Category Archives: McLaren

>McLaren action curtails #F1 artist’s business #supportunlap

>One of the regular contributors to the F1 discussions I enjoy on Twitter has been the artist behind the Unlap website, Luke Pollard. He produces excellent motorsport related prints, mugs, t-shirts, often with a very humorous side to them. Remember … Continue reading

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>F1: Testing, Twitter and poorly punctuated press releases

>A sizeable chunk of the Formula One world has gathered in Valencia for the first official testing of the year. This is where the cars hit the road for the first time and the designers all sweat as we get … 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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>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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>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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>Has economy let McLaren off the hook?

>The World Motor Sport Council has just given McLaren the equivalent of a cuddle for their appalling behaviour at the Australian Grand Prix when they tried to claim 3rd place from Jarno Trulli by complaining that he’d passed Lewis Hamilton … Continue reading

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