The Running Commentary

European Grand Prix

This week see the end of the “break in testing” and onto the European Grand Prix. This circuit (Valencia) will be provide some really exhilarating racing, with cars reaching some very high speeds (300 kph) and also having to content with slow corners (80 kph). Typical of a street circuit there is going to be…

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Mclaren lock out front row for Hungarian GP

Qualification only moments ago ended with Mclaren locking out the front row in terms of the race for Sunday. Ferrari’s Massa coming in third and looked like he drover the living day lights out of the Ferrari. Certainly Kimi Raikkonen must be a worried man and the Ferrari team equally must be concerned about his…

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New production improvement device….

This post title marks my thought change in terms of the new “toys” that I seem to desire and then motivate to buy. I have recently been blessed by my company with a new HP Compaq 2510p laptop (almost 2 gigs of RAM) 12 inch screen. This has certainly helped improve my productivity, has given…

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Hamilton dominates German Grand Prix

Lewis Hamilton today showed what a true world champion in the making looks like. Germany represented one of his most dominating races ever, elevating him to the ranks of Senna and Schumacher, with an almost faultless drive. The rest of the field including his teammate seemed destined from the very start to be relegated to…

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German GP shaping well for Mclaren and Hamilton

Looking at the free practice results for yesterday (Friday) Hamilton topped the sheets by almost 700th of of a second, miles ahead by F1 standards. As mentioned in my previous post re the coming GP, variable weather conditions could play into Mclaren’s hands, in particular Lewis. As long as his time’s remain where they are…

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German GP who wants the title more??

I think that the German GP scheduled this weekend is going to give us a view of who wants the ultimate title of World Champion more. We currently have a three way tie at the top of the leader board, with Hamilton, Raikkonen and Massa on the board at 48 points a piece with 2 others hot on…

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Hamilton silences his critics!!

The British Grand Prix today was a definitive race for Hamilton. He comprehensively out drove the rest of the field. This despite the tactical error by Ferrari when they elected not to change the tyres of Kimi’s car at the first pit stop. I am convinced though that Lewis demonstrated his ability in the wet…

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