The countdown to the Montreal GP continues but more importantly (to me at least) is the fact that South Africa 2010 is only 3 days away. And for all fellow tennis-lovers: Wimbledon is starting in less than a week. Or 13 days, to be exact. Despite downshifting, Sidepodcast is now bringing widespread sports coverage to the masses. But moving on to more pressing things like click-able links:
- A video interview of Sebastian Vettel has led Mr. C to label him mini-Schumi. I pffft at that.
- Red Bull has re-signed Mark Webber for 2011. Lady Snowcat highlights what I almost typo-ed.
- Joe chips in on the latest Red Bull news, and decides that Plum Park Hotel (what a delicious name) is a good place for a Silverstone gathering.
- Alianora has decided to challenge the impossible and define the FIA rules once and for all. Her start looks good, although it is just on the preamble.
- Leigh gets a head start on silly season and brings to attention how even Americans bow to the power of football.
- Apparently this is supposed to help in planning which games to watch. My guide is much simpler: watch Spain and Brazil and the final (where both teams will inevitably end up in). :D
- F1Wolf reminds us why the Montreal GP is definitely one to watch out for.
- Jon's dream job has just gotten even more dreamy. To Lou at least.
- Roger Federer has his retirement plan set in motion. First thing to do: secure even more money by tying himself down to a tournament for his remaining years.
- A discussion on technological technicalities has broken out over Apple's WWDC. I remain unmoved. :P
- Christine has updated her blog, so please go and read it! Her rankings have also been posted with drivers getting points for watching tennis. Rafa-lution!
- All good things must come to pass, people included. My greatest sympathies to the family and friends of Stuart Cable and Adriana Xenides.
- The obligatory self plug: for tennis, the Marina Bay circuit and just sports on a whole.
And finally I hope we can have a poll on which team is most likely to have a paddock bust-up. We need more on-track action guys!