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Everyone remembers that bright early morning in March 2007, when the Australian Grand Prix announced the arrival of a one Lewis Hamilton. Fresh from...
What comes after a Top Dog? Might it be a dog who chases? Perhaps, collectively, they're known as Chasing Dogs? They are! And look - they're right here now for your pleasure. Cheers lads.
Hear that? That's the sound of the Badgerometer roaring into life, bringing you the the top 5 talking points from the Korean Grand Prix.
Dave Madgwick is, it's safe to say, a superfan of Formula 1, having been to over 200 grands prix. The Korean GP was new for him this year though, and here's how he got on over the grand prix weekend...
Our first foray into the fast and not-so-fast of the Korean Grand Prix starts at the sharp end of the grid - otherwise known as the Top Dogs.
Hot Rod or Hot Dog is our regular post-grand prix column where we review the driver performances for the race. As part of the process, one driver is declared as Badger's "Top Dog" - and this week it's...
Vitaly Petrov smashing into the back of Michael Schumacher was quite a massive incident, ending the race for both drivers. 5 place grid penalty for Petrov.
A fine victory from Sebastian Vettel and Mark Webber's podium secured the constructors title for Red Bull. Here's the race in pictures.
He may have missed out on pole position, but Sebastian Vettel wasn't 2nd for long today, overtaking Hamilton on the first lap to take the lead and keep it through to the chequered flag.
A whole load of great photographs from today's Korean GP qualifying session at the rather dull looking Yeongam circuit - at least the on-track action was exciting, that's what matters after all.
Bruno Senna celebrated his 28th birthday today, with an impressive cake and the Lotus Renault GP team. His future at the team is subject...
He grabbed pole for the first time this season, but he isn't showing any signs of being happy with his performance - why?
Lewis grabs the first non-Red Bull pole position of 2011, and here's the rest of the grid for Sunday's Korean Grand Prix.