August 31, 2010

I have also posted updates at http://www.f1hoverpodracing.org as well as 10 others. Cor blimey mate.

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August 31, 2010

Blimey, it’s been a busy Tuesday morning. I have posted up-dates on many of the blogs. Try http://www.f1hoverpodracing.info !!!

August 31, 2010

Good morning Hoverpod World. It’s bright and sunny and a good day to do some outside testing. Check out http://www.f1-hp.com

August 30, 2010

It’s a Bank Holiday here in the UK today, just to wish all the team a great day and see you back at camp tomorrow at http://www.f1hp.com

August 29, 2010

Great and very exciting news showing at http://bit.ly/cFg846 for those who follow Formula Hoverpod Racing

Late Summer of 2010

August 29, 2010

September 2010

September spells the beginning of the end to the UK summer time but also is the start of new term for many of our technical supply partners who have been on a reduction of staff and team members and in some instance complete shut down for the summer break. This has quite a dramatic effect for the way F1 Hoverpod® Racing applies its daily routine. This does not signal a slow down period for the F1 Hoverpod® technical team, in fact the opposite is the case. It allows a period of catch up and a window of opportunity to assess the data provided by our partners and allowing a period of uninterrupted time to test and assimilate the vital information supplied.

News site

September will be seen as changes to the “News Web Sites” with some significant updates to the feature site at www.hoverpod-news.com although we will be keeping the Hoverpod® racing game running for the kids (and in some cases parents). The additional news site at which can be found at www.hovercraft-news.com will be providing some technical updates relating to some of the findings and developments that the research team from F1 Hoverpod® Racing have discovered over the period of creation.

Amateur & Enthusiast

The last few days of August saw the amateur and enthusiast doing their thing in Buckinghamshire England. We always show great respect and admiration to these guys who spend endless hours through the summer and almost all of the hours they have spare in the winter repairing, tuning and maintaining their craft that they personally show so much dedication and pride in their work, only to have such a short window of opportunity to enjoy in the often all too short summer. Here is a short video showing these 100% committed and dedicated racers. Good Luck you Guys and we wish you all a successful weekend and a safe racing session. Here is a short clip from the amateur race series in the UK:

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Autumn with F1 Hoverpod® Racing

Whilst the summer nights of warm breeze and dry days is fast leaving us behind, this does spell the time for testing for F1 Hoverpod® Racing as the beaches and coastline are largely empty and very quiet. Some of the testing is completed on a North Lincolnshire airfield which was abandoned after the end of the second world war but was home to some of the flying fortress aircraft from the USA. The concrete runway is ideal for land based testing and as the sea and in particular Donna Nook which once again has an association and history with world war 2 as it was (and still is) a RAF testing and bombing site.

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August 29, 2010

For those who are interested, there are some new updates showing at F1 Hoverpod Racing blog on http://ping.fm/5u9H0

August 29, 2010

Some additional points of interest posted with F1 Hoverpod Racing blog at http://ping.fm/7IUmQ

August 29, 2010

New information and update to F1 Hoverpod Racing blog at http://ping.fm/KoMPE

August 27, 2010

I bet I wake up bored tomorrow !!!!. Never thought of that. Oh well, can always Tweet if I want. Find us at http://www.twitter.com/f1hoverpod