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  1. Life in the fast lane

    Posted Jun 15th 2004, 12:00am by Bill Savadove

    ... products salesman Zhao Suhai, as he watched the spectacle on Nanjing Road. Over the same weekend, Shanghai gave its new Formula One track a test run with the inaugural China Circuit Championship, ... conspicuous absence at the track was cigarette advertisements. Tobacco companies are typically major sponsors of such events, but the State Sports Administration banned the advertising the day before ...

  2. Bahrain fiasco had one good outcome

    Posted Apr 29th 2012, 12:00am

    ... and Andy Warhol lookalike who runs Formula One racing. Despite the involvement in F1 of some of the biggest corporate brands in the world, Ecclestone is unmoved by public sentiment. He just does ... Button, Lewis Hamilton and Paul di Resta to boycott the event because 'the Formula One race will be used by the Bahrain government as an endorsement of its policies of suppression ...

  3. Formula wonders

    Posted May 03rd 2005, 12:00am by Sonia Kolesnikov

    ... Sonia Kolesnikov-Jessop, Singapore Minister Mentor Lee Kuan Yew has been musing that his government made a mistake in not building a Formula 1 race track back in the 1980s. 'I think ... of the world championship pie and its advertising dollars. Furthermore, at a time when the city-state is publicly mending fences with its neighbour, Malaysia, it would also have to tread on eggshells ...

  4. Jason Dasey

    Posted Sep 27th 2009, 12:00am by Jason Dasey

    ... Jason Dasey From shameless cigarette advertising to stiletto-heeled grid girls in skimpy outfits to spending almost the GDP of a developing nation per team... Formula One never operated in a way that could be described as politically correct. Maybe that was part of its appeal: Formula One was bold, extravagant, and, yes, a little gaudy in a 1970s kind of way, with drivers like ...

  5. Out with the old and in with the new is not doing F1 justice

    Posted Jul 26th 2006, 12:00am by Richard Drew

    ... Richard Drew Formula One heads towards the final phase of the 2006 season this weekend with the German Grand Prix. After the race at Hockenheim, two thirds of the racing calendar will have ... of money and the lack of an upgrade. Amazing as it must seem, tracks have to rely mostly on admission prices, whilst Bernie Ecclestone's company takes the broadcasting, advertising ...

  6. Hamilton's best bet is to stay in Woking

    Posted Jul 19th 2012, 12:00am

    ... Richard Drew This Sunday at Hockenheim, Lewis Hamilton lines up for his 100th grand prix. He's come a long way since he made his bow in motor racing's top tier in 2007. He was a world champion a year later, but right now it would seem his career ...

  7. Taking stock on a drawing board

    Posted Jun 21st 2012, 12:00am

    ... Richard Drew When someone tried to copy my work at school, I used to hook my spare arm protectively around my book to ward off over-inquisitive neighbours. No matter how hi-tech Formula One is, it would seem that something similar is going on in the sport. The few minutes before the race on the grid can be pretty frantic, with mechanics, team bosses and the celebs all rushing ...

  8. A risky business where cheats go unpunished

    Posted Oct 04th 2009, 12:00am by Alan Alanson

    ... and a half? The other thing I learned about Formula One last weekend is that the word 'glamour' means 'skinny teenage girl'. Whenever any advertising or promotional material refers ... Alan Alanson I was kindly invited by a large financial institution to attend the Formula One race in Singapore last weekend. I learned a great deal at this event, and in particular ...

  9. Spring heralds end to waiting game

    Posted Mar 15th 2012, 12:00am

    ... Richard Drew The early flowers are out, the trees are starting to blossom in glorious pinks and yellows. The sun is warm on your back and higher in the sky. You can tell it's spring in middle England, where the majority of the Formula One teams are based. And if you were to ignore nature, there would still be a couple of indicators that winter has run its course. First, ...

  10. The Talented New Zealander who pioneered the name McLaren

    Posted Nov 21st 2011, 12:00am

    ... McLaren, a talented New Zealand racing driver and brilliant engineer. McLaren was the youngest ever winner of a Formula One Grand Prix when he won the US Grand Prix in 1959 at the age of 22. Having started building sports cars in the early 1960s, McLaren became a Formula One entrant in 1966. Plans to produce high-performance road cars were cut short when McLaren was killed testing one of his ...




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