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THE WEEKLY JOURNAL - VOLUME 11, ISSUE 27 - JUL 6TH 2005
 
Being Damon Hill

Damon Hill came into Formula One with the heavy burden of his father Graham's shadow, but he was able to make a name for himself and become the most popular British driver in the past decade. Yet he left Formula One a little too late, and his times in the sport were hardly easy sailing. One of the most intelligent and articulate drivers, he remains a complex and interesting local hero among the fans at Silverstone. Ahead of the British Grand Prix, David Cameron met Hill for a talk about days gone by
BY DAVID CAMERON
Then There Were 3
Formula One was back in proper action in France, in a race which clearly showed the battle for this year's title is down to three men only. Richard Barnes analyses the Championship situation after the 10th round of the season
BY RICHARD BARNES
  The Real Culprit
Over that past few weeks, the United States Grand Prix fiasco has been blamed on Michelin, the FIA, Bernie Ecclestone, Ferrari, and even the drivers themselves. Karl Ludvigsen, however, believes the real culprit has been overlooked
BY KARL LUDVIGSEN
French GP Review
Fernando Alonso streteched his lead at the head of the Championship table withe a dominant win at the French Grand Prix, also giving his Renault team their first home victory in 22 years.  Will Gray reviews the events and results from the tenth race of the 2005 season
BY WILL GRAY
  Tech Analysis: France
The French Grand Prix saw most teams introducing notable technical updates to their cars, debuting changes that will be seen in most of the remaining European races. Craig Scarborough analyses the changes seen during last weekend's race, and reviews the cars' performance
BY CRAIG SCARBOROUGH
British GP Preview
Kimi Raikkonen and his McLaren team will be the hot favourites to win despite Fernando Alonso's dominant victory for Renault in France. Tom Keeble previews the race and rates the teams' chances of success ahead of the eleventh round of the 2005 season
BY TOM KEEBLE
  Britain Facts & Stats
How does Fernando Alonso's record this year compare to the past? What happened in the British Grand Prix of 1982, and what happened 26 years ago this week? Marcel Schot brings the answers and more anecdotes on the tenth round of the season
BY MARCEL SCHOT
 
  • 2005 Charts Center
    By Michele Lostia
  • 2005 SuperStats
    By David Wright
  • The Race in Action
    By Marcel Borsboom
  • Monaco GP Gaps Chart
  • Monaco GP Laps Chart
  • Monaco Laptimes (V)
  • Monaco Laptimes (H)
  •   ASK NIGEL
    Memories of Max and Bernie as team bosses

    What do you think of Mika Hakkinen

    Would Barrichello be better off leaving Ferrari?

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