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No Grand Prix this weekend

This is the holiday period for the Grand Prix circus, so the next GP is not until September 2 at the famous Spa...

The Editor at Large looks at life

Automania’s Editor at Large is John Weinthal who recently turned 72 (he’s always been older than me)!  As a celebration (?) he sent the...

Who will pick up our youngsters?

A couple of years back, Ferrari selected an 11 year old Canadian karter to join their driver academy.  The program, which was...

What did we learn from the Brazilian GP?

Well, we learned that if the cards drop favorably, Mark Webber (Red Bull) can produce the goods.  A very popular win by the...

What did we learn from the Indian Grand Prix?

Well we learned that Vettel in his Red Bull truly is a prodigious talent, and currently there is no-one to touch him.  Another...

What did we learn from the Korean Grand prix?

2011 World Champion Sebastian Vettel (Red Bull) certainly showed his class once again in Korea.  From second on the grid, he stormed past...

What did we learn from the Hungarian GP?

Did Jenson Button (McLaren) deserve to win the Hungarian GP?  Of course he did.  Drove smoothly with very few errors, ‘raced’ when he...

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