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A Review of the Japanese GP by Pedro Cunha

Pole number 30 for Rosberg in Japan. Hamilton showed some strange behaviour during Thursday’s and Saturday’s press conferences: On Thursday he spent his time taking pictures of himself and other drivers on snapchat, posting images of himself and Sainz with bunny faces… On Saturday he walked out of the press conference without answering a single […]

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Fernando Alonso

Fernando Alonso is MY driver of the year! In an INFERIOR car, the Spaniard managed to keep the title chase going to the FINAL round in Brazil! Sadly for him though, he lost out by THREE points to the EVER-successful, Sebastian Vettel. I have to say that Sebastian was a STRONG contender for my driver […]

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Romain Grosjean

Who would you pick as CRASHER of the year? Romain Grosjean or Pastor Maldonado? I picked Romain, as he had EIGHT first lap incidents, that have really ENTERTAINED us throughout the 2012 season. Some people, who just watch F1 to see the most SPECTACULAR crashes, will ALWAYS love Romain! Especially after the CATASTROPHIC accident at […]

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Lewis Hamilton

Lewis Hamilton has undoubtedly been the most UNLUCKIEST driver of 2012. He didn’t let his setbacks get in the way of qualifying though and he took SEVEN unbelievable pole positions, even beating Sebastian Vettel’s SIX of the year! The intriguing thing is that Sebastian’s Red Bull was vastly SUPERIOR (in terms of speed)┬ácompared to the […]

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Kimi Raikkonen

To complete all 20 races of the season is EXCEPTIONAL from MY perspective. To collect SEVEN podiums in that time is even MORE exceptional, especially when Kimi has been out of the sport for two WHOLE seasons. I wouldn’t want to be in Michael Schumacher’s shoes, who made a return in 2010 and has only […]

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Sergio Perez

At the START of the season, Sergio wasn’t a WELL-KNOWN driver. The curtain fall of the season was a much DIFFERENT story! He had a contract with McLaren for 2013, replacing the 2008 world champion, Lewis Hamilton, who has departed to Mercedes. McLaren didn’t CHOOSE Sergio for nothing! They chose him due to his race […]

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Sebastian Vettel

In 2011, Sebastian couldn’t show his CAPABILITIES as a racer, in terms of overtaking, as his car was far too superior for the other competitors. In 2012, Sebastian was more or less on his own. His rivals had caught him up with equal, if not MUCH better cars. In Australia (the first round of the […]

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Lotus E20

You might have been going for the obvious suspect, the Red-Bull RB8, as the car of the year. However, I discovered some flaws with the RB8 (when I produced my verdict on the RB8), even though it sent Sebastian Vettel on his way to his third world championship. I went with my instinct to choose […]

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Renault

Renault was the engine manufacture, who supplied the MOST engines for the 2012 season. They supplied their engines to teams that had produced IMPRESSIVE cars. Cars that looked like a piece of artwork with AMAZING aerodynamics. Thanks to some ICONIC talents of F1, such as Adrian Newey, the chief designer of Red-Bull Racing. Anyway, let’s […]

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The European Grand Prix- Valencia

Race Winner: Fernando Alonso Key moments in the race: – Romain Grosjean applied all of his BRAVERY to overtake Lewis Hamilton around the outside! – Sebastian Vettel’s Alternator (a part on the car which manages all of the electronics included on the driver’s dashboard, which is contained inside the steering wheel) failed and forced him […]

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