F1 in the blogs 45: Made in Japan

Posted on | Author Keith Collantine

Sakon Yamamoto, Spyker, Fuji, 2007 | Spyker / EgmondIn the F1 blogs this week there’s paranoid, delusional, conspiracy theory claptrap.

But that’s just one article – the rest are rather good including a great piece on Japan’s F1 drivers and a brand new feed from the Sidepodcast team.

F1 Fanatic’s Post of the Week

Japan and Formula 1

A very interesting article over at No Fenders looking at the history of Japanese drivers in F1.

More F1 in the blogs

Psy-ops – A Spanish Mercedes employee has vandalised the Lewis Hamilton entry on Wikipedia.

Bernie Ecclestone: Lewis Hamilton is F1’s miracle worker – Commercial guru glad for a new audience draw after the departure of Michael Schumacher.

A1GP smacks around Uncle Bernie – Menawhile Full Throttle reckons A1 Grand Prix CEO Tony Teixera is riling Ecclestone by signing a deal with Ferrari and looking to get his own F1 team.

Old school racing – Another rFactor fan – I rate it myself.

FIA scrutineer to keep eye on McLaren – I don’t remember anyone being called in to make sure there was equality between Schumacher and Rubens Barrichello at Ferrari? Or for that matter Fernando Alonso and Giancarlo Fisichella at Renault?

Gone in sixty seconds – Don’t miss Sidepodcasts excellent new one-minute round-up of the F1 news, every day.

What’s in a name? – The surnames you don’t want to have if you want to be F1 champion.

Hamilton keeps the home fires burning – A ‘true British sporting hero’?

So what now for Prodrive? – Might the new entrants not make it onto the 2008 F1 grid?

The most biased article about Lewis Hamilton I have ever read – Maybe, but for me this one’s worse:

Formula 1 2007 – a corrupted championship – Paranoid, delusional, conspiracy theory claptrap.

Photo: Spyker / Egmond

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