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22nd December 2014, 23:22 at 11:22 pm #289461
30 seasons of review titles:
Two till the end
All over down under
A pain-less half Nelson
Honda… All fired up!
How to win a championship
78/71 A clear decision!
9/16 Well done Nigel
Senna fights back
Who else but Schumacher!
He did it his way!
A champion and a gentleman!
Down to the last 30 minutes
Flying Finn First at Finish
The champion on the track
They’ve done it at last
What a class act!
Michael’s record year!
Michael & co. The dream team
Michael does it again!
Kimi made it at last!
Luck does not come into it…
Not in a hurry…
Sebastian’s coming of age
He’s done it again!
Who can stop him?
This seasons has to be one of the worst! I would have gone with
“At least it wasn’t Vettel again!”6th August 2014, 14:10 at 2:10 pm #269599
@keithcollantine Yes I did get a couple earlier in the season and they did work, I think some of them were promo codes from packs of lager that people were re-selling. There was an offer in Argos for 5@ £20 a while back so I stockpiled. The other good thing is you can stream to two devices at the same time so you can go halves with a friend/relative. I’m sure they will close that loophole though!5th August 2014, 23:42 at 11:42 pm #269575
24 hour Sky Sports passes can be had for even cheaper on Ebay at around £4-5. I’m loathe to give Sky any money but I can justify around £5 to watch a race live, it was certainly worth it for the Hungarian GP :-) If you time the 24 hour code right you can usually catch the full qualifying re-run on Saturday too. The streaming quality is very good as well, on par with the satellite broadcast.3rd February 2014, 9:49 at 9:49 am #246427
Williams have secured a sponsorship deal with Martini according to James Allen:7th December 2013, 21:53 at 9:53 pm #246876
Marussia9th November 2013, 20:26 at 8:26 pm #244846
good topic!, i’ll go for:
Mansell McLaren 95
Vettel BMW Sauber 2007
Hill Brabham 1992
Brundle Williams 198830th October 2013, 0:05 at 12:05 am #244037
Up until Belgium, Hamilton was considered a contender for the title. It seems his decline in results has coincided with the decline in performance of the Mercedes. I don’t think it’s fair to say he gives up easily, Silverstone this year was a great comeback drive from last. But I do think he is looking towards next year now and perhaps not pushing like mad if the car cannot win races.26th October 2013, 19:32 at 7:32 pm #243884
I reckon McLaren might pull something out of the bag! They’ve had a bad year and will be fighting back next year
Ferrari23rd October 2013, 22:48 at 10:48 pm #243759
I seem to remember James Allen saying Jenson Button would be a contender for the title in 2009, even before the first test. A lot of people put bets on and made a pretty penny24th July 2013, 22:46 at 10:46 pm #239379
I’d like to think this is just a rumour and that the teams would object to it. Seem to remember thinking the same last time around though…20th July 2013, 19:45 at 7:45 pm #171764
I just watched ‘Rush – A look inside’ on Youtube and noticed the original Marlboro sponsorship on the McLaren but it’s been censored/covered up on the new trailer, wonder which version we will get in the UK?26th June 2013, 23:50 at 11:50 pm #238209
on the topic of driver diets, i was watching some of the early 2000’s season reviews, it baffles me how Montoya could drive the cars being overweight. I mean he wasn’t fat but certainly not lean like todays drivers, and the physical exertion required in F1 is immense, he must have had a lot of stamina.22nd June 2013, 22:33 at 10:33 pm #238143
Great video, you are clearly very talented at video editing. Maybe you could make a video of Sebastian Vettel’s achievements, perhaps to the music of “The Imperial March” ( Star Wars) Make sure there’s plenty of shots of his legendary ‘finger’ victory celebration
It would be very popular i’m sure17th June 2013, 12:16 at 12:16 pm #237841
Indianapolis 2005 for sure11th June 2013, 14:28 at 2:28 pm #237587
Great spot, quick thinking by Hamilton but Alonso wise to it, wondered why they didn’t say much after the race.