F1 in the news 55: All eyes on Hamilton

Posted on | Author Keith Collantine

Lewis Hamilton, McLaren-Mercedes, Shanghai, 2007 | DaimlerThere are three drivers in the hunt for the championship – but the media’s focus is on the title leader as he bids to be come the first ever rookie champion.

Also the row between Max Mosley and Jackie Stewart rages on, and BusinessF1 magazine goes bust.

Driving test for Lewis Hamilton – Martin Brundle reckons Hamilton took a risk too many in Shanghai.

A classic three-way showdown – Adam Cooper analyses the final race, and comes out staunchly on Lewis Hamilton’s side.

Lewis Hamilton’s glory week – Kevin Garside is talking up the British hope as well.

Stewart calls on Mosley to resign after controversies – The bitter war of words between Jackie Stewart and Max Mosley rages on, with the three times champion calling on the FIA President to step down.

Fisichella to enter BMW Europe championship – Giancarlo Fisichella’s team FMS, which competes in GP2, will also run in F1’s new feeder category for 2008, Formula BMW Europe.

2008 V8 supercar calendar announced – Good news for Australian F1 fans – the top V8 touring car racing series will support the Grand Prix once more as from next year.

Rubython declared bankrupt – BusinessF1 magazine goes intro receivership.

Ferrari signs Massa until 2010 – Massa’s re-hiring seems to scotch rumours that Fernando Alonso is moving to Maranello.

Photo: Daimler

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