Every Wednesday afternoon we run our weekly debate column “The Scrutineering Bay”. Usually we pick a topic and three or four Badger writers get out their quills, parchment and ink and throw their thoughts into the mix, with the occasional verbal fisticuffs.
Over the last few weeks we’ve offered you, our lovely readers, the chance to get involved. We don’t think we’re lying when we say it’s been loads of fun, with many of you sending in contributions about Kimi and Williams, the battle for supremacy at McLaren, as well as good, bad and ugly stewarding decisions.
This week we’re doing it again and YOU can get involved – and here’s how:
- Let us know your thoughts, in no more than 250 words, on the following question;
“Will we ever see the “old” Lewis Hamilton again?”
- Make it as funny and as amusing if you like – it’s up to you how you approach it, whether it be a picture, poem, haiku, sonnet, video or something else entirely. Remember, it’s your answer! (Note: Dance interpretations will go in automatically)
- Send us your contribution via email to firstname.lastname@example.org
- Include your Twitter handle if you have one, as well as where in the world you’re from.
- Make sure to send us your completed piece before 11pm on Tuesday 18th October (and not a minute after!)
We’ll then pick our favourites and include them in the article on Wednesday, where thousands of other F1 fans will doubtless read and enjoy your contribution.
So what are you waiting for? YOU could be on BadgerGP.com!