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Your questions answered - F1 2010

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Murray Walker | 09:45 UK time, Friday, 26 November 2010

Was 2010 the best Formula 1 season of all time? Will the 'old' Michael Schumacher be back in 2011? Is Vettel a deserving champion given Alonso was in a much slower car? Will Webber ever win the title? Will Ferrari ever favour Massa over Alonso? Who impressed me most - Kubica or Rosberg?

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My F1 2010 season review

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Murray Walker | 11:36 UK time, Thursday, 25 November 2010

I've been watching grand prix racing since before World War II and I can honestly say I have never seen a season with more excitement, drama and intrigue than 2010. This is my review of the year in which Sebastian Vettel and his Red Bull team really came of age.

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Your questions answered - Brazilian Grand Prix

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Murray Walker | 10:45 UK time, Thursday, 11 November 2010

Do I think Red Bull should have allowed Mark Webber to win in Brazil instead of Sebastian Vettel? Do I think Mercedes and Renault will benefit from such a tight battle this season? Do I agree with Bernie Ecclestone's comment that Lotus are the only new team to have contributed this season? Do I think heads should roll at McLaren? Who do I think has been the best driver in the bottom five teams? And the big question - who is going to win the title?

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My Brazilian Grand Prix review

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Murray Walker | 09:38 UK time, Wednesday, 10 November 2010

Hello everyone, the Brazilian Grand Prix was not a great race, but it was a hugely significant one.

Congratulations to Red Bull for winning the constructors' championship, a new star is born in Williams's Nico Hulkenberg, McLaren seem to have lost the plot, and it's all set for a thrilling finale in Abu Dhabi.

I went to the Beaulieu Museum to film my thoughts on the race and you can watch it here.

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Send in F1 your questions

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BBC Sport blog editor | 20:34 UK time, Sunday, 7 November 2010

F1 commentating legend Murray Walker is waiting for your questions following the Brazilian Grand Prix at Interlagos.

A Red Bull one-two, with Sebastian Vettel leading team-mate Mark Webber home, means the drivers' title race goes right down to the wire in next Sunday's final Grand Prix of the season in Abu Dhabi.

Should Vettel step aside if Webber has a better chance of preventing championship leader Fernando Alonso from claiming his third drivers' crown?

And how big an achievement is Red Bull's first-ever constructors' crown, which was secured by their success in Brazil?

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