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Chris Medland, who in his youth even found the Pacific GPs entertaining, talked his way in to work at the British Grand Prix and was somehow retained for three years. He also worked on the BBC's F1 output prior to becoming assistant editor ahead of the 2011 season

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  • Formula One needs to be unified itself
  • April 25, 2012: Chris Medland looks at why the Bahrain Grand Prix was allowed to go ahead, and how Formula One can prevent such a farce in the future

  • Bahrain Grand Prix preview
  • Rubber and rubber bullets
  • April 19, 2012: ESPNF1 previews the Bahrain Grand Prix, as hot temperatures will challenge the teams on-track, and anti-government protests will challenge them off it

  • Chinese Grand Prix preview
  • A clouded picture
  • April 12, 2012: ESPNF1 previews the Chinese Grand Prix, as protests and penalties already cloud the picture ahead of the third race of the season

  • Rewind to ... 1982
  • South African Strike
  • April 9, 2012: As controversy brews ahead of the Bahrain Grand Prix, we look back at a race that almost didn't go ahead when the drivers stood together in defiance

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