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Fresh thoughts on BBC, Sky and the implications for Formula One

August 3, 2011


Comments today by Williams chairman Adam Parr about cost cutting in Formula One and the new TV deal in the UK have brought the issue back to the front of my mind. As has been extensively documented, Bernie Ecclestone has secured a six season deal, from 2012, for the BBC and Sky to share live […]

Williams and Renault reunite to try and relight the championship fire

July 4, 2011


Williams have signed up to race with Renault engines from next season, re-creating a once championship winning partnership. It’s a bold move from an outfit which has been sliding ever further back down the grid. At times this year, the once great Williams team has almost appeared to be in the clutches of Team Lotus […]

The Hulk flexes his muscles in Brazil

November 6, 2010


Jenson Button’s year as reigning Formula One champion is as good as over after qualifying in Brazil. The Briton finished in a poor 11th in changeable conditions and even a mighty charge is unlikely to be enough to keep him in the championship hunt come Abu Dhabi. His only hope is some calamity which takes […]

Mid season review part two: The midfield

August 26, 2010


2010 has been a curious year so far for the midfield teams. The top three have been so far out in front in terms of drivers and developments they’ve not had a look in even for podiums, while the new teams have been so far off the back most of the time there’s no real […]