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Norris....a personal note. You mentioned Rick Morris in your column. I raced Formula Vee with a Rick Morris way back in the stone age. Same guy? If so, please send him my regards. kenchevis289@gmail.com.

Interestingly Norris, the German media is now reporting that Alonso will return to Enstone and drive for Lotus next year replacing Kimi who will return to Ferrari. Alonso will take Santander with him and his salary assured by Renault. We should hear more by Wednesday I predict...

Minor correction required: Lauda won his last title in 1984. 1985 was a poor year, and that's when he retired for good.
The trailer of the movie suggests to me a cheasy one, but hopefully not as bad as Driven was by Stallone.

A journalist did ask Lauda that question. It is true James did not hit him. But, as scriptwriter Peter Morgan said in a Q&A in London last week, it was the kind of thing James could have done and the guy completely deserved it! Rapturous applause ensued...

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