"This year only Canada, Great Britain, Singapore and Brazil could boast full houses, with special circumstances prevailing in each instance."
"The story in The Citizen indicates that track designer Hermann Tilke has been to Guateng in the last month and spent three days looking at a disused quarry near Kyalami which is believed to have been earmarked for the project by Mashatile's government." Isn't there something similar already in Kyalami?
"It is hard to say if these are Kubica’s real feelings or only some quotes taken out of context by media. But if I were in his position, I would also consider the 2008 season as an opportunity lost."
"McLaren certainly expect to start the season a bit behind, as they threw so much effort into winning this year’s championship. Robert Kubica was certainly very jealous that McLaren did that for Hamilton when BMW would not do the same for him. He will have his chance next season."
"The youngest-ever F1 world champion will go head to head with swimmer Rebecca Adlington, cycling champions Nicole Cooke, Chris Hoy, Rebecca Romero and Bradley Wiggins, sailor Ben Ainslie and runner Christine Ohuruogu as well as super-middleweight Joe Calzaghe and British tennis number one Andy Murray."
I'm sure some of Hamilton's rivals are worthy contenders, but my only interest in this is seeing an F1 person win. Yes, I'm that shallow.
"Boeing aims to capitalise on the opening of a new £10 million ($15 million) computational fluid dynamics research centre by its technical partner, Grand Prix team Renault F1, as the two companies work to develop new CFD design tools."
Kazuki Nakajima: “Firstly, [the new aero rules] haven’t made the cars look very attractive. But, if the new regulations encourage more overtaking, I think it’s worth it.”
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