One year of G-Force

This day last year, I set up this blog, and I have to say it’s gone very well so far. It only seems like yesterday that I started writing, and this site has progressed nicely this year!

There were problems, of course. Lots of work since September has meant that I couldn’t write as much as I could, near the end of the season. Hopefully though I’ll be able to keep writing all the way though the off-season.

Being the site’s first birthday, I thought it appropriate to announce a few changes, coming into place over the next few months:

  • A complete re-writing of the driver and team bios, over the winter
  • Replacing the Forgotten Heroes series (one more article left there) with another one, I’m currently considering a few options as to which one to write about next
  • Introduce more comprehensive reviews of Grand Prix weekends, details will come later

Thanks very much for reading my blog, and here’s to another year of Formula 1!


2 responses to “One year of G-Force

  1. pickle92 November 29, 2010 at 21:43

    Happy Anniversary! 😀
    It only seems like yesterday that I started my blog as well (early November 2009).
    BTW: Just out of interest, who are your top 10 ‘Grand Prix’ drivers (not just from 1950 onwards)? My top 10 will be appearing on my blog over the winter.

    • ciaranmor November 29, 2010 at 23:50

      I would say Schumacher, Gilles Villeneuve, Senna, Prost, Fangio, Jim Clark, and from the pre 1950’s, I’d go for Tazio Nuvolari, Luigi Fagioli, Nino Farina, and Alberto Ascari.
      Looking forward to the post!

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