F1 in the blogs 42: FIA under fire

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The F1 blogging world is still reeling from the many twists and turns of the McLaren-Ferrari spying saga.

Read on for more analysis of the scandal plus more on the new Spyker owners, the Fuji Speedway and more.

F1Fanatic’s Post of the Week

Transcript travesties – He’s read the scripts, and he’s not happy. Clive at F1 Insight slates the World Motor Sports Council’s findings.

More F1 in the blogs

The FIA Transcripts part one and part two – Sidepodcast trawl through the FIA hearing transcripts.

Mystery gas – So what was that secret substance Ferrari were using in their tyres? Axis of oversteer has some observations…

Alonso’s ultimatum – Another Alonso fan disillusioned with the Spaniard’s recent behaviour.

Spa-Francorchamps history – Enough politics! Here’s a look at the fantastic Spa-Francorchamps.

Alonso obstructs Lewis Hamilton in Belgium – “On the first bend Alonso clearly drove the British rookie off the track, but struggled to reach third place. Hamilton came in fourth, losing one point to the big bully ahead of him” – Formula 1 Latest are not impressed with Alonso’s tactics.

Spyker deal finalised – Yet another owner for the Team Formerly Known As Jordan MidlandF1 Spyker.

Turning Japan easy – Is the Fuji Speedway challenging enough?

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One comment on “F1 in the blogs 42: FIA under fire”

  1. see following interesting article about “if the McLaren spy verdict was wrong?” http://news.bbc.co.uk/sport1/hi/motorsport/formula_one/7006365.stm

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