Read on for thoughts on the Renault launch, Kazuki Nakajima’s crash, Gilles Villeneuve and – as always – Lewis Hamilton.
Nakajima’s crash – Following Kazuki Nakajima’s crash in testing Clive at F1 Insight asks if paved run-offs are safe enough.
Briatore: Drivers have equal status – Flavio Briatore suggests Fernando Alonso will not have number one status over Nelson Piquet Jnr in 2008.
Remembering Gilles Villeneuve – The hugely popular French-Canadian Ferrari driver would have been 58 last month.
Second Indian team for Formula 1 – An Indian company is poised to take a stake in Super Aguri.
On video: Harris’ first spin in F1 – An Autocar journalist drives an F1 car (a 2004 Jaguar R5) for the first time.
Barrichello isn’t quitting – The experienced Brazilian driver could break the record for most Grand Prix starts this year…
How many races has Barrichello driven? – …but exactly when he’ll pass that mark is up for debate.
F1 is back to what it once was – This fan is pleased the return of “good old-fashioned rivalries”.
Why Lewis Hamilton is a phony – George thinks Hamilton should have played a number two role to Fernando Alonso in 2007.
Mosley a comic? Or realist? – Thoughts on Max Mosley.
Let me indulge in a small rant – Good to see Linksheaven posting again, especially when I can nod along to stuff like, “I don?óÔé¼Ôäót want to see F1 end up as a clone of NASCAR”.
Presentation of the F2008 at Fiorano – Video of the new Ferrari’s shakedown.
Bernie doesn’t understand the future – SofaF1 chimes in with the sentiments of many – that Bernie Ecclestone is ignoring the potential of the internet and the demands of modern F1 viewers. Which is to say, we want high definition and we don’t want adverts.