Also in the news this week, work set to begin on the Singapore street circuit and a young Canadian scoops the Gilles Villeneuve award.
My sport: Nigel Mansell – The Daily Telegraph talks to the 1992 champion.
Singapore to start work on F1 street circuit – Building gets underway next month on one of F1′s two new street tracks.
Singapore hotels to be charged with ‘F1-tax’ – But it’s going to be expensive to stay there…
Speed looks to race in the USA in 2008 – Meanwhile Toro Rosso exile Scott Speed is weighing up his options in the US, looking at the IRL, Champ Car World Series and NASCAR.
Murray Walker’s F1 round-up – The Sun talks to Britain’s best-loved former commentator about the 2007 season so far.
Karthikeyan predicts Indian driver boom – The Williams tester is hoping for more of his countrymen to join the upper echelons of the sport.
Wickens, Hinchcliffe win awards – Champ Car Atlantic and A1 Grand Prix driver James Hinchcliffe won the Gilles Villeneuve award.
Felipe Massa invites Fernando Alonso to charity kart race – Will there be a thaw between the two rivals after their row at the Nürburgring.
Prodrive to race 2008 McLaren – Is F1′s putative 12th F1 team about to confirm its plans?
Weighing ballast – F1 technical expert Steve Matchett on ballasting F1 cars.
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