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Review: F1 to join SKY SPORTS
F1 fans in the UK finally heard last week that the cash gusling Bernie Ecclestone has made a deal with SKY and the BBC to have 45 million pound deal with SKY and a 10 million a year with the BBC.
Jenson Button pulled out all the stops yesterday to win the Hungarian GP.
Jenson brings in Win No.2 for McLaren
What a Canadian Grand Prix that was, huh? Jenson Button, with a poor start, drive through penalty, Collision with his team mate Lewis Hamilton, Collision with Fernando Alonso and five other pit stops surged through the field to win the race.
The Jacques Villeneuve Driving Academy, Quebec
The next round of the 2011 Formula 1 season sees the carnival make its way to Montreal in Quebec, Canada. Red Bull’s Sebastian Vettel will be looking for his sixth win in seven races, a record that has prompted Ferrari's Fernando Alonso to say that the German has "nearly" won the title.
SENNA: Addicts Review
Today I visited the good old cinema in Enfield, London to watch the legend that be Ayrton SENNA on the big screen. Addicts review the film.
Ayrton Senna: McLaren Years
With the release of the film commemorating the legacy of Ayrton Senna being released this month (4th June) McLaren Addicts looks at the life of the star who drove for McLaren between 1988-1993 and won his three championships with this team.
Jenson a good move for Ferrari?
Jenson button sparked a media frenzy about four days ago, saying to the guardian newspaper that "As a kid, you are very excited about racing for the red team," he told Britain's Guardian newspaper during the Monaco GP weekend, "There were three teams. I always wanted to race for when I was growing up - Ferrari, McLaren and Williams. I've got to drive for two of them which, as an eight-year old kid, I didn't expect to do. Ferrari is obviously a team I haven't raced for." McLaren Addicts review if this partnership would work...
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Addicts are back!
After a gap from Winter Testing to the Monaco GP. McLaren Addicts is back. Tell your friends and lets get this forum and site back up to the thriving site that it once was.
MP4-25 a big departure from the 24
McLaren were quick to emphasise at today's launch how their new MP4-25 is a radical departure from last year's car. The MP4-24 was, by all accounts, a disappointment in its inability to provide Lewis Hamilton the opportunity to fight to retain his title. Team Principal Martin Whitmarsh praised the team for radically improving the car through the season - but joked they had a low starting point!