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THE WEEKLY JOURNAL - VOLUME 11, ISSUE 16 - APR 20TH 2005
  The Journal
Sufficiently Confident:
Exclusive Interview with BAR's Geoff Willis

Talk about going from Hero to Zero. BAR-Honda, the revelation of 2004, have so far failed to finish every single race, with both cars, in 2005. But technical director Geoff Willis believes they will bounce back in no time, and he remains confident they can win this season
BY WILL GRAY
No Excuses: Interview with Mark Webber
Moving to Williams has given Mark Webber the chance to prove what he's made of, and the expectations are high - not least of all by the Australian himself. So far in 2005, the potential has yet to materialise. Adam Cooper talked to Webber, ahead of the San Marino GP
BY ADAM COOPER
    Must-See Racing:
GP2 Season Preview

After months of preparations, the new GP2 series kicks off this weekend at Imola, in what promises to be one of the closest of fields in any racing series in the world. David Cameron previews the season and explains why you really should follow GP2 closely
BY DAVID CAMERON
San Marino Preview
What milestone could Renault achieve by winning in Bahrain? Marcel Schot gives the answer and more anecdotes on the Bahrain Grand Prix
BY TOM KEEBLE
  Imola Facts & Stats
Why does Michael Schumacher have reasons to be confident ahead of Imola? Marcel Schot gives the answer and other stats on the San Marino GP
BY MARCEL SCHOT
  Bookworm Critique
This week, Autosport Atlas' resident Bookworm Mark Glendenning gives a raving review to Alex Zanardi's autobiography "My Story"
BY MARK GLENDENNING
   
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