An explanation for the lack of updates

The truth is, since my exams finished I’ve been concentrating more on relaxing than anything else. Also, if you tried to visit on Sunday you will have been unsuccessful. That’s because a fire knocked out my host for around 36 hours. All back to normal now though, phew.

However, the Sunday downtime has meant that once again I was unable to post my promised bluffer’s guide (I have now missed three slots in a row — the first two being due to exams). I suppose I could have posted it today, but some good news has meant that I have decided to reward myself some more time off. So I have deferred the next bluffer’s guide to the next free Sunday slot, which will be between Canada and France.

Anyway, I’ll get back to regular posting soon. I have a few ideas about the future direction of the site, but more of that at an appropriate time.

In the meantime, I am preparing myself for the aftermath of today’s FIA General Assembly meeting. Whatever happens, it won’t be pretty. I normally don’t mind the rough and tumble of F1 politics, but even I am thoroughly fed up with this current nonsense. I just want it to be over and done with, but I’ve got the feeling that this is just the beginning…

1 comment

  1. Yeah I know exactly what you mean, I’m half convinced Max may survive vampire-like.

    On the other hand, if ejected, the whole “Todt for President” makes me nervous. The FIA really needs a complete overhaul, but I cant see any drive for institutional change.

    Petty I know, but if Max is rolled from office, I will enjoy a snug laugh at his expense, the man’s arrogance knows no limits.