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United States Grand Prix: Sebastian flies in Texas!
The first corner of the race surprised me, because I expected drama. In fact, privately, I had predicted that Hamilton and Rosberg wouldn't get through the first hairpin, without making contact. Actually, the first few corners were extremely tidy, for every...

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United States Qualifying: So many let downs...
Formula One shot itself in the foot, once again, before the weekend even got underway. The first big news was that the underdogs, albeit very popular teams, Marussia and Caterham would not be taking part in Texas. Very simply put, the inequality in Formula ...

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Russian Grand Prix: Lewis Putin it to the rest!
Due to travelling commitments I, The F1 Spectator, have been unable to see the race or write my usual blog. As a result I have asked a guest blogger, the aptly named F1 Watcher, to fill in for me. So here goes... Being asked to be The F1 Spectator's guest b...

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Russian Qualifying: Back in the USSR!!!
The Mercedes boys were back to their dominant selves, on paper at least. But in practice the Williams of Valtteri Bottas came very, very close to spoiling that party. We can't take any credit away from the Finn, as he hurled the car around the last couple o...

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Japanese Grand Prix: A real wet weekend!
At the time of writing this post, I'm sat here waiting for news on Jules Bianchi's condition, after being involved in a incident at the site of Sutil's crash. In circumstances such as these, issues of safety and risk are always raised, and understandably, h...

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Japanese Qualifying: Clipped wings for Red Bull Racing
The big news this weekend is the revelation that Sebastian Vettel will be leaving Red Bull Racing at the end of the season. It appears that he has struck up a deal with Ferrari, which many would consider a step down from the World Championship winning team,...

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Singaporean Grand Prix: Slipping and sliding in the streets!
It's fair to say that we were robbed of a battle between Hamilton and Rosberg today, because Nico was plagued, from the very start, with car problems. As the drivers streamed away from the start line, to begin their parade lap, Rosberg's Mercedes sat prone ...

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Singaporean Qualifying: Gaps closing as night falls...
On the floodlit streets of Singapore, the usual hierarchy threatened to be disposed of, as teams who have shown weakness and lack of pace, through the first half of the season, delivered fantastic performances. As we approached the final top ten shootout, t...

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Italian Grand Prix: The best man won, in Monza!
It was a bit of an anti-climax, in terms of the battle between Lewis Hamilton and Nico Rosberg. However, I think one thing became clear today, and that was the difference in quality between the two drivers. In conclusion, I believe that Lewis is the better ...

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Italian Qualifying: tension at the top...
Going in to qualifying, for the Italian Grand Prix, there was a real sense that we wouldn't be watching Mercedes simply attempting to secure the front row of the grid. Rosberg needed to assert himself, after a week of ridicule and scolding, from the media, ...
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