Category Archives: Brawn GP

>Update: Felipe Massa recovering from successful surgery in intensive care

>It’s reassuring to hear that Ferrari F1 driver Felipe Massa is recovering following successful surgery after his accident. He’s in intensive care in hospital in Budapest. I have to say that I have no medical knowledge to back this up, … Continue reading

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>Who will be the Hungarian Heroes?

>After a truly horrible week (more of which later), I’m feeling human enough to write a little bit. I’m all excited about the Hungarian Grand Prix this weekend. My beloved Brawn boys have had some fairly ugly modifications to their … Continue reading

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>Aussie Rules as Webber wins in Germany

>I know I’m a Brawn girl, but I’d have to be a really heartless witch not to be pleased for Mark Webber as he celebrates his first Grand Prix victory after 7 years in the sport. Just 8 months ago, … Continue reading

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>Webber and Barrichello get back in the game in Germany

>We’re half way through the Formula One season and so far only two men have got to the top step of the podium. Jenson Button has won 6 races, and Sebastian Vettel has won 2, including Jenson’s home race at … Continue reading

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>Sarah and the Brawn GP Boys

>I’ve mentioned Sarah, one of the stars of the F1 Twitterverse before. She’s the one who designed the Save F1 – Max Out avatar that many of us have used and adapted. It was quite fun to get messages from … Continue reading

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>Is Brawn GP the classiest Formula One team ever?

>I’m trying not to think about all the political trauma off the track in F1. In less than 48 hours, the sport I’ve loved all my life could be effectively destroyed by Max Mosley, the guy who makes the rules … Continue reading

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>The drama continues – a week to save F1?

>I’ve written before about the battle for the future of F1 which is now becoming closer to civil war. Since that post, the eight remaining members of the Formula One Teams Association filed a block entry for next year’s championship … Continue reading

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>Jenson Button messes with my head

>Two hours on from the qualifying for the Monaco Grand Prix, I can finally breathe again. One thing about my health at the moment is that an adrenaline rush quickly sends me crashing down, drained of energy. I shouldn’t probably … Continue reading

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>The Brawn Fairytale Continues

>Well, what a race that was! Barrichello had a brilliant start, but couldn’t make the car go fast enough to stay ahead of his team-mate. It’s a shame, because he did so much to set up the car for the … Continue reading

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>Ferrari’s woes continue at Spanish GP Qualifying

>My love for the Ferrari formula 1 team knows no bounds in good times and in bad and that isn’t about to change, despite Eddie Jordan saying that fans will be turned away from the team after another qualifying disaster. … Continue reading

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