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THE WEEKLY JOURNAL - VOLUME 11, ISSUE 9 - MAR 2ND 2005

The Day After Tomorrow: Exclusive
Interview with Christian Horner


After his F3000 success, Christian Horner was looking for a way to take his Arden team into F1. The price of setting up a new team was impossible; negotiations with Jordan have failed. So when Red Bull offered him the job of team principal, Horner says it was "a no brainer". David Cameron met the youngest F1 team principal just days before he faces his first Grand Prix test
BY DAVID CAMERON
 
Out but Not Down: Exclusive
Interview with Eddie Jordan


One of the most colourful characters in the F1 paddock for the last 15 years, Eddie Jordan will be watching next Sunday's Australian Grand Prix from the comfort of a lounge chair at home instead of doing it from the pitlane. It will be an odd feeling both for the flamboyant Irishman and for others in the F1 circus. Jonathan Noble talked to Jordan ahead of his first race as a former team owner
BY JONATHAN NOBLE

The Boys Next Door

While many pundits are asking when Jenson Button can bring home BAR's maiden victory, his teammate has an equal opportunity to take the glory. Thomas O'Keefe takes a look at the Japanese pilot's history
BY THOMAS O'KEEFE
  Ferrari's Working Men

While Schumacher and Barrichello gain all the credit for Ferrari's success, little attention is paid to the team's hard working test drivers. Michele Lostia talked to Badoer and Gene at Ferrari's launch
BY MICHELE LOSTIA
 
When the Flag Drops

F1 finally arrives in Australia for the season opening Grand Prix. Karl Ludvigsen is looking forward to a great season
BY KARL LUDVIGSEN
  Reflections on 2005

Roger Horton looks ahead at the opening race of the year and analyses the ten teams who will form this year's Grand Prix grid
BY ROGER HORTON
  Testing SuperStats

Comparison of the laps and distances covered during the pre-season testing by the various drivers and teams
BY DAVID WRIGHT
Australia GP Preview
BY TOM KEEBLE
  Australia Facts & Stats
BY MARCEL SCHOT
  Bookworm Critique
BY MARK GLENDENNING
  ASK NIGEL
The Formula 1 press corps

Bending the rules in Formula 1

The problem with Ralf

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