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Driver Performance Analysis – The Top Dogs

This edition of Hot Rod or Hot Dog is a touch behind schedule and may, we confess, be a bit light. It's also been a bit of a collaboration from people in the Sett, so here goes...

The Top Dog for Britain is…

"Hot Rod or Hot Dog" is our regular post-grand prix column where we review all of the driver performances in that race. As part of the process, one driver is declared as Badger's "Top Dog"; it's not necessarily the winner and, to be honest, it could be for anything...

Red Bull: an orderly team?

What is it about Silverstone and Red Bull? After last year's debacle with the new front wings (removed from Webber's car to put on...

Rampant Alonso tames Wild Bulls

Fernando Alonso scored his and Ferrari's maiden triumph of the 2011 Formula One campaign with a commanding victory in Sunday's British Grand Prix.The Spaniard...

Mark Webber snatches Pole while Lewis looks a bit lost

The weather at Silverstone has been massively indecisive since Wednesday and today continued with that trend...

Friday reflections from a soggy Silverstone

When a grand prix is held in the month of July - and in the Northern Hemisphere to boot - you'd be forgiven for expecting it to be dry. Showers? A few, perhaps, but torrential rain surely isn't in the offing. Pack your shorts and shades, not your waterproofs and lifeboats.

McLaren look ahead to Silverstone

It's time to race on home soil for both Jenson Button and Lewis Hamilton this weekend. Both have one win apiece this year for...

The British Grand Prix: The Early Years

In preparation for Sunday's race Badger has taken a look back at all six decades of the British Grand Prix. In part one we're focusing on the first thirty years of the race, from the fifties to the seventies.

di Resta looking forward to maiden home event

Scotsman Paul di Resta says he's looking forward to contesting his maiden home grand prix - despite having little experience of the Silverstone circuit.

F1’s Best Brits Abroad

With it being summer - that wonderful time of year when British people complain about the weather at home, go abroad and complain that they're abroad, then come home to complain about the weather more - we're looking at F1's best Brits abroad.

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