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Australian GP, Free Practice Report, Headline »

[16 Mar 2012 | 4 Comments | 1,688 views]
Season Gets Underway in Melbourne

The season got underway under damp conditions in Melbourne, meaning it’s still anyone guess as to where anyone is in the overall pecking order. McLaren went quickest in the first session, Jenson Button pipping his team mate as the track quickly dried out. Just behind them was the Mercedes of Michael Schumacher who set the fastest lap of a wet second free practice with a late lap as the track began to dry.

Caption This »

[13 Dec 2011 | 6 Comments | 11,330 views]
Caption This… #46

In this weeks’ Caption This… Michael Schumacher is busy tinkering with a Mercedes engine. All we need you to do is power-up your brains and, firing on all cylinders, engineer a clever caption – just don’t exhaust yourselves. So ladies and gentlemen, do your best worst.

Italian GP, Personal musings, Rules and Regulations »

[13 Sep 2011 | 33 Comments | 5,276 views]
Sorry, who is the Steward?

One of the controversial moments from this weekend surrounded Michael Schumacher’s robust defence against Lewis Hamilton – at one point the McLaren driver was even forced on to the grass at the Curva Grande so as to avoid a collision. Did Schumacher overstep the mark? More worryingly, however, seems to be the question of who decides…

Belgian GP, Headline, Race Reaction »

[29 Aug 2011 | 4 Comments | 2,003 views]
Red Bull Supreme at Spa

Sebastian Vettel extended his lead on the Driver’s Championship with an entertaining win at the Belgian Grand Prix. Red Bull’s 1-2 was somewhat surprising, at least after their dismal start, and was partly assisted by a generous helping of luck. The race itself was a master class of overtaking and with the lead changing back and forth until the pit stops had ended we were never quite sure who was going to win.

Belgian GP, Headline, Qualifying »

[27 Aug 2011 | No Comment | 1,922 views]
Vettel on Pole in Belgium

Spa-Francorchamps never fails to impress and qualifying today was to be no exception as the mixed wet/dry conditions provided us with a feast of entertainment and left the stewards with some work to do. It really was a case of “the good, the bad and the ugly” with a great result for Senna, a bad result for Schumacher and an ugly incident between Maldonado and Hamilton… more of that to follow.

Headline, History »

[25 Aug 2011 | 5 Comments | 5,990 views]
The Schumacher Affair

Twenty years ago today, a young Michael Schumacher made his Formula One début. Seven World Championships would follow, however, it may be the dealings of the night of 5 September 1991, which saw Schumacher leave Jordan for Benetton, which marked the most significant change for Formula One.