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From Puncture-stone to Puncture-ring?

Posted: July 5, 2013 at 8:59 am   /   F1 Humour, F1 Podcast, Inside Line F1 Podcast

Back to back Formula1 GPs means double the excitement for Formula1 fans. But this weekend, it could also mean double the danger for the drivers. After the Pirelli blow-outs witnessed in the 2013 British Grand Prix last weekend, there’s no guarantee that these won’t occur in the 2013 German Grand Prix to be held this […]

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Trends From First Three Grand Prixs Of F1 2011, Expectations From Turkey

Posted: May 5, 2011 at 9:16 pm   /   2011 Grand Prixs, F1 News, Turkey

The 2011 Chinese Grand Prix brought a much needed end to Red Bull Racing and Sebastian Vettel’s dominance. While I am a huge Vettel fan, I feared a 2004-style Ferrari-Schumacher repeat where Michael Schumacher won most races, but also managed to shoo the fans away from the sport. However, if the Chinese Grand Prix is […]

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Snapshots from the 2011 Chinese Grand Prix

Posted: May 5, 2011 at 9:04 pm   /   China, F1 News

I usually try and update my blog within a day post the GP, however, my Force India F1 Academy duties have kept me away from scribbling. I had to list down my thoughts before Turkey began, so here they are: The 2011 Chinese Grand Prix showed that strategy was key to victory and to confusion! […]

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F1 2011: Challenges That Narain Karthikeyan Will Face In His Comeback Season

Posted: January 7, 2011 at 7:58 pm   /   Narain Karthikeyan

Yesterday I wrote about Narain Karthikeyan’s comeback and my views on his signing up with the Hispania Racing Team for the 2011 Formula1 Season. Here I focus on the 5 challenges that Narain will face in 2011 while racing with HRT: 1. 2011 car: Narain last drove an F1 car in 2005 with Jordan. F1 […]

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