1. Brawn Free: How Jenson Button Won The Australian Grand Prix

    After his landmark victory for Brawn GP at the Australian Grand Prix this weekend, Jenson Button denied that it had been easy...

    Andy Shaw Written by Andy Shaw about over 5 years ago 72 reads 2 comments

  2. Not Just Brawn, But Brains As Well: Australian Grand Prix Analysis

    For all the talk of what the new F1 season would bring up, the Australian Grand Prix was, in the end, only about one team: Brawn GP...

    Andy Shaw Written by Andy Shaw about over 5 years ago 264 reads 9 comments

  3. The Car Behind Is a Toyota: Why Their Loss Could Be Our Gain

    The Toyota F1 team have been bullish about their prospects for 2009 over the winter, with the team making no secret of the fact that they are targeting race victories this season...

    Andy Shaw Written by Andy Shaw about over 5 years ago 126 reads 4 comments

  4. Williams on Top: Can They Finally Reclaim F1 Glory?

    Friday practice at Melbourne threw up some surprises, but few of the events at Albert Park were quite as unexpected as the sudden resurgence of the Williams team...

    Andy Shaw Written by Andy Shaw about over 5 years ago 87 reads 2 comments

  5. F1's Inflation Of Expectation: Who Will Disappoint In 2009?

    As we wait in eager anticipation for the 2009 Formula One World Championship to begin, there is no shortage of people willing to tip drivers to succeed this year...

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  6. Crunch Time For Kimi: Will 2009 Make Or Break The Iceman?

    As recent Formula One world champions go, they don't come any more enigmatic and confusing than Kimi Raikkonen. Ferrari's ostensibly senior driver, who replaced Michael Schumacher and promptly ...

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  7. It's Always the Quiet Ones: Who Will Surprise in 2009?

    With the 2009 Formula One season just around the corner, pundits everywhere are sticking their necks out and predicting who will succeed when the new season gets underway...

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  8. The Show Must Go On: Are F1's Rules There To Be Bent?

    With just one week to go until the start of the 2009 F1 season, controversy again threatens to overshadow the racing as the new aerodynamic regulations come under ever closer scrutiny...

    Andy Shaw Written by Andy Shaw about over 5 years ago 208 reads 12 comments

  9. Hide Your Television Sets: Luca Di Montezemolo Gets Angry

    As president of FOTA, Ferrari boss Luca di Montezemolo has a responsibility not only to his own team, but to all the other Formula One teams as well...

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  10. McLaren Pick Up the Pace: So What are They Really Up To?

    Pre-season testing pace for world champion Lewis Hamilton's McLaren team has been unimpressive so far, and it is no secret that the team are struggling to replicate the form that saw Hamilton capture the title in dramatic circumstances last season...

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  11. F1: Lost In The (Red) Mist: The More Sensible FIA Proposal

    Since yesterday's statement from the FIA World Motor Sport Council relating to the changes Formula One will encounter in the next two years, most of the attention has been focused on ...

    Andy Shaw Written by Andy Shaw about over 5 years ago 150 reads 1 comments

  12. Know Your Enemy: What Can Honda Learn from Toyota?

    Honda have had a difficult time in F1 since taking over the reins from British American Racing at the end of 2005. A promising first season, including a maiden victory, beckoned in 2006; but what has followed has been little more than a disaster...

    Andy Shaw Written by Andy Shaw about almost 6 years ago 482 reads 2 comments

  13. Monza Preview: Can Felipe Massa Make It Three in a Row?

    As the Formula One circus moves to the Italian Grand Prix this weekend, hosted at the historic Monza circuit, the ugly political side of Formula One will still be making headlines in ...

    Andy Shaw Written by Andy Shaw about almost 6 years ago 586 reads 3 comments

  14. Kimi Raikkonen "Melting?" Is The Iceman's Title Chance Over?

    After crashing out of second place in the Belgian Grand Prix, which could have been victory once Lewis Hamilton's penalty was applied, Ferrari's Kimi Raikkonen has insisted he is not yet giving up in the fight for the 2008 F1 world championship...

    Andy Shaw Written by Andy Shaw about almost 6 years ago 568 reads 27 comments

  15. Paddock Rumours Continue: Fernando Alonso Linked With BMW

    With much of the Formula One world focusing on Lewis Hamilton's controversial penalty at the Belgian Grand Prix, one practically unnoticed news item also floated stealthily out of the F1 paddock at Spa-Francorchamps...

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  16. The Knee-Jerk Brigade: Why F1 Fans Foaming at the Mouth Does the Sport No Good

    In yesterday's Belgian Grand Prix, after a thrilling last few laps in which the rains came down and the running order was overturned, Lewis Hamilton, in his McLaren-Mercedes, saw off ...

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  17. Bernie's New British Grand Prix: A Fresh Perspective

    In the wake of news surrounding new threats to Donington Park's intention of hosting the British Grand Prix from 2010 onwards, fresh speculation has arisen among fan circles that the ...

    Andy Shaw Written by Andy Shaw about almost 6 years ago 461 reads 1 comments