Formula 1: Against The Odds


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  • Blog F1
    A site is dedicated to discussing Formula One, the pinnacle series of international motorsport. The articles vary from race reports and analysis to driver biographies and interviews with like-minded fans. The site takes on the form of a blog to encourage readers to comment on articles and share their views and opinions.
  • F1 Betting @ Betfair
    The Betfair F1 Blog with several contributors, including David Croft, Ralph Ellis and Scott Ferguson.
  • F1 Fanatic
    “The blogging equivalent of Autosport, powered by enthusiasts, is also good for news but is nicely leavened with opinion, too.” – The Daily Telegraph
  • F1 Insight
    F1 Insight is written by Clive Allen, a self-employed writer, born in England, raised in Africa, then back in England and now living in Massachusetts. He has watched F1 since 1962 and has a passionate love for the sport.
  • Forumula1.net
    Launched in 2005, this site started out as a dedicated F1 forum (hence FORUM…ula1.net) offering debate and banter on all aspects of Formula One and other motorsport categories. Not content with having one of the liveliest Formula One forums around, they’re now providing independent articles alongside their original offering.
  • Fresh F1
    A young team of F1 fans who want to deliver you the fresh and semi-exclusive news. Why semi-exclusive ? Most of their sources are well known national newspapers (like Turun Sanomat in Finland, Gazzetta dello Sport in Italy, Marca in Spain) that appear only in their native language. They take the most interesting news from there and bring them to you. They also keep you up to date with the freshest F1 videos on the net.
  • La Canta Magnifico Blog
    A collection of random comments on motorsport (mostly F1). Includes some excellent analysis of the rules and regulations, with foresight into – and reporting on –  their impact on the sport.
  • New York Times Formula One Blog
    Brad Spurgeon, a longtime auto racing reporter based in Paris, discusses all things about Formula One: the competition, the gossip, the technology and the politics. Join him in the virtual paddock.
  • Sidepodcast
    Sidepodcast began at the tail end of 2006, as a way for show anchor Christine and her co-host Mr. C. to air their views on all things F1. Starting out as a 15 minute chat about the latest news, the good ship Sidepodcast has sailed it’s way into becoming a network of shows. From dedicated race coverage including video previews, to a daily minute-long news roundup, plus the weekly chat, the mini series and much, much more.
  • Times Formula One Blog
    Ed Gorman is the Formula One Correspondent for The Times. He is in his third season as controller of this blog and will be joined by some of their finest contributors.



Written by f1punter

February 26, 2010 at 9:54 am

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