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THE WEEKLY JOURNAL - VOLUME 11, ISSUE 33 - AUG 17TH 2005
 

The Tilkedrom

After Sepang, Bahrain and the Shanghai circuit, the new Istanbul Otodrom is the fourth track Hermann Tilke has designed and constructed from scratch. But Istanbul promises to be unlike any other Tilke track seen before: it promises the drivers one hell of a bumpy ride. Adam Cooper talked to the proud, and nervous designer - as well as BAR's third driver Anthony Davidson, who talks him through a virtual lap of the unknown
BY ADAM COOPER
The Kahne Mutiny

What can Jenson Button and Frank Williams learn from the case of NASCAR driver Kasey Kahne and his former employer, Ford Motor Company? And in contrast, what could they learn from Titanic survivor Lucy Lady Duff-Gordan? Attorney at law Thomas O'Keefe talks law, as he looks at the latest Button tug-of-love
BY THOMAS O'KEEFE
Turkish GP Preview

Formula One roars back into action after the summer break, heading into the unknown as the calendar welcomes the inaugural Turkish Grand Prix. Tom Keeble previews the race and rates the teams' chances of success ahead of the 14th round of the 2005 season
BY TOM KEEBLE
  Turkey Facts & Stats

Why are Ferrari's chances looking better for Turkey? Who has been the strongest driver over the past six races? Who made a promising debut with Ferrari 14 years ago, and what happened 20 years ago this week? Marcel Schot brings these answers and more
BY MARCEL SCHOT
 
Bookworm Critique
BY MARK GLENDENNING
  ASK NIGEL
Should Jenson Button honour his contracts?

How fit is someone like Alain Prost today?

Are there other racing series you follow?

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