2012 Bahrain Grand Prix Preview – Questions To Be Answered

April 18, 2012 5:59 pm0 comments
2012 Bahrain Grand Prix Preview – Questions To Be Answered

Three different races; three different winners. Formula One 2012 is proving to be an unpredictable beast. Jenson Button, Fernando Alonso and Nico Rosberg have all tasted glory across the Far East. Now the Formula One bandwagon returns to the Middle East to confront perhaps its biggest challenge of the year. […]

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Silver Arrow Storms to Shanghai Supremacy

April 15, 2012 5:14 pm0 comments
Silver Arrow Storms to Shanghai Supremacy

Mercedes GP bagged their first Grand Prix victory in 57 years this afternoon with a stunning performance courtesy of young German, Nico Rosberg. The 26-year old overcame opposition from no less than five current and former World Champions to take his maiden Formula One success only a day after claiming […]

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Shanghai Surprise – Rosberg Steals Hamilton’s Thunder

April 14, 2012 12:46 pm0 comments
Shanghai Surprise – Rosberg Steals Hamilton’s Thunder

Nico Rosberg denied Mclaren’s Lewis Hamilton his third Pole Position at the Shanghai Circuit today in qualifying for Sunday’s Chinese Grand Prix. The Mercedes driver hustled his MGP W03 round the track in overcast conditions to record a laptime of 1:35:121, over half a second clear of early weekend pacesetter […]

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2012 Chinese Grand Prix Preview – Nothing Is Certain

April 13, 2012 12:58 pm1 comment
2012 Chinese Grand Prix Preview – Nothing Is Certain

The overtly ostentatious crowd that is the Formula One Paddock rolls into Shanghai this weekend for Round Three of the 2012 World Championship. After a gripping action-packed start to the season in Australia and Malaysia, the teams and drivers will be going all out to begin a serious campaign for […]

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Why United are a spent force in Europe

April 12, 2012 12:18 pm1 comment
Why United are a spent force in Europe

After  Man United defeated Chelsea in the 2008 Champions League final, they seemed set to rule Europe for the next few years. Not only did they have Cristiano Ronaldo, who at the time was the best player in the world, but a quality supporting cast  featuring the likes of  Wayne Rooney and Carlos Tevez. But since […]

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Fabrice Muamba: The living, breathing example that football is, in fact, just a game

March 20, 2012 9:46 am6 comments
Fabrice Muamba: The living, breathing example that football is, in fact, just a game

It goes without saying that Fabrice Muamba, the 23-year-old Bolton Wanderers Midfielder, has taken over the news and is at the forefront of topics of conversation worldwide over the past few days. Whilst on the pitch, the young dad suffered a cardiac arrest four minutes before half time of Saturday’s […]

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Has UK F1 Coverage Taken a Step Backwards?

March 15, 2012 12:34 am1 comment
Has UK F1 Coverage Taken a Step Backwards?

Over the last three years, the BBC F1 presenting team have unquestionably breathed a much needed breath of fresh air into the coverage of sport in the UK. ITV, who had previously held the coverage rights, lacked the dynamism now shown in abundance by the BBC. The broadcast frequently began […]

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