Wednesday, 5 May 2010

The F1 Resource list - Keeping fans in the know

One of the things I want to do on the site is have a dedicated page of F1 links that will include news sites, twitter accounts, blogs, podcasts and just anything that will be of interest to a F1 follower. This list will be going up on the site in the next few days and will be a fluid list as all suggestions for links to be added will be considered.

Hopefully this blog will become a good way of following the sport but there are many ways in which to do so. Sites such as Autosport and the BBC F1 site are regularly updated with the latest stories. The official F1 site provides live timing for every session as well as race edit and onboard lap videos. Twitter has become very popular amongst drivers, teams and journalists. It's a great way of getting all the latest info, especially on race weekends.

Some people also blog on F1. James Allen and Joe Saward both have established blogs. James Rossi has his own blog, offering his perspective on the 2010 season. James is also a member on the popular Planet F1 forum where there is plenty of debate and discussion. In the podcast stakes, Sidepodcast is one of the most popular around.

So look out for this list over the next few days. There will also be a resource page for each Grand Prix, outlining all the important info as well as a clip from a past race and a quiz. If you have any links you feel should be added or updated to the resource list then please let me know.

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