Monthly Archives: May 2011

SEBASTIAN VETTEL GAMBLES AND WINS IN MONACO!

Back in the principality for some awesome racing in the confined streets of Monaco. It must be a bit claustrophobic racing here with these machines. Like putting two heavyweight boxers inside a minibus and telling them to slug it out. … Continue reading

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THE ICEMAN GETS ALL HOT IN CHARLOTTE

Just one week has passed since Kimis sensational entry into NASCAR racing. This time he took the step up to the Nationwide class from the truck series. You could say that Nationwide is kinda like GP2, whereas the Sprint Cup … Continue reading

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SPANISH GP REVIEW ’11 – ATTABOY SEB!

With the Spanish GP of Barcelona, the European F1 season is properly underway. The GP has been somewhat dreaded by the fans as the track is as boring as they come with practically no overtaking. So with the longest DRS … Continue reading

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KIMI RAIKKONEN GOES NASCAR IN CHARLOTTE

“Stay low, Kimi, stay low stay low! Ok, good you are clear.” I can imagine Kimi Raikkonens spotter was having his hands full on Kimis very eventful NASCAR truck race debut. A record 10 cautions were thrown due to incidents, spins … Continue reading

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TURKEY GP ’11 – THE NEW AGE OF F1

After a 3 week break since China and a much needed vacation for myself, Formula 1 returns to Europe. Well almost, since the Istanbul part is on the Asian side. But still. The track had its debut in 2005. The … Continue reading

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