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GP Week : Issue 38
>>F1PREVIEW Kazuki Nakajima Don’t Look Back Into The Sun – The Libertines When he first arrived in Formula 1 Kazuki had a reputation for being fast, if a touch wild, after some mesmerising but sometimes crazy races in GP2. His F1 debut came in Brazil 2007 and at his first pitstop he took out half the crew. But he went back out, put in his fastest laps of the race and secured his future with Williams. He’s continued to have a few scrapes in F1, but he’s never looked back and never wavered, and we love that about him. Jenson Button Galvanize – The Chemical Brothers Initially we were going to go with “What have I done to deserve this?”by the Pet Shop Boys for JB given the shocking luck he’s suffered throughout his career, but with BrawnGP looking pretty nifty in testing, his luck may be about to change. What Jenson has to do this year then is to galvanize the new team and push it in the right direction. From the album “Push the Button,”(wink wink) this tune is fairly reflective of the energy surrounding the Brawn team in 2009. Rubens Barrichello Don`t Stop Me Now – Queen A few weeks ago it looked as though Rubens might be spending 2009 either sunning himself on a beach or plying his trade in the Brazilian touring car championship which has become, in recent years, the graveyard of the South American F1 career. But here he is, having topped multiple days of testing, looking forward to another year of racing in F1. He said last year he felt he was still improving and with a quick Brawn car, there’s no way he’d want to stop now. Giancarlo Fisichella People Move On – Bernard Butler Bernard Butler, like Fisi, has spent his career moving from project to project, never quite fulfilling his potential, but always showing those occasional flashes of true genius. This year he’s switched to production, winning numerous awards for being able to turn Duffy, a Welsh warbler with the most annoying voice on earth into the best selling female singer of the year. Fisi, too, is expected to hang up his helmet at the end of the year and move into production, of a sort, with his driver academy and FMS GP2 team. Adrian Sutil I Want Love – Elton John Well, we had to pick someone who could play the piano, given Mr Sutil’s reputation as something of a maestro in ivory tinkling terms and few artists can work a crowd whilst playing a piano like Sir Elton John. This track, one of our favourites by Sir Elton, reflects Adrian’s seemingly never ending quest to simply get noticed. He’s a pacey driver, but has never had the machinery to shine. The world champion rates him highly, so maybe we should give him a shot. 37