I was in Provincetown for the weekend (bypassed by Hannah almost totally) and the really cute guest house we stayed at did not receive SpeedTV. So I missed the live broadcast of what seems like the best Formula One race of the past several seasons. Hamilton Fights Back for Spa Win [BBC News]. Making things worse, however, my DirecTV HD-DVR froze on Saturday night, so the race was not recorded, either. Technology can be really annoying sometimes!! Luckily the race will be re-aired Wednesday afternoon, and I can watch it knowing that the Belgian GP race stewards disqualified the winner, a decision Nicki Lauda called the “most perverted judgment” he had ever witnessed in the sport.
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- Lewis Hamilton hoping for clean weekend at the Hungarian Grand Prix July 21, 2014
- Jenson Button admits he overreacted after crash with Lewis Hamilton July 20, 2014
- Nico Rosberg wins F1s German Grand Prix with Lewis Hamilton third July 20, 2014
- Sport picture of the day: Felipe Massa flips up July 20, 2014