Video: Top 50 F1 Passes – Part III

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FIA President Max Mosley famously said a few years ago that we should think of Formula One as a strategic event – “like a game of chess”, was his analogy. Poppycock. Drivel. Gobbledegook. Balderdash. We watch Formula One to see racing – to watch two drivers wringing every millisecond of performance from their machines, dicing … Continue reading Video: Top 50 F1 Passes – Part III

Sato and Davidson – back together again

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Takuma Sato and Anthony Davidson will partner one another at Super Aguri in 2007 – six years after they teamed up at Carlin Motorsport in the British Formula Three championship. Sato won the title ahead of Davidson that year by a comfortable margin. But Davidson suffered some misfortunes – not least of which being involved … Continue reading Sato and Davidson – back together again

F1 2006 Review: Jacques Villeneuve gallery

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Take a look back at the career of 1997 champion Jacques Villeneuve, who retired this year. Villeneuve had already retired from the sport once before, in 2003, when he left BAR before the end of the season. He returned for Renault and then drove for Sauber and BMW before leaving after the German Grand Prix … Continue reading F1 2006 Review: Jacques Villeneuve gallery

2006 Brazilian Grand Prix preview

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The final race of 2006 will see a great number of ‘lasts’: Fernando Alonso’s last race for Renault before going to McLaren, Kimi Raikkonen’s last for McLaren before going to Ferrari. And Michael Schumacher’s last for Ferrari before going to?????? normal life. All three will be ultra-motivated, wired to the eyeballs, wanting to go out … Continue reading 2006 Brazilian Grand Prix preview