F1 in the blogs 40: War

Lewis Hamilton, Fernando Alonso, Nurburgring, Mercedes S, 2007 | Daimler ChryslerArguments rumble on over the Lewis Hamilton and Fernando Alonso row.

Plus speculation over Nico Rosberg’s future – and whether the teams will revolt against the FIA’s decision to let a McLaren Group company produce next year’s ECUs.

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C’est la Guerre…

Motorsports Ramblings only occasionally entertain us with their long and detailed observations on F1. Here’s a particularly enjoyable piece unravelling the Lewis Hamilton & Fernando Alonso battle, comparing it to the great rivalry of Ayrton Senna and Alain Prost.

More F1 in the blogs

Microsoft, McLaren and the ECU – F1 Insight on McLaren’s contract to supply standard engine control units from 2008.

Honda’s car problems stem from wind tunnel – Does the fault rest with designer Shuhei Nakamoto – or his tools?

Rosberg leaving Williams? – The impressive German could head to a bigger team next year.

Spare a kind thought… – A video comparison of a Spyker and a McLaren. How would Hamilton get on in his old team mate Adrian Sutil’s car?

Decision on day or night F1 race expected by year’s end – Singapore race is expected to run under floodlights in 2008.

Funny Michael Schumacher commercial – Another of those old Fiat adverts starring Michael Schumacher.

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1 comment on F1 in the blogs 40: War

  1. Ben Goldberg said on 18th August 2007, 17:17

    Wow, the one comparing the Spyker with the McLaren is great. Sutil has to correct it in almost every corner, and in the corners he doesn’t correct it, he suffers from major understeer!

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