat?

The Japanese Grand Prix was far from the most exciting race of the season, although there were some moments worth watching. Romain Grosjean – the ‘first-lap nutcase’ according to Mark Webber – again made the headlines for the wrong reasons, … Continue reading

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