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Formula one’s mostly forgotten stand-in drivers part 2

Stand-in drivers, the drivers we mostly forget about though play sometimes a huge roll for teams. They are often at short notice in the car for most various reasons. During the covid pandemic, we have seen several stand-in drivers, well not really stand-in like Russell taking place in the Mercedes because of Hamilton or Kubica instead of Kimi. However, do you remember John Watson in 1975 for Team Lotus and
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Weekly column 5: Let’s keep the Formula 1 special!

Yes, i know a weekly column that appears randomly once in two months, or twice a week. However, it’s about the message that I want to bring to you, to warp you right in some discussion. Recently the Formula One announced a Grand Prix calendar of 23 Grand Prix. First, I thought it was a joke. Then I understood it was the real deal. I really don’t understand this. Well
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Formula one’s almost stand-in drives

Besides the stand-in drivers there is also another group. The almost stand-in drives. Why would you cover these? Well, if you see the names that appear during the research of the subject and see the story behind it. These are worth sharing! Most of the almost drives are long forgotten by the most fans. It makes it only more worthwhile to dive into these stories and uncover the full story.
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Formula one’s mostly forgotten stand-in drivers part 1

Stand-in drivers, the drivers we mostly forget about though play sometimes a huge roll for teams. They are often at short notice in the car for most various reasons. During the covid pandemic, we have seen several stand-in drivers, well not really stand-in like Russell taking place in the Mercedes because of Hamilton or Kubica instead of Kimi. However, do you remember Anthony Davidson who stand-in at Minardi in 2002
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Weekly column 4: WeSayNoToSaudiArabia

It is called the weekly column though i’m aware it is far from a weekly column. Whenever I feel like it, I will write one. Mostly about topics, I’m discussing about, worrying about or just have an opinion about to share. Those who follow UnracedF1 as well on the socials aren’t surprised for this time its about WeSayNoToSaudiArabia. The last weeks my involvement intensified with this campaign against the Grand
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Weekly Column 3: What will the future bring?

It is called the weekly column though i’m aware it is far from a weekly column. Whenever I feel like it, I will write one. However, in this column I want to talk about the current state the Formula One is. A lot of plans are discussed, there are plenty of rumours an idea’s how the Formula One should look like. To be fair I lost counting and my view
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Weekly Column 2: The FIA killed autosport

Well you did it. I hear you saying it to yourself looking at the title of this weekly column. The FIA killed autosport. There will be a lot of you who disagree with this opinion. Or don’t understand the title. Does he mean racing in shitty countries with Formula One cars? No, i actually mean that the FIA killed the opportunity for young drivers to develop themselves. Right now you
RaceReporter
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RaceReporter: De F1 podcast die je moet beluisteren

RaceReporter is een van de eerste Nederlandstalige podcasts in Nederland die zich vooral richten op de Formule 1. De eerst podcast verscheen alweer in 2017, en afgelopen weekend was de primeur van de 100e podcast alweer! Tijd om wat aandacht te schenken aan een van de weinige podcasts die mij wel konden boeien. Door hun verhalen, de kennis en het genot waarmee ze zelf de podcast lijken te maken. Nee
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Weekly Column 1: Max Mosley

Ik wou deze column eigenlijk gaan toewijden aan de voetbal hooli-hel dat de Zandvoortse Grand Prix zal gaan worden. De frictie is namelijk steeds meer voelbaar als we de socials als leidraad nemen. Echter kwam toen ik net brak wakker was geworden het bericht binnen dat Max Mosley was overleden. Een bericht dat me nogal schokte om eerlijk te zijn. De voormalige baas van de FIA, de man die de
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Fuelled by high energetic addict fanatics

Nee ik heb niets raars op met zo’n titel. Fuelled by high energetic addict fanatics is zoals het zou moeten zijn in de Formule 1. Fans die helemaal op gaan in de gevechten op de baan. Die helemaal op gaan in de races en de teams en rijders, fans die vooral een hechte community vormen. Jammer genoeg is dat tegenwoordig niet meer de ervaring, de hechte community die het ooit