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Jason Rodgers Mar 21
Ayrton Senna would have been 60 today. A 3x World Champion. A national hero. And perhaps the most iconic F1 driver in history. Enjoy his "Lap of the Gods" from Donington in 1993.
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chris harris Feb 4
Hopefully by 2035 there will be a usable charging network in the UK. And a new battery technology that doesn’t rely on lithium and cobalt will have been invented. And we’ll be producing the vast amount of extra electricity we’ll need. Hopefully.
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Damon Hill Nov 13
25 years ago this morning all hell was breaking loose! A lot of very tired and grumpy people venting bile at the TV. All I can say is I'm so sorry for getting you out of bed!
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Bidwritingracing Oct 14
Replying to @F1 @Charles_Leclerc
Good skills!
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Philip Serrell Oct 2
Forget all the others - please this is the one
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Karl Ludvigsen Aug 27
Rico Steinemann, Steve McQueen and Neile Adams admire the silverware Steve and Peter Revson won with second place at Sebring in 1970. The whole dramatic story is in the all-new "Porsche: Excellence Was Expected" on sale here:
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Bidwritingracing Aug 16
Fingers crossed for you Philip!
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Bidwritingracing Aug 3
Replying to @karlcars
Looking forward to reading this book!
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Bidwritingracing Jun 24
Replying to @philipstader
In Milton Keynes they have put up a piece of sculpture and painted a pillar box gold for someone getting that far in the sand!
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Bidwritingracing Jun 21
Philip, Stop winding the Marshall’s up!
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Bidwritingracing Jun 16
If in doubt.....flat out!
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Bidwritingracing Jun 16
It looks awesome!
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Bidwritingracing Jun 16
11/10 for effort!
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Piers Thynne Jun 16
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Peter DeLorenzo May 16
LOOKING BACK WHILE LOOKING AHEAD, PART II. Indianapolis Motor Speedway, May, 1964. Dan Gurney (No. 12 Team Lotus/DOHC Ford) with Colin Chapman during practice for the Indy 500. Dan qualified sixth but did not finish.
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Karl Ludvigsen Jun 15
Forgot to mention that a special deal is on offer at the Bentley publishers for a lower launch price for "Porsche -Excellence Was Expected" with code EXCELLENCE-53, valid to the end of June. It's the end result of more than a decade of research into what makes Porsche tick.
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Bidwritingracing Jun 15
And no doubt it will be a stunning read!
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Peter DeLorenzo May 10
LOOKING BACK WHILE LOOKING AHEAD, PART II. Chris Amon in his Ferrari 612 P Can-Am car in 1969.
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F1 Images Apr 28
Jim Clark, Lotus-Ford, 1967 Dutch GP.
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Bidwritingracing Apr 21
That looked so good up to then. Fair play!
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