Category Archives: Sport

Dopey

So it’s been a while since I blogged anything here. The world has been in financial crisis, the Formula 1 has been won by Vettel again, and I’ve been generally entertaining myself with family life and other things. Sadly last week we lost our speckled chicken Dopey. I can only hope that she had a [...]

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Kubica out for season

Renault driver Rober Kubica is out for this year’s F1 season – and possibly longer – after a serious crash in a rally in Italy. The crash left him with multiple fractures and he had to undergo extensive surgery on his right hand, which was partially severed in the accident. He’s due to have even [...]

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2010 F1 Championship

I should have posted this the other week, but the 14th November saw the final race of this year’s F1 seaon – in Abu Dhabi – and a newly-crowned World Champion in Sebastian Vettel. I admit, I would have preferred to see Webber take the title this year (he finished on 242 points compared to [...]

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Four remain in Grand Prix title fight

A red-bull one-two clinched the constructors’ title for the team, leaving the drivers’ championship to be decided in Abu Dhabi. Vettel took the win with Webber in second place. Alonso’s (slightly lucky IMO) 3rd place leaves him in the best position to win the championship, whereas Hamilton’s determined 4th place gives a slim chance of [...]

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Quick roundup

A quick roundup of recent events, because there’s a few things going on in the world, but none merits a full entry to itself – Ed Miliband won the labour leadership contest. His brother, David, now urging the party to get behind a great leader, went from a huge self-satisified smile, to an off-colour frown [...]

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