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Is F1 selling its soul?- with David Hall

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Last week, Hockenheim boss Georg Seiler said the circuit would not be hosting this season’s German Grand Prix due to the short turnaround to sell tickets. Hockenheim hadn’t been scheduled to host the race this year, in keeping with the alternating arrangement it had with Nürburgring. A change of ownership at the latter seems to have undone that and now,

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THE RED WINTER- with David Hall.

Editor’s note- David wrote this piece for our social media page during the off season. After this morning’s qualifying performance by Sebastian Vettel in Malaysia, we decided to run it again.   Reading through the headlines of Ferrari articles during the year it would be easy to think George R. R. Martin was putting together a House Maranello special for

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Unsocial Media- F1 with David Hall.

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Yesterday, the 12th of March 2015, was something of a landmark in terms of Formula 1. Something small that hopefully marked a change in how Formula 1 looks to promote the sports contents and archive footage. Rather than looking purely for monitised media content. A simple tweet: As we celebrate #65YearsOfF1, we asked Bernie Ecclestone to choose his iconic F1® moment.

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Just Under A Week To Go- F1 with David Hall.

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This Sunday, March 15th, the 2015 Formula 1 season will growl into life at Melbourne, Australia. The smart money will be on the Mercedes duo of Lewis Hamilton and Nico Rosberg resuming where they left off and battling for supremacy at Albert Park. Rivals may have hoped to claw back some of the gap to the lead duo but the

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Time for Change in F1? with David Hall.

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1st February was the first day of pre-season testing- a day F1 fans had waited for all winter. At a glance there are interesting headlines. – Sebastian Vettel was fastest for Ferrari. – Mercedes, 3rd fastest, completed a mammoth 157 laps. It’s always difficult to judge pre-season testing. Was the Ferrari running light or were Mercedes concentrating on long runs?

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