Category Archives: Red Bull

>F1: Fuming at Ferrari after Felipe Fiasco

>I didn’t write about yesterday’s German Grand Prix yesterday partly because I was too angry, partly because I had to go out, and partly when I got back in I’d had a few glasses of very nice fizzy wine. By … Continue reading

Posted in Eddie Jordan, F1, Ferrari, Jenson Button, Lewis Hamilton, Mark Webber, Michael Schumacher, Red Bull, Ross Brawn, Sebastian Vettel | Leave a comment

>F1: Mark Webber tweets he’s "feeling good" after horrific accident

>You know how much of a stickler for spelling and punctuation I am. I can’t help it. I can’t afford the therapy so you have to live with it. Anyway, I must be cured a little bit because when I … Continue reading

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>F1: Mark Webber wins thrilling Monaco Grand Prix

>There’s just something about Monaco. The sheer beauty and romance of the place. The fact that I wouldn’t be able to afford so much as a bottle of water there does not diminish the thrill I experience as I watch … Continue reading

Posted in F1, Karun Chandhok, Mark Webber, Monaco, Red Bull, Rubens Barrichello, Williams | Leave a comment

>F1: Humiliation for Hamilton as Red Bulls dominate Albert Park

>Well, some things are just worth getting up at 6:30 for. After knackering myself yesterday getting up at the crack of dawn for Practice, I hadn’t intended watching Qualifying live, but I woke up naturally just in tme to see … Continue reading

Posted in F1, Fernando Alonso, Lewis Hamilton, Mark Webber, Red Bull, Sebastian Vettel | 1 Comment

>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

Posted in F1, Ferrari, Lotus F1, McLaren, Mercedes GP, Michael Schumacher, Red Bull, Renault, Toro Rosso | 2 Comments

>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

Posted in Brawn GP, F1, Force India, Heikki Kovaleinen, Jenson Button, McLaren, Red Bull, Rubens Barrichello, Sebastian Vettel | 1 Comment

>Nightmare accident for Felipe Massa

>I can’t remember a time when I didn’t care what the outcome of a Formula 1 qualifying session was going to be. My devotion to the Brawn team knows no bounds, but their fate was nothing compared to that of … Continue reading

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>Ross Brawn gives masterclass in management

>Ross Brawn must have some faults, but I have to say he keeps them very well hidden. Not only does he design brilliant cars and generally have a genius for picking the right race strategy at the right time (remember … Continue reading

Posted in Christian Horner, F1, Jenson Button, Mark Webber, Red Bull, Ross Brawn, Rubens Barrichello, Sebastian Vettel | Leave a comment

>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

Posted in Brawn GP, F1, Felipe Massa, Ferrari, Jenson Button, Lewis Hamilton, Red Bull, Rubens Barrichello | 2 Comments

>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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