Author Profile: Jamie Hibbard

Alonso’s horse

There must have been some strong words said last year at Ferrari’s headquarters in Maranello by those in charge of F1 things. Pretty much, they sucked.

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Brawn GP,
Formula One,
jenson button,
Mercedes-Benz,
michael schumacher

Schuey’s three role

You knew it was going to happen, you just didn’t know when it was going to start, but a number change was all it took.

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F1 2010,
Mercedes GP,
michael schumacher,
Ross Brawn,
The STig

‘Stig’ to race for Merc

It’s a strange coincidence that the current series of Top Gear is about to finish in a couple of weeks, and Mercedes GP have just announced that Michael Schumacher will be racing for them in F1 next season. Hmmmm…

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all the drivers,
F1 2009,
my driver of 2009,
poll

Poll: your driver of 2009

Go on then, vote for your favourite driver of the year, and feel free to leave a comment about what you expect of the 2010 season.

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AirAsia,
F1 2010,
heikki kovalainen,
Jarno Trulli,
Lotus,
Lucas di Grassi,
Richard Branson,
timo glock,
Tony Fernandes,
Virgin Racing

Virgin vs Lotus

Virgin Racing have revealed their 2010 drive line-up: ex-Toyota driver Timo Glock and GP2 racer Brazilian Lucas di Grassi. But a more interesting duel is revealing itself, between Virgin Racing boss Richard Branson and the Lotus F1 team.

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F1 2010,
heikki kovalainen,
Jarno Trulli,
Kamui Kobayashi,
Lotus F1 Racing,
mclaren,
toyota

Jarno and Heikki for Lotus

Lotus F1 Racing have announced their driver line-up for next year, and although not particularly brave choices, they’ve got themselves a lot of experience in Jarno Trulli and Heikki Kovalainen.

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F1 2010,
F1 car launches,
FOTA,
Valencia

New F1 car launches

Always something to look forward to in the New Year is F1 teams launching their new cars, which gives us something to get excited about.

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bernie ecclestone,
brdc,
brit gp,
damon hill,
donington,
F1 2010,
silverstone

Brit GP saved

After much wrangling over the future of the British Grand Prix, Silverstone has just announced that it has secured a 17-year deal to host the race.

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