F1 blogs review: Goodbye 2007, hello 2008

Ralf Schumacher, Tadashi Yamashina, Monte-Carlo, 2007There’s plenty of looks back at 2007 and predictions for 2008 in the F1 blogs this week.

Plus some more thoughts on the 2007 F1 season DVD, Ralf Schumacher… and Jos Verstappen.

2007 news review part one – A look back at the season’s headlines.

What won’t happen next year – 2008 predictions for Fernando Alonso and Lewis Hamilton.

The Official Review of the 2007 FIA Formula 1 World Championship – This review of the official 2007 F1 DVD is a bit more positive than mine.

2007 in a page – A fan writes about his experience of visiting the Malaysian Grand Prix.

F1 marshal, anyone? – The organisers of the inaugural 2008 Singapore Grand Prix are looking for volunteers.

Lewis Hamilton was a rookie sensation… – Another look back at the 2007 season.

McLaren to launch new car on January 7th – But Pitbitch has some amusing things to say about Ralf Schumacher sacking his manager.

Flavio, Fizzy and Jos the Boss – Clive from F1 Insight speaks up for Jos Verstappen.

A look at the rookie class of 2008 – Nelson Piquet Jnr and S?â?®bastien Bourdais will make their F1 debuts next year while Timo Glock, Kazuki Nakajima and Sebastian Vettel will get their first full F1 seasons.

Honda’s Fry calls for F1 budget cap – Another un-implementable ‘cost saving’ measure?

Photo: Toyota

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4 comments on F1 blogs review: Goodbye 2007, hello 2008

  1. I hope the offical review is better than ITV’s, I thought as Kimi won the championship maybe the focus would be on how he did it, not a 2 min interview!

  2. Vertigo said on 30th December 2007, 14:36

    ITV didn’t do a season review, they did Lewis-fest for 50 minutes, with Kimi and the other Brits as an afterthought.

  3. The ITV review was slightly better than I thought it would be though – I was half-expecting it not to mention any non-McLaren drivers at all…

  4. I had a look at ralph considers a years sabbatical and unless someone is interested in retro things the ralph cap fr approx euro 29.95 may seem a loss leader – or waste depending on youre point of view – god bless – he ain’t michael – nor is he ever going to be – such is life !!

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