Articles by: Anthony French
As a passionate motorsport fan, I blog on the subject while not compiling other articles on subjects from the European Union to manned spaceflight. I spend working hours running and promoting my fledgling copywriting business, and enjoy cooking, reading and competing in amateur motorsport in the rest of my spare time amongst other hobbies.

The sweatbox – 2013 F1 Malaysian Grand Prix Preview

March 22, 2013 6:10 pm0 comments
The sweatbox – 2013 F1 Malaysian Grand Prix Preview

For nine years, the Malaysian Grand Prix was the greatest challenge on the calendar for the teams and drivers of Formula One. Then, in 2008, someone decided to hold a Grand Prix in Singapore, and Malaysia lost its ‘Everest-style’ challenge. Nevertheless, the sweltering temperatures and soaring humidity remain a mountain […]

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The Wizard of Oz – Raikkonen wins F1 thriller

March 18, 2013 8:15 pm0 comments
The Wizard of Oz – Raikkonen wins F1 thriller

Kimi Raikkonen blew away the opposition in Melbourne yesterday, and took a commanding victory in the first round of the 2013 FIA Formula One World Championship. The Finn made just two pit stops, while his rivals struggled with the fast-degrading Pirelli tyres and opted for three stops. The win is […]

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Formula One – 2013 preview

March 7, 2013 4:15 pm0 comments
Formula One – 2013 preview

After a hiatus lasting just over four months, Formula One is back on our screens on 15th March as the teams and drivers gear up for the gruelling slog that is the 2013 FIA Formula One World Championship. 2012 came to a close in the most dramatic of scenarios as […]

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Why Curiosity is not enough

January 19, 2013 6:00 pm0 comments
Why Curiosity is not enough

Since it parachuted onto Mars last September, the American space agency NASA has made the most of the success of the Curiosity rover as it explores the inhospitable Martian terrain around its landing site. While it has achieved some notable exploratory firsts, Curiosity is potentially harming the very human trait […]

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Ending unfinished business – 40 Years of silence

December 20, 2012 6:00 pm0 comments
Ending unfinished business – 40 Years of silence

It is the early hours on the morning of Thursday, December 7th 1972. A human being  has just snapped a photograph that will change the world. The man in question is not even a trained photographer; doesn’t answer to any editorial team. He’s a geologist by trade, but couldn’t be […]

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2012 Formula One season – the ultimate review

December 6, 2012 6:00 pm0 comments
2012 Formula One season – the ultimate review

The 2012 Formula One season gave us eight different Grand Prix winners driving for six different teams, and a season long duel for the title crown between Fernando Alonso and Sebastian Vettel. How will the season be remembered? In this feature, we pick the best, most memorable and worst moments […]

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CHAMPION! Vettel claims F1 title as Button wins the race

November 25, 2012 10:25 pm0 comments
CHAMPION! Vettel claims F1 title as Button wins the race

Sebastian Vettel became the youngest ever triple Formula One World Champion today after a scintillating climax to the 2012 season at the Brazilian Grand Prix. The destiny of the championship see-sawed repeatedly during the race, which saw Britain’s Jenson Button win in seriously damp conditions. The race began only seconds […]

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Mclaren in the hunt at Interlagos

10:24 pm0 comments
Mclaren in the hunt at Interlagos

British duo Lewis Hamilton and Jenson Button locked out the front row of the grid for tomorrow’s championship-deciding Brazilian Grand Prix. The two Mclaren drivers were separated by only five-hundredths of a second and start side-by-side at the front of the grid for the last time in the same team. […]

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