Tag // Dams

Big shoes to fill in

By GP2 Asia - | Comments: 5 comments

We all know this space belongs to one David Cameron (no, not that one – the other one) who has treated you with some of the best, funniest pieces of inside look at the GP2 paddock. But sadly David doesn’t come to the Asia races which explains why for over six months each year this blog section is usually left dormant.

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Blame it on the rain

By David Cameron - | Comments: 5 comments

“You're not going to have an easy job with the blog this weekend,” Alexa noted in passing when we spoke ahead of my flight to Brussels: when I asked her what she meant she would only state enigmatically that's I'd see when I got there. But Spa is always a bit difficult: it's in the middle of nowhere really, so it's not the easiest place to get to, and it always rains, but after a few trips there you just assume it won't be easy and just get on with things and hope for the best. And I still love coming here, of course: it's Spa, after all.

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How well do you know your teammate?

By GP2 Series - | Comments: 5 comments

When we met with the Dams’ funny and laid-back pair we never expected to find out who thinks sorbets are healthier than ice creams, who simply cannot tell long jokes and who races... commando. And all the above is about the same driver! Find out which one now.

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There's something about Mary

By David Cameron - | Comments: 2 comments

Rain, unexpectedly named cars and commando tactics: welcome to Barcelona! “Did you get woken up by the rain last night?” Barbara asked as we walked through the hotel's front door and tried to remember where we parked yesterday. I was halfway across the carpark before I noticed Alexa had stopped at the car right in front of the door. Doh. “It was amazingly loud: I couldn't get back to sleep.”

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How well do you know your teammate?

By Feeder Series - | Comments: 2 comments

Where you will learn which Dams driver needs help from their team manager and which one loses their phone… every two months!

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