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THE WEEKLY JOURNAL - VOLUME 11, ISSUE 15 - APR 13TH 2005
 

The Star of David:
Deconstructing the Real DC


As much as he tries to play down the change in his attitude, David Coulthard looks like a different man. His days at McLaren now seem long gone, and the refreshing approach of his Red Bull team seems to have helped the Scot find a new lease on life that he is enjoying. Will Gray talks to Coulthard, his team boss Christian Horner, and his manager Martin Brundle about the new DC
BY WILL GRAY
Snakes and Ladders

F1 is like a game of snakes and ladders: sometimes a driver can get a push towards his goal, while at other times he would slide backwards. The 2005 season has been no exception so far, with several men having moved up or down from their previous positions. After the first three rounds, and before F1 goes racing in Europe, David Cameron analyses who has moved up and who has dropped down in comparison with the pre-season predictions
BY DAVID CAMERON



Interview with Toni Gardemeister

When Ford plucked Finn Toni Gardemeister from Skoda before the 2005 WRC season began, his team was heavily criticised for signing an 'unproven' driver line-up, and the 2005 year was deemed a waste of time. Four rounds into the season, Gardemeister is fourth in the standings. Mark Glendenning talked to the 30-year-old Finn
BY MARK GLENDENNING


Interview with Marcus Marshall

Marcus Marshall is a good representative of many drivers out there trying to find a way into a major racing series, with limited funds but a varied racing CV. The 27-year-old Australian has now landed a racing seat in Champ Car, and Mark Glendenning talked to him shortly before his racing debut at Long Beach
BY MARK GLENDENNING
  ASK NIGEL
Memories of Montjuich

What of Pierluigi Martini?

Has the 'one-tyre' rule proved a success?

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