F1 news review: Mosley backs Raikkonen

Posted on | Author Keith Collantine

Kimi Raikkonen, Ferrari, Melbourne, qualifying, 2007, 2 | Ferrari MediaMax Mosley gave a revealing interview to The Guardian this week in which he said he was glad to see Kimi Raikkonen win the world championship following the spy scandal between McLaren and Ferrari.

Plus the sports writers look back on 2007, Ralf Schumacher dumps his manager and Alexander Wurz looks to a career in commentating.

British sport disappoints in 2007 – But this writer picks Lewis Hamilton as his favourite British sportsman of 2007.

Wurz eyes future in F1 commentary box – Alexander Wurz to do a Brundle?

The sporting year in numbers – One point separated three drivers at the end of this year’s F1 title race.

Mallya promises to consider KarunKarun Chandhok will race in GP2 again in 2008 and may soon end up at the Force India F1 Team run by fellow Indian Vijay Mallya.

Force India ropes in SRK, to launch massive advertising campaign – Momentum gathers behind India’s first F1 team.

Stolen racing bust is recovered – Graham Hill statue found.

Andretti wants Grandson in F1 – 1978 F1 champion Mario hopes to see Indy Car racing grandson Marco Andretti in Formula 1 soon.

Bridgestone signs sole supplier contract – But when will the Japanese tyre manufacturer switch from grooves to proper racing slick tyres?


Blundell’s view: 2007 season review part one
– Thoughts from the ITV F1 pundit.

Sponsor to rejoin Alonso at Renault – Mutua Madrilena, who followed Fernando Alonso from Renault to McLaren this year, and recently ditched McLaren denying the loss of Alonso had anything to do with it, have returned to Renault…

Ferrari chief’s big thank-you – Luca di Montezemolo wants to meet the photocopy shop owner who informed Ferrari about McLaren’s possession of confidential Ferrari documents.

Nelsinho: I’m in F1 on merit – Nelson Piquet Jnr denies that having a three times world champion father is the reason he’s making his F1 debut with Renault in 2008.

Six Christmas demands for those in sport – This Scottish newspaper wants Max Mosley to resign following his remarks about Jackie Stewart.

Why Mosley is happy with the season that had everything – Talking to The Guardian, Mosley revealed he was happy that Ferrari and their drivers won the 2007 titles.

2007: The season of F1 in review – Another look back on the controversial 2007 Formula 1 season.

Lewis Hamilton: InGear’s Man of the YearThe Times picks Hamilton as its number one.

Ralf Schumacher splits with F1 manager – The German driver loses his second manager in two years having ditched Willi Weber in 2006.

Bourdais ready for the F1 challenge – Champ Car champion is ready for his 2008 debut.

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