F1 in the news 40 – the American Hamilton

Juan Pablo Montoya, McLaren-Mercedes, Suzuka, 2005McLaren’s former drivers have a few things to say about the Hamilton-Alonso rivalry.

Plus more doubts over the Indian Grand Prix and the man who could have been America’s Lewis Hamilton.

The phenom we missed out on – F1′s ‘other black driver’ Willy T. Ribbs.

Bahrain races to a $1 billion F1 bonanza – The owners of the Bahrain International Circuit claim the Grand Prix has generated USD $1bn for the country so far. Well they would, wouldn’t they?

Prost: McLaren’s policy will backfire – Alain Prost doesn’t think McLaren should try to run two competitive drivers in the same team. Prost left McLaren after Ayrton Senna arrived at the team and started beating him. So, once again, he would say that, wouldn’t he?

Juan goes road racing, analyses Lewis – Another ex-McLaren driver reckons there’s always a favoured driver at McLaren. Was he thinking about Melbourne ’06, I wonder…

‘Lewis Hamilton effect’ could save Silverstone says BRDC – British Grand Prix likely to do well out of Hamilton’s success.

Hamilton’s go-kart fetches ???40,000 – A charity auction raised a stack of cash – shame Hamilton pranged the kart shortly before presenting it to the winner. Actually, that will probably only add value to it.

IOA has no knowledge of F1 racing, says Akbar Ibrahim – India may claim to have a deal for a Grand Prix in 2009, but there’s doubt whether they can deliver.

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