1. D- Day and a (supposed) New Budget Cap

    Finally it seems the war is over, hopefully anyhow. Throughout the evening, there have been numerous reports that the budget cap of £40 million has now been raised to £85 million, and that the objecting teams should be on the grid for 2010...

    Anne Doe Written by Anne Doe about 5 years ago 149 reads 10 comments

  2. Battle of the F1 'Elders'

    The definition of 'elder' in Formula One is hardly the definition shared by us generic human beings. In recent times, many of the rookie drivers have been freshly plucked from high ...

    Anne Doe Written by Anne Doe about over 5 years ago 199 reads 4 comments

  3. Restoration of the F1 Pecking Order

    From what I've read, heard and seen up until now, it is apparent that the rear diffuser issue is currently the most controversial on the grid as of this moment...

    Anne Doe Written by Anne Doe about over 5 years ago 41 reads 1 comments

  4. Massa Gets His Driving Gloves On at Mugello

    Felipe Massa's first run in the Ferrari's shiny new F60 (click here for Ryan's Article and more pictures) got underway at Mugello today. This year's shakedown came a little later than last year, but hey, better late than never...

    Anne Doe Written by Anne Doe about over 5 years ago 372 reads 5 comments

  5. Despair, Doom, Death for Formula 1, but One Thing Left in Pandora's Box

    Everything terrible in the world, according to the Greek myth, erupted from the box which Pandora opened. I know I seem a little hyperbolic, comparing F1 to the world (and hypocritical, seeing ...

    Anne Doe Written by Anne Doe about over 5 years ago 494 reads 10 comments

  6. Bernie Ecclestone: Soon To Be Not So Supremo?

    Okay, I don't know much about the Ecclestones. I know that there's a rather small guy called Bernie, who plays an important role in Formula One. There are two daughters, Tamara and another one who I can't, for the life of me, remember the name of...

    Anne Doe Written by Anne Doe about over 5 years ago 624 reads 9 comments

  7. Pages Burnt in the F1 Record Books

    Although it seems pretty pointless writing the next sentence as we all followed the 2008 season diligently, Kimi Raikkonen recently relinquished his crown as Formula 1 world champion...

    Anne Doe Written by Anne Doe about over 5 years ago 384 reads 10 comments

  8. A Formula One Tribute To...

    A tribute to... Lewis Hamilton, our new world champion who kept his head right up until the end to snatch the title. A tribute to... Felipe Massa, who drove the perfect race and is one of the most worthy competitors to date...

    Anne Doe Written by Anne Doe about over 5 years ago 250 reads 2 comments

  9. Ron Dennis: We Do Not Remember Last Year

    "We don't even remember what happened in Brazil last year." Ahem...yeah okay, unless you drank all of Russia's vodka stocks in one night, I'm pretty sure you do. Take that back actually, were I in your position Ron, I would have done just that...

    Anne Doe Written by Anne Doe about over 5 years ago 228 reads 6 comments

  10. Heikki Kovalainen: Victim of Injustice?

    After being given mismatched tyres, can even McLaren fans deny it? China, a week back. Clambering out of his car after qualifying, Heikki Kovalainen wasn't looking particularly happy...

    Anne Doe Written by Anne Doe about over 5 years ago 631 reads 52 comments

  11. Force India Close To Deal With McLaren

    Force-Mercedes or McLaren-India. You get where I'm going with this. According to reliable sources, unless Ron Dennis is not reliable enough, it is believed that Force India are very close to clinching a deal with McLaren-Mercedes for next season...

    Anne Doe Written by Anne Doe about over 5 years ago 227 reads 1 comments

  12. You Want a Say in F1? Then Go and Say It!

    ING, sponsor of the Renault Formula One team, is conducting a global survey. And, no, it's not just a boring "Who will win the championship?" poll where people try to predict what will happen at the end of the season...

    Anne Doe Written by Anne Doe about almost 6 years ago 410 reads 8 comments

  13. Is It Too Late for Robert Kubica to Snatch Championship?

    Normal 0 MicrosoftInternetExplorer4 So Robert Kubica's a bit of an enigma in my eyes. Don't worry, I'm about to explain why. This is the guy who, before the season pretty much began, had already dismissed himself from fighting for the title.

    Anne Doe Written by Anne Doe about almost 6 years ago 512 reads 12 comments

  14. You Do The Math: Kimi Raikkonen Is Still In It

    18 points behind the leader. Four races to go. The points after Monza last year. Lewis Hamilton, leading his team mate Fernando Alonso by very few points. A two horse race between the two drivers was what the people saw...

    Anne Doe Written by Anne Doe about almost 6 years ago 378 reads 2 comments

  15. My Top 20 Martin Brundle Quotes from Modern F1 Times

    In the light of a—well in my view anyway—fairly uneventful Valencia Grand Prix, here are some funny and stupid quotes from Martin Brundle from 2001-2006. Hope they give you a chuckle anyway...

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  16. Is McLaren-Mercedes Cheating Again?

    Had a look a McLaren's new steering wheel recently? Don’t worry, fans of the Woking-based outfit. Although I am a Raikkonen fan, this is not an article filled with unprovoked attacks on McLaren or its drivers...

    Anne Doe Written by Anne Doe about almost 6 years ago 874 reads 31 comments

  17. Formula 1 and the Female of the Species

    During my seven years of watching Formula 1, I've heard this question asked many times, most recently today: Why are there no women in Formula 1? And I've also heard many answers, ranging from ...

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  18. Onwards But Upwards? Testing at Jerez

    Not even two days have passed since McLaren took victory at the German Grand Prix, for the first time since the days of Mika Hakkinen, and yet the teams are already testing at the Southern Spain Circuit of Jerez...

    Anne Doe Written by Anne Doe about almost 6 years ago 252 reads 2 comments

  19. Kimi Raikkonen's Unlucky No. 17 Continues in Germany

    17 is the unlucky number in Italy; it is also the amount of race wins Raikkonen's been stuck on since April. Recently, people have been questioning Kimi's motivation, saying that he's lacking it...

    Anne Doe Written by Anne Doe about almost 6 years ago 610 reads 7 comments