Happy 100th to me!

Yes, this is the 100th post on Rookie F1!

When I started this I had no idea quite what I was letting myself in for, I hardly expected to wake up in the middle of the night with an idea for a blog, or for that matter find myself switching the laptop on to write a guide to Formula One fashion. Starting this has led to an invitation to the Red Bull Racing factory, and a desire to traipse up to Manchester to watch Jenson Button drive the streets. Through this I’ve met (virtually and actually) some immensely cool people who find an obsession with Formula One quite the normal occupation, where setting an alarm to avoiding missing the flyaway races is just ‘something you have to do’, rather than a reason to be sectioned. Whereas before Formula One was an enjoyable thing to do on a Sunday, I now understand far more and take pleasure in agonising over how to pitch my race report. And that is, in a way, thanks to to those I tweet with, have met and chat to. Cheers!

Has it really been 100? For sure…

On track and a little more sensible

The very first post > Korea 2010 – I’ll be honest and say I haven’t been able to watch this race again, so sad!

Welcoming the 2011 rookies – we’ve all got to start somewhere

Investigating the power of social media in the Formula One Paddock

Off track and possibly a little bit wrong

Formula One facial hair – the off season went straight on their faces

Because they are worth it – Hairography

The Style Guide – Schumacher in fur and an inexplicable Trulli

A day out with Formula One

The Red Bull Factory Tour: Part 1 and Part 2

Jenson Button in Manchester

Red Bull Speed Jam

So here’s to the next 100!

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