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THE WEEKLY JOURNAL - VOLUME 11, ISSUE 35 - AUG 31ST 2005


The Brazilian Job
Rubens Barrichello's decision to leave Ferrari before serving the seventh year of his contract was a bold decision on the Brazilian's part, and one which could prove to be decisive when his rivals play musical chairs at the end of 2006. But how did Barrichello come to make the move and what does he expect to find at BAR-Honda? Adam Cooper analyses the Brazilian's strategy
BY ADAM COOPER
 
  The Formula One Fan
Four years after he retired from Formula One, Jean Alesi is still very much in love with the sport, following the Grand Prix season closely and badgering over the telephone his old friends in the Paddock for details, updates and news. But that doesn't mean he is happy with everything he sees. Jonathan Noble talked to the passionate French-Sicilian about his racing in DTM and the current state of F1
BY JONATHAN NOBLE
Italian GP Preview

Although the Tifosi will be hoping for a Ferrari revival at home, the Italian Grand Prix is likely to be another battle between Renault and McLaren as the season heads for a its climax. Tom Keeble previews the race and rates the teams' chances of success ahead of the fifteenth round of 2005
BY TOM KEEBLE
  Italy Facts & Stats

Which team scored the most points since the Indianapolis debacle? Who scored his first Formula One podium finish ten years ago? And what happened in Formula One 19 years ago this week? Marcel Schot brings the answers and more anecdotes ahead of the fifteenth round of the season
BY MARCEL SCHOT
 
  ASK NIGEL
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What is happening with Liuzzi?

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