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The boy’s out in front?

The boy’s out in front?

10 Jun, '0720 Comments

No way! Just the 6th round of the championship and he’s been on the podium on all the previous rounds. And this is his very first season in F1! The guy is good, pretty good actually to even overshadow “the fluke“! I’ll be glued to the TV screen come 8pm (just in about an hour […]

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Ah, practice does make perfect

Ah, practice does make perfect

18 Apr, '071 Comment

To me, this is the most appropriate praise for the Bahrain International Circuit: Williams have blamed their decision not to test at the Sakhir circuit during winter testing for their failure to break into the top eight and score points in the Bahrain Grand Prix on Sunday. crash.net Well, people are taking it seriously now… […]

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New Colours

15 Apr, '073 Comments

Michael is out of it. So I suppose it’s high time I should be out of my sulking at his departure and get re-involved in the sport I love. Time to snap out of it! I’ve been prevaricating as to who should gain my support henceforth, the Prancing Horse has always been my favourite since […]

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Bahrain’s F1 to stay

Bahrain’s F1 to stay

29 Jan, '0718 Comments

The Bahrain Grand Prix extended its contract with Formula One boss Bernie Ecclestone on Monday. The original deal with Bahrain, which hosted its first race in 2004, was due to expire in 2008 — but the new contract reportedly runs to 2013. No official details on the length or cost of the deal were available. […]

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Make a loss and attribute it to being a culturual institution!

Make a loss and attribute it to being a culturual institution!

22 Dec, '0622 Comments

For something that cost more that BD150 million, making a profit revenues of just over BD5 million in the 2nd year of operation, racking up a loss of BD49 million representing 65% of your paid up capital while giving away BD1.2 million in free tickets must have quite a few warning fog horns blaring. Is […]

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