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Weekend debate: Does F1 need more street circuits?
After Monaco providing the bare minimum in terms of excitement, is moving to Miami, and another street circuit, what F1 needs to survive?
Weekend debate: Are we underestimating the F1 Finns?
The Scrutineering Bay looks at whether Valtteri Bottas and Kimi Raikkonen are being overlooked in the title hunt, or are simply performing the way we should expect them to.
Weekend debate: Does Max Verstappen need to calm down?
The Scrutineering Bay returns to look into whether F1's wunderkid Max Verstappen needs to kerb his driving style, or keep being the showman we all know and love.
Scrutineering Bay: What’s Up With Nico Rosberg?
With all eyes on Nico Rosberg heading into Bahrain, Badger's Charlie Eustice and Craig Norman share their thoughts on the German's 2015 so far.
Multi 21 – Who’s side are you on?
The 2013 Malaysian Grand Prix will go down as one of the sports more notorious races - not because of it's unexpected result -...
Romain Grosjean – first lap nutcase?
In 14 races of this 2012 season a recurring theme seems to be happening at each and every start - everyone looks for Romain...
Penalties for Pastor – but has he got off lightly?
After all the dust has settled after this afternoon's British Grand Prix, Williams driver Pastor Maldonado has been handed a $10,000 fine for his...
Streetfighting – Who’s to blame? – Hamilton VS Maldonado
The European Grand Prix was a corker of a race, packed to the rafters with action - plenty of clean, clever overtaking, some spicy strategy and then a few not so clean manoeuvres too...
Massa Bashing: Round 1
"Massa Bashing" is officially a new sport - according to us at least. Many have been having a go at Felipe recently - is it deserved? We investigate...
Dissecting the “New” Defending
With the new rules of overtaking coming to play for 2012, Badger looks at what's right and what's wrong in terms of passing another...
Race of the Year?
We've been all nostalgic here on Badger GP in recent weeks, looking back on a season that, even though Sebastian Vettel won everything in sight, still produced some races that we loved from first red light to chequered flag. But, we won't lie - there has been some friction over which was the best race of 2011.
Toro Rosso in Shock Driver Announcement
Gosh, Woah, Blimey, WTF - out of nowhere, not even on the rumour mill, Toro Rosso have decided to drop both Sebastian Buemi and Jaime Alguersuari for 2012. In their place, Daniel Ricciardo and Jean-Eric Vergne will drive the Toro Rosso cars.
A Marriage Made In Heaven? – Part 2
Only a few weeks ago was the Scrutineering Bay discussing the future of one Kimi Raikkonen - whether the 2007 World Champion was going...
Over-performing, but under-praised?
Here at Badger we're all for singling out the heroes from the zeroes, as many regular readers will know from our post-race Hot Rod...
What next for Rubinho?
The F1 world is alight with rumours that everone's favourite iceman, and 2007 World Champion, Kimi Raikkonen is set for a return to the grid for next season with Williams. We like that a lot but Pastor Maldonado's hefty sponsorship package will likely see him in the other seat. Which begs the question..."Where will Rubens Barrichello end up in 2012?"
Your Thoughts – Massa VS Hamilton
Add your two cents on the Massa / Hamilton saga of 2011 and our favourite will receive some BadgerGP badges and stickers! What's your two cents?
An Indian Grand Prix ‘Prediction’
Kamui and Checo battling for the lead and Webber parks up? Sprinkers? Find out why the Indian GP could be the grestest event ever...
No more “old” Lewis?
Everyone remembers that bright early morning in March 2007, when the Australian Grand Prix announced the arrival of a one Lewis Hamilton. Fresh from...