F1 blogs & more: Behind the scenes at Monte-Carlo with Mark Webber

Posted on | Author Keith Collantine

Mark Webber, Ciaron Pilbeam, Red Bull, Monaco, 2008, 470150

Here’s some of my latest picks from the world of F1 blogs and websites, including Mark Webber’s own photographs of his weekend in Monaco.

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Here are today’s picks:

Mark Webber column – Red Bull racer Mark Webber takes us on a photographic tour of his Monaco Grand Prix weekend.

Monn knockoe – No Fenders reports on Peter Windsor’s one-man campaign to bring F1 back to America.

F1 2008: The reason why Lewis Hamilton has been so good lately – Craig reckons Hamilton’s victory in Monte-Carlo owed more to luck than skill.

DC to NASCAR – The press release was published with the warning, “Please note that David is visiting this event solely to shoot a film for Red Bull and we would appreciate it if you did not start a load of silly rumours about him switching from F1 to NASCAR in 2009. Yee Ha!” But Grandprix.com can’t resist having a bit of fun with their headline.

Donington Park race circuit to replace Silverstone? – The Sunday Mirror speculates. When they talk about Donington’s “ease of access” they’ve obviously never tried to get in on a busy day.

2008 Monaco F1 GP helmet specials – F1 Wolf rounds up the special helmet designs for Monaco.

Top 10 F1 technology transfers – How F1 technology has made it onto road cars.

Kubica excels, but where is Kimi? – I’m not alone in wondering what on earth happened to Kimi Raikkonen in the Monaco Grand Prix.

Monaco GP: celebrating nearly 80 years of racing history – Interview with Monaco Grand Prix archivist Roy Hulsbergen.

GP2: Senna and Conway win at Monaco – Just two weeks after his unfortuante brush with a dog at Istanbul, Bruno Senna wins the GP2 feature race at Monaco. It came 15 years after his uncle Ayrton Senna’s last win in the principality where he triumphed a record six times in Formula 1.

Rain at Monaco – Beautiful – This is my latest piece for F1-Pitlane on the drivers who’ve won at Monaco in the wet. You can also read some of my earlier pieces on the Circuit de Catalunya, Rubens Barrichello, rookies, predictions and, er, dogs.

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