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Eddie Irvine on F1- with David Hall


I’ve spent a lot of time giving out about Formula 1 this season. Watching Formula 1 in 2015 has had a conflicted feel to it. While Endurance racing has continued to boom into what is fast becoming a Golden Era, Formula 1 is a car heading for a cliff, while its occupants fight over what music they’re listening to. Ever get

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Max Attack- F1 with David Hall


The post Monaco headlines roared of the miscalculated Mercedes stop under safety car that cost Lewis Hamilton what looked certain to be a dominant victory. The stats showed Nico Rosberg matching Graham Hill, Alain Prost & Ayrton Senna as the only drivers to win at the Principality three years in a row. But below the surface, Monaco showcased a new

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Eugene Laverty’s Monaco Grand Prix Weekend


Eugene popped round to fellow MotoGP rider Karel Abraham’s apartment to watch the Monaco Grand Prix last weekend Despite not having to race this week it’s been a very busy “weekend off” for Eugene Laverty. There’s plenty of excitement around Monaco ahead of the Formula 1 Grand Prix and as a result there was plenty of sponsor appointments and functions

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tongue in cheek F1 News


Legislation to be hurried through after McLaren colour scheme change. Governing body also looking into Lotus’ modified chassis. The FIA are to rush through legislation on Formula One team colour schemes, following McLaren’s new black and red colours split fans on social media. A source was quoted as saying “This could open the floodgates. We thought limiting the drivers’ helmets

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McLaren- don’t crack under pressure! Alonso drives Senna’s MP4/4


Celebrating thirty of years of partnership with McLaren, TAG Heuer today presented ‘Don’t Crack Under Pressure’. This unique film features the most iconic car in the 30 year partnership, the MP4/4, and witnesses Fernando Alonso and Jenson Button. But a few years ago, Lewis Hamilton & Jenson Button did a nice feature on the car: And Lewis Hamilton did get

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