The F1 title race, in old money

September 30, 2010

GERMANY/McLaren’s Formula One champions Jenson Button and Lewis Hamilton have both sought solace in the scoring system after recent setbacks.

Remembering Bruce McLaren

June 1, 2010

Ferrari made much of their 800th Formula One grand prix in Turkey last Sunday, throwing a party in Istanbul and racing with the number 800 on their cars’ engine covers.

Who do you think you are? Lewis Hamilton?

March 26, 2010

MOTOR-RACING-PRIX/An irresistible story from Melbourne, where Formula One driver Lewis Hamilton was stopped by┬áthe police for “over-exuberant” driving on the road.

Who do you think you are? Jenson Button?

March 8, 2010

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Muscles acheing, and body sagging under the lingering effects of jet-lag, I wiped away beads of sweat and warily contemplated our newly-arrived karting opponents.

Schumacher – The Comeback Part II (or not?)

November 23, 2009

schumacherA lot of people are getting quite excited about the possibility of Michael Schumacher coming out of retirement to race for the new Mercedes F1 team (formerly known as champions Brawn) at the age of 41.

Button to McLaren – the real deal or just pretend?

November 14, 2009

buttonJenson Button’s eye-catching visit to McLaren on Friday is of obvious benefit to both parties, whatever the reality behind the headlines.

How will Button rate as a champion?

October 13, 2009

rtxpa0nJenson Button needs at most six points to clinch the Formula One title in Brazil this weekend and become Britain’s 10th world champion.

Anyone still want medals to decide F1 title?

September 28, 2009

If Bernie Ecclestone had got his way before the start of the season, Jenson Button might have been crowned Formula One champion in Singapore on Sunday.

Schumacher can finally show Hamilton and Vettel who’s boss

July 30, 2009

Just seeing Michael Schumacher back in an F1 car, especially a Ferrari, will be enough for most motor sport fans.

Talking Turkey with Lewis Hamilton

June 6, 2009

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Of all the corners in Formula One this season, turn eight at the Istanbul Park Circuit subjects drivers to the highest G-forces (around 5G, or five times their body weight).