1. Ade Adepitan: A True Sporting Icon

    Some sportsmen are fortunate enough to excel in one sport, and carve their names into their sports history books as celebrated talents to be remembered...

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  2. F1's History Books: The Rest is Still Unwritten

    In the world of Formula One we have so many undoubtedly fantastic talents. These are the talents which drive our favourite sport into exceptional realms of intense competition and stunning spectacles...

    Antony Herbert Written by Antony Herbert about over 5 years ago 229 reads 1 comments

  3. Fantasy Formula One: F1 on an Over-Active Imagination

    My dad has constantly said if all drivers drove the same car it would split the men from the boys. So in honour of this idea, I have constructed an imaginary driver order if such an idea came into fruition...

    Antony Herbert Written by Antony Herbert about over 5 years ago 134 reads 5 comments

  4. Ben Foster: My Foster's a Large One, but It's Always Second Best

    With England firmly in the driving seat for their qualification to next year's World Cup, many are beginning to speculate which players will and will not be chosen to represent ...

    Antony Herbert Written by Antony Herbert about over 5 years ago 67 reads 0 comments

  5. Jenson Button: The Return Of The Also Ran

    Jenson Button is not a natural championship winning driver. He has spent much of his career as an also ran, hardly showing any remarkable out-performance of the armour beneath him...

    Antony Herbert Written by Antony Herbert about over 5 years ago 197 reads 7 comments

  6. A New Beginning: The Midfield Revolution

    As the gap has been narrowed to allow smaller teams on smaller budgets a more competitive edge, we find ourselves in the superbly fantastic position of having a top half of the grid for the Australian Grand Prix made up of mid-field runners...

    Antony Herbert Written by Antony Herbert about over 5 years ago 80 reads 2 comments

  7. The 10 Questions of the 2009 Formula One Season

    The 2009 season is bound to be an intriguing and largely unpredictable one if pre-season events are anything to go by...

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  8. Luton Town-Grimsby Town: The Impossible Dream

    There are now nine games left and Luton Town are still 12 points from safety, but the dream is still alive thanks to a last-gasp winner against one of Hatters' relegation rivals on Tuesday, 2-1...

    Antony Herbert Written by Antony Herbert about over 5 years ago 271 reads 3 comments

  9. The New Rule: It's Okay For Some in Formula 1

    There has been a lot of discussion about the newly instated rule of most wins equals’ title winner. There is not a huge opposition to it, although the news that Felipe Massa would ...

    Antony Herbert Written by Antony Herbert about over 5 years ago 161 reads 6 comments

  10. Role Models are Hard to Find—Especially in the World of Snooker

    The years have not been especially kind to the snooker world since the turn of the millennium. The sport has suffered from masses of infighting, periods of uncertainty after the cigarette ...

    Antony Herbert Written by Antony Herbert about over 5 years ago 176 reads 2 comments

  11. The 2009 Season: A British Perspective: It's a Brit of Alright

    The last two years have marked a significant elevation for the sport of F1 in the UK, for we have a new sporting hero in Lewis Hamilton...

    Antony Herbert Written by Antony Herbert about over 5 years ago 177 reads 3 comments

  12. Luton Town's Great Escape?

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  13. Match Fixing Scandal Rocks Snooking World

    Match fixing has become something of a reputation destroyer in recent years. Many sports, the most recent being tennis, have become engulfed within investigations of irregular betting patterns ...

    Antony Herbert Written by Antony Herbert about over 5 years ago 116 reads 2 comments

  14. Another Day, Another Loss: The Life of a Premiership Manager

    Yet again another pathetic excuse for a chairman propelled himself into the footballing limelight today as news of another Premiership sacking did the rounds...

    Antony Herbert Written by Antony Herbert about over 5 years ago 208 reads 3 comments

  15. Timo Glock: The Knight In Shining Armour?

    Timo Glock slowed down deliberately to allow Lewis Hamilton to overtake him which in turn broke Brazilian hearts and cost Massa his debut drivers title at the last possible moment...

    Antony Herbert Written by Antony Herbert about over 5 years ago 614 reads 12 comments

  16. The Formula 1 Team: When One Man Falters And It All Falls Down

    Who had the best car in 2008? I believe it was Mclaren. Who won the constructors title in 2008? I believe it was Ferrari. Why did the best car not win the constructors title? I believe it was because of one person and one person alone...

    Antony Herbert Written by Antony Herbert about over 5 years ago 482 reads 1 comments

  17. Formula One: The Good, the Bad and the Downright Ugly

    Well, what a season 2008 turned out to be. The end result it seemed was a collection of drivers running away from title glory rather than striving to achieve it...

    Antony Herbert Written by Antony Herbert about over 5 years ago 472 reads 7 comments

  18. Japanese Grand Prix: Love Is a Losing Game As Karma Prevails—Almost!

    As Lewis Hamilton discovered in Shanghai last year, a clumsy mistake can prove costly in the race for the drivers’ world championship...

    Antony Herbert Written by Antony Herbert about almost 6 years ago 275 reads 3 comments

  19. Ferrari's Racing Weekend: Here Today, Gone Tomorrow!

    Well what a disaster the Singapore Grand Prix turned out to be for Felipe Massa and the Ferrari team. Massa eased his way to pole position, and pre Piquet Jr...

    Antony Herbert Written by Antony Herbert about almost 6 years ago 294 reads 1 comments

  20. Fernando Alonso Victory: One Man's Trash Is Another Man's Treasure

    2008 has given me two reasons to disconnect my liking for the Renault team. The first with immediate effect was Fernando Alonso; a driver who changed his demeanour from celebrated hero ...

    Antony Herbert Written by Antony Herbert about almost 6 years ago 448 reads 4 comments

  21. Singapore Grand Prix: A Bore War To Come?

    When it was announced that two new street circuits would be added to the 2008 F1 calendar, I was somewhat taken aback in horror! The Monaco Grand Prix, around the illustrious streets ...

    Antony Herbert Written by Antony Herbert about almost 6 years ago 375 reads 0 comments

  22. Alex Bogdanovic: The Joker In The Pack?

    Alex Bogdanovic is Britain’s No. 2-ranked men’s singles tennis player. There is obvious undeniable talent there. He should be a top 100 player. Maybe he is just unlucky...

    Antony Herbert Written by Antony Herbert about almost 6 years ago 413 reads 4 comments

  23. Davis Cup: Hooters Destroy The Experience

    Despite being the birthplace of one of the most horrific tyrants in human history, Austria, from what I have seen and heard is a wondrous place. If you ever want to go skiing you know exactly where to go, the landscape is inspirational...

    Antony Herbert Written by Antony Herbert about almost 6 years ago 523 reads 2 comments

  24. David Coulthard—Disconnected?

    When I was just eight years old, my new hero Ayrton Senna tragically died in what became known as the darkest weekend in Formula 1 history...

    Antony Herbert Written by Antony Herbert about almost 6 years ago 305 reads 1 comments

  25. Good Sebastien, Young Sebastien!

    God dammit! Mr Vettel comes up with the most incredibly fascinating emerging performance since Kubica's debut win or Hamilton's immediate race-winning pace, and in the process makes me wonder ...

    Antony Herbert Written by Antony Herbert about almost 6 years ago 337 reads 0 comments