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December 6, 2013 12:00am
David Croft is joined by Formula 1 writers Kevin Eason, Michael Schmidt and Jonathan Noble to reflect on a compelling season of F1 racing in 2013.
My favourite moments were during the Brazil GP when Webber went mad overtaking everyone, sometimes twice. His like will not be seen anymore as that era of driver is not represented now, except maybe Jenson to some extent. Old school...
Not sure about the best moment, but the joint worst moment is Hulkenberg getting passed over by first Mclaren for being too tall (Button anyone??), and then losing out to Maldonado at Lotus! Left a sour taste in my mouth that one.
This is great news for me and my boys, as we go to silverstone camping every year. Next year my son is on a history trip same dates as last years date, but now it's moved we can go again. So a personal thanks to you Bernie make...
Well done Force India for signing talent, rather than looking at the finances. The Hulk should have been at Lotus or McLaren, but money rules the world. At least he has a drive, and isn't left out from F1 again. I'm surprised so many...
I would not be surprised if Mclaren have another poor season that Martin Whitmarsh is sidelined to make way for Ross with his Honda connections to become the Team principal, Ready for the 2015 season!
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