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Not the 2012 F1 News - Part 2

Not the 2012 F1 News - Part 2

Patty concludes our post-Festive silliness, as well as our efforts to add new stuff to the site while we're all on holiday, with a look at the stories that almost certainly won't be making the headlines in the second half of 2012.

 

Not the 2012 F1 News - Part 1

Not the 2012 F1 News - Part 1

To keep the website ticking over during the brief New Year shutdown, Patronise F1 gazes deeply into its renowned crystal ball, and looks at what will be making the headlines in the forthcoming year. Or, y'know, what won't be.

Dan Wheldon 1978 - 2011

Dan Wheldon 1978 - 2011

Indycar racing, and motorsport in general, is in mourning, after the death of former series champion and two-time Indy 500 winner Dan Wheldon from injuries sustained in a crash during the Las Vegas Indy 300 race on Sunday. 

Not the 2011 F1 news - Part 2

Not the 2011 F1 news - Part 2

The festive spirit (aka the holiday laziness) gripping Patronise F1 right now continues, with the second part of our look forward to the headlines that will almost certainly be made throughout the next 12 months of F1 controversy and chaos.

Not the 2011 F1 news - Part 1

Not the 2011 F1 news - Part 1

With the festive period now upon us, and F1's newswires closing down for a few days, PatroniseF1 can exclusively reveal the news stories that will be making the headlines in 2011, thanks to the use of a DeLorean and 1.21 gigawatts of power.

Not the 2010 F1 news

Not the 2010 F1 news

As we approach the festive dullness of the Christmas period, and the gin that goes with it, Patronise F1 gazes into it's crystal balls to take a guess at what might possibly happen over the next 12 months of F1 fun. But probably won't.

The Superbowl - The English Way

The Superbowl - The English Way
In a relative coup for the beleaguered execs at BBC Sport, the corporation secured the terrestrial broadcast rights for Superbowl XLII, meaning that BBC2 would host the event for the first time in its long history. Having tuned in for the past four Superbowls through hit-and-miss broadcasts from Sky, Channel 5 and ITV, it was of some (limited) interest to us at Patronise to see if the stuffy, uptight Beeb could get it right.