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THE WEEKLY JOURNAL - VOLUME 11, ISSUE 32 - AUG 10TH 2005
 

Stoddart's Equilibrium

After a couple of years of bitter political battles and constant survival threats for his Minardi team, Paul Stoddart seems to have calmed down and, more importantly, seems to have found stability for his team. For the first time in years, he talks about the next season with confidence of not only being on the grid, but also challenging for a higher-than-normal place in the Championship. Adam Cooper sat down for a chat with the optimistic Australian
BY ADAM COOPER
Turkish Delights

David Cameron had always wanted to visit the city of Istanbul, for its glorious monuments and famous exquisite food. So when the Turkish ministry of tourism invited journalists to visit the country shortly before it hosts the inaugural Grand Prix of Turkey, he showed up obediently only to discover that Turkey is the best place to visit but the worst place to be a guest of... Ahead of next weekend's event, he offers the Dos and Don'ts of the beautiful city
BY DAVID CAMERON

Heeeere's Johnny!

It was somewhat surprising to see Johnny Herbert make a return to F1 as the newly appointed 'Sporting Relations Manager' for Jordan Grand Prix. Will Gray caught up with the affable Briton for a chat on his new role, his racing career and what he'll be doing next weekend at Turkey
BY WILL GRAY
Measuring My Mojo

McLaren driver Kimi Raikkonen continues with his impressive form as he to tries and catch Fernando Alonso, taking a dominant victory in Hungary. The Finn, however, is failing to make Karl Ludvigsen change his mind about his chances of taking the Drivers' Championship this season
BY KARL LUDVIGSEN
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