Alex Yoong articles on F1 Fanatic archive

The F1 coverage debates: What do Asian fans think of ESPN Star Sports? 24th April 2009, 9:00

We’ve already covered the new BBC coverage in Britain and how Speed TV broadcast F1 in America. Now guest writer Jay Menon tells us about ESPN Star Sports’ Asian F1 broadcasts… For a region as big as Asia, it?s a pity its F1 fans and motor sport lovers get such poor television coverage. I am […]

The bottom 10 F1 drivers: Shortlist 30th May 2008, 15:00

Two weeks ago we began compiling the list of the bottom 10 F1 drivers of all time – the 10 worst F1 drivers. Here’s how the shortlist stands at the moment along with some of your remarks. Is there anyone missing from it? And who doesn’t belong there?

Has Frank Williams found his own Hamilton? 15th May 2007, 23:07

Last month Frank Williams told the press: Hamilton is still a baby, so to speak, but dishing out loads of trouble already. I mean that in the nicest possible way. I cry he’s not in a Williams but I rejoice for F1. I really do. But the Williams boss may already have found his own […]

A1GP Brands Hatch Sprint: Home win for Kerr 29th April 2007, 11:24

Robbie Kerr became the first ever driver to win his home round of the A1 Grand Prix championship by coming home first in the sprint race at Brands Hatch. Kerr made a clean getaway from the rolling start while Hulkenberg squeezed the Team France car of Loic Duval on the approach to Paddock Hill bend. […]

A1 Grand Prix: Jarvis takes the first win for Britain 25th March 2007, 23:11

Team Great Britain finally broke their A1 Grand Prix duck as Oliver Jarvis gave the team its long-awaited first win in the series. Jarvis leapt into the lead from second on the grid as polesitter Alex Yoong bogged down badly in the team Malaysia car. The British team pitted at the first available opportunity while […]

A1 Grand Prix: Yoong converts pole to victory

It was a straightforward win for Alex Yoong and the Malaysia team in the sprint race at Mexico. All the drama happened at the start. Team Great Britain’s Oliver Jarvis pulled into second place as the cars of teams Germany, Brazil and Mexico collided with each other. Amazingly, none of the chasing pack hit the […]