1. 2010 Formula One Season: The Key Moments

    The 2010 Formula One season has been run and won and we have seen Sebastian Vettel crowned world champion. The championship race was fascinating throughout the season, with five drivers in contention for most of the year...

    Craig Christopher Written by Craig Christopher about almost 4 years ago 788 reads 1 comments

  2. Sebastian Vettel 2010 World Champion As Ferrari Lets Fernando Alonso Down

    Anyone who was foolish enough to write a script for the finale of the 2010 Formula One season would have been sorely disappointed with how the players treated their script...

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  3. Fernando Alonso in the Box Seat, But the 2010 Formula One Battle Rages On

    There has never been a closer Formula One season than 2010. As we head into the last race there are still four drivers who have a mathematical chance of winning the driver’s championships, ...

    Craig Christopher Written by Craig Christopher about almost 4 years ago 609 reads 7 comments

  4. Mark Webber Is The Safe Bet For Red Bull Racing, But Who's Going To Tell Vettel?

    Red Bull Racing is in a difficult position. After its worst race all year in Korea, they find themselves with a real chance of missing out on the driver’s championship after being the dominant force all season...

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  5. Fernando Alonso Survives To Win Wet and Wild Korean Grand Prix

    Here’s a brilliant marketing slogan for those in charge of selling Formula One to the world: “For exciting racing—just add water...

    Craig Christopher Written by Craig Christopher about almost 4 years ago 266 reads 8 comments

  6. Korean Grand Prix 2010 Gets Green Light Following FIA Inspection

    After months of suspense and plenty of "will they, won’t they" discussion, the FIA is poised to confirm that the 2010 Korean Grand Prix will go ahead as scheduled on the weekend of October 22-24...

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  7. Sebastian Vettel Cleans Up in Japan; Formula 1 Title Race Now Down To Just Three

    And then there were three. The 2010 Formula One driver’s championship now boils down to just three drivers—Mark Webber, Sebastian Vettel, and Fernando Alonso...

    Craig Christopher Written by Craig Christopher about almost 4 years ago 430 reads 7 comments

  8. Alberto Contador Suspended After Positive Doping Test

    Alberto Contador has been the world’s best cyclist for the past four years. He has won the Tour de France in his last three attempts, only missing out when his team, Astana, were refused entry to the Tour in 2008...

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  9. Shock and Awesome: The 10 Most Memorable Formula One Moments

    Even on its quietest days, Formula One is a glamour sport. The noise, the colour, and the money all add up to theatre on four wheels...

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  10. Lewis Hamilton's New Demeanour Makes Him An Even Bigger Formula One Threat

    It would probably be something of an understatement to suggest that Lewis Hamilton hasn’t been enjoying the best of luck. Over the last few weeks, you get the feeling that if he had a pet duck, it would drown...

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  11. Lewis Hamilton Loses Out As The 2010 F1 Title Race Just Keeps Getting Hotter

    It started out looking like yet another processional Grand Prix.The Singapore street circuit, like most of its type, is tight and unforgiving...

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  12. Speed and Danger: The Adrenaline-Charged World of a Formula One Mechanic

    While all of the excitement and intrigue was unfolding on the track last weekend at Monza, a technician from Hispania Racing took the brave decision to try to adjust Sakon Yamamoto’s radio during a pit stop...

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  13. Monza 2010: Mistakes Abound As Fernando Alonso and Ferrari Take The Points

    The Italian Grand Prix of 2010 will be remembered by the Ferrari fans for the terrific first and third finish of Fernando Alonso and Felipe Massa...

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  14. Michael Schumacher: Should He Leave Mercedes GP To Be the Next Stig?

    Some say the mere thought of being overtaken makes him try to run other drivers into a wall, and that he is completely devoid of any sense of guilt—all we know is that Michael Schumacher should be the next Stig...

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  15. Hamilton Or Button, Webber Or Vettel: Time For McLaren and RBR To Choose

    With only six races to go in the 2010 Formula One Championship season, it’s time for the big teams to make some difficult decisions and pick a preferred driver for the remainder ...

    Craig Christopher Written by Craig Christopher about almost 4 years ago 541 reads 27 comments

  16. Rubens Barrichello Passes 300 Starts in Remarkable but Unrewarded Career

    Depending upon who you ask, Rubens Barrichello will start his 300th Formula One Grand Prix when, and if, he takes to the grid to start the 2010 Belgian Grand Prix...

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  17. Michael Schumacher Shows Rubens Barrichello the Wall in Hungary

    I have been an unashamed admirer of Michael Schumacher for many years. Not a fan, but just someone who could acknowledge one of the finest driving talents ever to drop himself into a Formula One car...

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  18. Sebastian Vettel's Screw-Up Lost in Ferrari Furore at Hockenheim

    Sebastian Vettel is a slow learner. For the second race in a row, he failed to capitalize on his pole position. He is too focused on stopping the driver in position two from getting to the corner instead of on driving his own race...

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  19. Alberto Contador Wins A Magnificent 2010 Tour de France

    It’s over. After 22 days, 20 Stages and 3642 kilometers, the 2010 edition of the Tour de France has been run and won...

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  20. Lance Armstrong Leaves the Tour as a Winner in More Ways Than One

    As unlikely as it seems, Lance Armstrong will again take his place on the top step of the podium as the 2010 Tour de France comes to its conclusion in Paris this afternoon...

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  21. Tour de France Stage 19 Results: Alberto Contador Secures Yellow Jersey

    An individual race against the clock of 50 km seems like an odd way to decide the winner of race that takes 20 days and covers over 3500 km. But this is the nature of the Tour de France that a rider can have no weaknesses...

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  22. Tour de France Stage 18 Results: Mark Cavendish Unstoppable in Sprint

    After the previous four days of climbing through the seemingly endless mountains of the Pyrenees, the peloton could again relax as the Tour approached its final three flat stages...

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  23. Tour de France Stage 17 Results: Contador and Schleck in Epic Battle

    It is perhaps fitting that the 2010 Tour de France was settled on the last climb of the last mountain stage of this year’s race—the 174 kilometer Stage 17 from Pau to the summit of the Col du Tourmalet...

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  24. Tour de France: Contador Teaches Schleck a Cycling Lesson

    The Tour de France is, without doubt, one of the toughest sporting contests on the planet. Twenty days of cycling through a French summer, sometimes riding over roads better suited ...

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  25. Tour de France Stage 15 Results: Alberto Contador Takes Yellow Jersey

    The stalemate between yellow jersey holder Andy Schleck and Alberto Contador has finally been broken—sadly as the result of a mechanical failure rather than superior physical ability...

    Craig Christopher Written by Craig Christopher about 4 years ago 1,558 reads 1 comments