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Archives for August 2010

Singing our way to Spa

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Jake Humphrey | 12:52 UK time, Monday, 30 August 2010

This blog comes to you mid-train journey home. As much as I'm still fascinated by getting a train from Europe to the heart of London, it can't quite beat my outbound journey to the Belgian Grand Prix.

On Thursday morning at 7.30, I was genuinely standing outside the Houses of Parliament hitching a lift to Spa. The slight cheat, of course, was that I knew a certain Martin Brundle would appear at any moment in his E-type Jaguar, looking like Kings Lynn's answer to James Bond. He was a demon on the Brussels bypass!

I've seen plenty of messages on Twitter from you guys saying you enjoyed our little road trip. If you missed it, I've uploaded it onto the blog below, and amazingly, as I write this blog, I've yet to see it myself!

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Beaches, parks, triathlons and Leeds

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Jake Humphrey | 13:50 UK time, Friday, 6 August 2010

Despite the fact that I'm writing this short update from my family home in the fine city of Norwich, I'm already pining for the cut and thrust of F1.

If it's any consolation for all the messages I've received on Twitter about the month break being hard to cope with, we had a big BBC F1 meeting this week and we're all set for some great content once the action gets going again in Spa at the end of the month.

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Behind the cameras in Hungary

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Jake Humphrey | 20:16 UK time, Sunday, 1 August 2010

Hi everyone,

Hungary was another cracking race, wasn't it? I hope you enjoyed it and the coverage this weekend. I'll do a written blog a little later in the week. In the meantime, we thought you would be interested in meeting the people responsible for putting the show together, so I filmed this video blog on Sunday evening at the Hungaroring.

Jake

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