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Blog Moved

I have decided to combine my blogs onto one platform.  For those who are interested in my further posts on F1, head over to http://jgautoandsport.com head over to the blog tab.   Thanks   Advertisements

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Indian GP Preview

Tomorrow the engines of F1 will crackle and pop back to life at the Indian GP.  Below are some of the stories I will be keeping an eye on. Sergio Perez is ill.  Not terminally, just sick enough for Sauber … Continue reading

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Young Driver Test Announcements

As the season marches ever closer to its terminus in Brazil (only four races away!) we are beginning to hear more and more about the young driver test to happen at Abu Dhabi right after the weekend there. All kinds … Continue reading

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Force India’s involvement in F1

There was some rather odd news out of India in the week leading up to the Indian GP.  Apparently, Vijay Mallya’s Kingfisher Airlines is in some serious financial straits and has not been paying either its employees or the airports … Continue reading

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So what now?

This week off between Korea and India has proven to be particularly necessary.  Besides the title fight taking a dramatic or inevitable turn (depending on your point of view) we have also seen some dramatic driver line up changes, political … Continue reading

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Catch up time

Jeez, take a couple of days off and the whole F1 world blows up. Lets jump right in and start with Korea.  It was boring.  Sorry, it just was.  Some great close action between Grosjean (who managed to not wreck) … Continue reading

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The Driver Market

Now that the log jam that was Lewis Hamilton has cleared, the rest of the market has been freed up and I must admit that I am a bit surprised at how much movement there seems to be in the … Continue reading

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Vettel wags his finger, again

Sebastian Vettel won the Japanese GP in dominant fashion.  And his performance could not have come at a more important time, Alonso crashed out, courtesy of the other Lotus, Raikkonen. The race itself was not too interesting, frankly.  There were … Continue reading

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Friday in Japan

FP1 and 2 were yesterday and told us exactly as much as FP1 and 2 always tell us, absolutely nothing. The Red Bull and McLaren are quick.  Force India is enjoying a resurgence, Ferrari are right there but wind tunnel … Continue reading

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The Experiment Ends

Michael Schumacher announced today his retirement (again) from Formula 1. I must admit, though, that I do not feel qualified to write the closing chapter on Michael’s career as I simply was not around to see it in all its … Continue reading

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