Plus BMW in good shape for 2008, problems for Prodrive, and vote for F1Fanatic.co.uk in the 2007 Weblog Awards.
F1Fanatic’s Post of the Week
PETA are certainly not above throwing a low punch – and this one landed, amusingly, on Ralf Schumacher. Talk about kicking someone when they’re down: “We hope that, in the future, you will follow the fine example of your brother, Michael-not only with regard to winning races but also with regard to being kind to animals.” Handbags!
Of course, I do have to admit a vested interest here – I also write for the Auto Trader blog – but this isn’t one of my posts.
More F1 in the blogs
Give me a freakin’ break – Not impressed with Luca di Montezemolo’s suggestion that Lewis Hamilton would owe a debt of gratitude to Ferrari were he to win the championship.
Raikkonen & Kovailenananan don’t get on? – Fellow Finns Mika Hakkinen and Mika Salo didn’t.
Readiness for 2008 – BMW are looking good for next year writes Clive.
Will Prodrive make it into the 2008 season? – The rumoured McLaren B-team face a protest before they’ve even got going.
Why Brits slate Lewis Hamilton – He’s provoked massive debate on F1Fanatic this week – here’s another blogger on why some British fans don’t like Lewis.
The Spanish fans weren’t happy with Ron Dennis – And someone needs to tell them that ‘equal rights’ is probably not what Fernando Alonso had in mind anyway.
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