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The latest television audience figures for F1 broadcasts in Britain show recent live Formula 1 broadcasts are attracting half a million more viewers on like-for-like events compared to last year. While last year’s Italian Grand Prix attracted fewer than 2.91m viewers and did not rank among ITV’s top 30 programmes for that week, this year […]
Andy and LJH present the final for of their ten ways to get a drive in Formula 1. We?óÔé¼Ôäóve covered six different ways to get into F1 and today we present the final four: if you?óÔé¼Ôäóve not got a famous dad and chatting up the engine builders has got you nowhere, this is what you […]
Early weather forecasts for the Japanese Grand Prix suggest the weekend will be cool with a chance of rain. Here’s some useful information on weather forecasts for the F1 weekend at Fuji.
Andy & LJH continue their look at how today’s drivers got their break in F1. Yesterday we looked at how to get in F1 by paying for a drive, getting in with an engine builder, and battling your way through the junior categories. Here are three more ways of making your way to Formula 1.
Nico H?â??lkenberg captured the 2008 Formula Thre Euroseries championship in a less than inspiring fashion. He failed to get away at the start of the first race at Le Mans in France this weekend, and fell to the back of the field. But with title rival Edoardo Mortara unable to reach the seventh place he […]
A1 Grand Prix’s fourth season gets started in Zandvoort today. Although there are some questions over the future of the series its fan base is developing and there was a decent crowd at Brands Hatch when I visited for the season finale earlier this year. Next week they release their first DVD season review, covering […]
Brits on Pole duo Andy & LJH start a three-part look at how the current F1 field got their big breaks in Formula 1. Long-term job security isn’t a concept many would associate with Formula One ?óÔé¼ÔÇ£ but at the other end of a driver’s career you’d be forgiven for thinking that a network of […]
John Beamer, editor of F1-Pitlane, takes a look at the teams?óÔé¼Ôäó technical developments from the Singapore Grand Prix. The Singapore Grand Prix couldn?óÔé¼Ôäót have provided a more stark contrast to Monza two weeks ago. The tight, twisty street circuit snaking its way around Marina Bay called for a high downforce set-up, very different to the […]