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Here’s today’s round-up:
“Indian tycoon Vijay Mallya is negotiating to buy a ?óÔé¼?ôsignificant?óÔé¼?Ø percentage of Queens Park Rangers in a deal which could see Flavio Briatore and Bernie Ecclestone leave the club.”
“Red Bull Beverage managing director Saravoot Yoovidhya said that both of their F1 team racers – Mark Webber and Sebastien Vettel – will visit Thailand in the near future. The two failed to meet Thai fans as planned in Samui last week claiming that they needed to focus on the next event in Japan this week.”
“For sure I am not Ferrari’s second Rubens Barrichello.” If the cap fits…
Comment of the day
Luca di Montezemolo’s remark that “Felipe is and will always stay a number one driver for Ferrari” was just begging for a caveat to be stuck on the end. Fer no. 65 does the honours:
?óÔé¼?ªexcept when we need him to be number two driver or when he performs like a number two driver?óÔé¼?ª so basically he?óÔé¼Ôäós a number two driver that could have been a number one driver, but we don?óÔé¼Ôäót need that any more, so he?óÔé¼Ôäós a number two driver full time now.
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Happy birthday to Alexandre Carvalho!
On this day in F1
The wheels began to come off Lewis Hamilton’s championship bid at Shanghai three years ago today. Staying out too long on worn intermediate tyres on a drying track he got stuck in a gravel trap when he tried to come into the pits.
Kimi R?â?ñikk?â?Ânen seized the initiative with the first of two victories which would ultimate see him win the championship.
- Chinese Grand Prix 2007 review: R?â?ñikk?â?Ânenwin blows title race open
- The team and driver errors that caused Hamilton?óÔé¼Ôäós retirement
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