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THE WEEKLY JOURNAL - VOLUME 11, ISSUE 38 - SEP 21ST 2005
 

Test the Nation: the Debut of A1 GP

A1 GP will make its debut this weekend at Brands Hatch, with the opening round of 2005. The idea of running the 'World Cup' of motorsport looks promising, but could it really work? Tim Redmayne looks at the regulations and analyses the pitfalls and strengths of the new formula
BY TIM REDMAYNE
Helmut Marko: the Player
In a paddock full of ex-GP drivers holding different key positions, all the way to the top of the sport, Dr. Helmut Marko is an intriguing member who shies away from the limelight and whose importance is therefore easily underestimated. But the Austrian Red Bull director is one of the most powerful members of the Formula One circus. Thomas O'Keefe talked to Marko and researched his rise in the sport, offering a fascinating three-part portrait of the Player
BY THOMAS O'KEEFE
Brazilian GP Preview

The Brazilian GP could prove historic if Fernando Alonso clinches the title and becomes the youngest Champion in history - although McLaren will try their best to postpone the inevitable. Tom Keeble previews the race and rates the teams' chances of success
BY TOM KEEBLE
  Brazil Facts & Stats

Find out about all the possible combinations that would give Fernando Alonso the title, learn about Portuguese F1 drivers, and discover who were the strongest drivers during the European season. Marcel Schot brings the answers and more anecdotes on the 17th round
BY MARCEL SCHOT
 
Bookworm Critique
BY MARK GLENDENNING
  ASK NIGEL
The great drives of the no-so-great drivers

Great overtaking moves

What's the point of the current points system?

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