Category Archives: Brawn GP

>A final farewell to Brawn GP

>As I write this the Formula 1 media circus is gathering in snowy Stuttgart for the launch of Mercedes GP Petronas, the team that will hopefully propel Michael Schumacher to his 8th world championship, not that I’m in any way … Continue reading

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>Sports Personality of the Year – why I won’t be voting for Jenson Button

>You would think, wouldn’t you, after all the F1 posts I’d put you through detailing my obsession with Brawn GP during the course of the season, that their World Champion Driver Jenson Button would be my first choice for the … Continue reading

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>The Queen’s Speech or Jenson Button?

>I am a naughty Lib Dem blogger, of that there is no doubt. Yesterday I didn’t write anything about the Queen’s Speech, opting instead to say nice things about the lady herself rather than the tripe written for her by … Continue reading

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>F1 gears up for season finale in Abu Dhabi

>The F1 world is gathering on Yas Island in Abu Dhabi for the final race of the season at the brand spanking new Yas Marina Circuit. At this point, I get a bit squeamish and start wringing my hands a … Continue reading

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>F1: Countdown to Brawn boys’ Brazil duel

>It’s a bit weird for it to be this time on a Formula One Sunday to not be watching the race – but today it’s in Brazil and doesn’t start until 6pm. Rather than bite my nails in anticipation at … Continue reading

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>The Brawn Boys are Back – a perfect 1-2 in Monza

>I wonder how Red Bull team principal Christian Horner is feeling tonight. With one driver out on the first lap of the Italian Grand Prix at Monza and the other only getting a point because it was thrown into his … Continue reading

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>Fired up and flawless – Barrichello takes first victory for Brawn

>Wel, I’m smiling! Half an hour ago I would have been typing this through tears! As a Brawn fan I’d have been thrilled with either of the drivers winning, but as a Rubens Barrichello fan of some 16 years’ standing, … Continue reading

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>Barrichello in strong position as McLarens take front row

>I have to admit that the word that rhymes with “duck” was being used with volume and frequency in this house at the end of F1 qualifying in Valencia this afternoon. I knew that it was going to be a … Continue reading

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>F1 Returns in Scorching Valencia

>It’s been a long 4 weeks without Formula One. Although the sport has been making loads of headlines, with Michael Schumacher’s coming back and then not coming back and lovely Nelson Piquet Jr being given his marching orders by Renault, … Continue reading

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>Some things are more important than Iain Dale and his lists

>As I said yesterday, I’m really happy to have risen 23 places in the Total Politics Blog Poll and am so grateful to everyone who voted for me. However, that result is not the most exciting thing that has happened … Continue reading

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