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Formula One 2012 half-term report: McLaren

Why have we come to McLaren last? Well, one reason might be that they set the base line for performance at the start of the season, covering the front row in Australia and Malaysia and turning the first of those in to a handsome one-two.

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Formula One half-time report 2012: Ferrari

Remember when, some years ago, some ancestor of Mars Curiosity suffered some catastrophic brake failure during its landing phase? A long enquiry at NASA came to a terrible conclusion and what one assumes was the face palm to end all face palms: the numbers had been entered in the wrong format. The probe was thinking […]

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Formula One 2012 half-term report: the minnows

*Stretches arms high over head, meshes fingers, cracks knuckles* So, where were we? Yes, Hungary. Lewis Hamilton all the way. Gosh, that was a long time ago and what a lot has happened since. Especially here in Britain. We have, after all, discovered we are a global sporting superpower while the rest of the globe […]

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Alonso wins in Germany: post-race discussion

So help us here a bit. Sunday Afternoon Club is spending the day at the Silverstone Classic, so we followed the Grand Prix on TV and Twitter. Follow as many teams and drivers and media and fans as we do and that’s not easy. But we do know Fernando Alonso won and Jenson Button didn’t, […]

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London Grand Prix: the video!

Well, here it is, an official film of the first London Grand Prix. It has got its sponsor’s names all over it and only really features two cars, both of them belonging to the sponsor, but that doesn’t stop it being rather good.

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A Grand Prix in London: could it actually happen?

You may have read already this morning that there is, once again, talk of a London Grand Prix. Well, we can tell you we’ve had a sneak peek at the simulation film that is due to be premiered tonight, and it’s very good. You’ll be able to see it too: at 7.30pm right here on […]

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Alonso wins the race of two halves in Valencia

Well, to borrow the vernacular from another competition taking place later this evening, that was a game of a two halves. 30 laps in and the Sunday Afternoon sofa was set to witness something it hadn’t seen for a while; eyelids had drooped and were all set to close. So thank you Jean-Eric Vergne. Had […]

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European Grand Prix: so who is going to win? Could it be Grosjean?

At quick call to Prof Brian Cox and an according working understanding of Heisenberg’s Uncertainty Principle might serve you better than reading this if you are looking for any kind of prediction as to what might happen around the harbour roads of Valencia this afternoon. Feel free to correct us Sunday Afternooners (or indeed James […]

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