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Dossier: Insight from the Outside
No surprises
The 2011 season is over and yes, it did bring about some surprises. Some were surprised that Button beat Hamilton in a straight fight, some were surprised that Bruno Senna got another drive, Renault were surprised that Senna was slower than Heidfeld (though really, they shouldn’t have been) and OneStopStrategy was certainly surprised whenever Massa and Hamilton didn’t crash in any particular race.
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Where to for Heiki?
The confirmation of Renault’s driver line-up yesterday has left Heiki Kovalainen in a bit of a quandary. He has proven in the second half of this season that he is a force to be reckoned with and an F1 talent that really could go far.
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Of bendy floors and McLaren protests
In the now very hot debate about whether or not McLaren is doing the right thing by appealing the stewards' "cool fuel" decision, as well as the debates about the punishment certain drivers failed to receive over the course of the season for numerous "small" transgressions, most punters in favour of McLaren are now returning to race one of 2007 - Melbourne.

"But look", they say "Ferrari raced with an illegal, felixible floor in Melbourne, and they got away with it!".
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Where to for Fernando?
Fernando Alonso will be leaving McLaren before the end of this year. That seems like a safe statement at this point, following his bitter criticism of his team this year and the obvious fallout between Ron Dennis and the former world champion.
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Top ten unpublished stories of 2007
The following stories never made it to press. We wonder why…*

A source inside Ferrari reveals that the smiling figure in red at the beginning of the Interlagos race, who was also rather talkative at the post race press conference, may have looked like Kimi Raikkonen but was, in fact, a body double.
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A most worthy champion
Lewis Hamilton was supposed to take the title right? He came on to the scene and drove like a veteran almost from race 1. He was singularly impressive and, for the most part, very consistent.
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Race analysis: Melbourne
While matters out front were, for the most part, quite stable and as a result rather boring, the season-opener in Melbourne by no means lacked excitement. The start was a tremendous affair, with Heidfeld passing Alonso into turn one, while Kubica challenged a racy Hamilton – almost successfully.
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What will and won’t happen in 2007
While there have been very few predictions with regards to the 2007 championship winner this past off-season (compared to what's become the norm anyway), the usual vast array of predictions of all other aspects of the F1 circus prevailed. Some of these predictions are probably worth a listen, while others hardly warrant a second thought.
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The teams, the drivers, the prospects: 2007 season preview
The departure of one Michael Schumacher has given rise to an even greater level of speculation than usual during the off-season. For how many years now, no matter how good which driver or which team looks during winter testing, an overwhelming number of “people in the know” would predict another Schumacher championship.
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Damned lies
Ferrari is the most successful Formula One team of all time, correct? “Yes!” we hear you all shout, “of course!”

Everyone knows the old adage of “there are lies, damned lies, and then there are statistics”. Nowhere is this is more true than in Formula One.
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What is FSD?
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V8 vs V10 part II: How they shaped up
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The F1 Circus: Top unpublished stories from 2006
The following stories never made it to press. We wonder why…*

Reports suggest that Michael Schumacher might well forego his face wax this week as he continues to celebrate the Ferrari 1-2 at the Brickyard.
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Say good bye – The Man, The Money, The Power
Interlagos will see the last race of the 2006 Formula One Grand Prix season. It’s a momentous occasion for more reasons than that though, as the Formula One world bids a sad farewell to three stalwarts that have been an integral part thereof – some for longer than others.
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Championship decided today?
There is a widely held view in the F1 paddock that a decision that is pending today could well decide the 2006 Formula One World Championship - potentially both the drivers' and constructors' championships in fact.

We're talking, of course, about the Mass Damper decision in the Paris Court of Appeal.
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The Good, the Bad and the Desperate: Monaco 2006
Monaco 2006 will be remembered by many for all the wrong reasons. While the death of Edouard Michelin came as a shock to all, it was overshadowed by more newsworthy events.
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The teams, the drivers, the prospects: 2006 season preview
So every team is better prepared than ever before, talk is rife of Michael Schumacher’s retirement, every driver says his car is great and this is the best car any given team has ever built – according to their team owner. Sound familiar? Sounds like the reports from every off-season for quite a number of years of course.
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F1: Random Facts
How well do you know your Formula 1? Hint: One of the below statements is not true – see if you can identify which one.

The “MP4” designation in the McLaren car’s naming convention (such as the latest car, which is called the MP4/21), originated in 1981 and stands for “Marlboro Project Four” – the designation continued despite Marlboro being replaced by West as title sponsor in 1997.
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The Newey Factor: Red Bull to podium?
When the Red Bull energy drink manufacturer bought the flailing Jaguar team many F1 pundits had no idea what to make of it. No-one could guess whether they were a serious outfit or just in it for the publicity – Red Bull is, after all, essentially a marketing company.
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Renault’s F1 affair to end?
On the morning of the 4th of January Renault issued a statement to the press detailing their worldwide sales progress during the 2005 year. In brief, worldwide sales are up by 1.
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Updated: V8 vs. V10: The new heart of a Formula One car - Part I
Formula 1 cars have, during the last ten years, become one of the safest places in the world to be. This has been illustrated a number of times in the recent past – most notably when Jacques Villeneuve quite literally flew into a barrier at Melbourne in 2001 only to calmly climb out of the wreck and get on the back of a bike to catch a ride back to the pits.
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Legends of Motor Racing: The Devil from Mantua
All drivers that end up in Formula 1 possess prolific talent. While, these days, some drivers pay themselves into the sport, even they have to reach a certain level of performance to make it that far.
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JV confirmed - sense and sensibility?
The BMW team remained mum about it's contract with Jacques Villeneuve for an inordinately long time. This sparked a silly season frenzy as speculation ran rife - most notably that promising rookie Heikki Kovalainen will be on loan from Renault for all of two years.
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A1 vs. F1: Real off-season entertainment?
Around mid October of every year Formula One fans lament the end of another season. Then, come March, we all sit in front of the television or, in the case of the lucky few, trackside, eagerly waiting for the five lights above the starting grid to go out and signal the start to another thrilling season of Formula One.
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Swansong season: 2005 in a nutshell
Off-season testing after the 2004 season caused massive speculation before the start of the first F1 GP of 2005. Numerous statements were made before the lights went out at 14:00 local time Melboure on 6 March: Renault’s testing pace is mere posturing – it cannot be real.
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Dossier: Insight from the Outside
01.12 - No surprises
12.12 - Where to for Heiki?
30.10 - Of bendy floors and McLaren protests
29.10 - Where to for Fernando?
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