Its fantastic that the feature coverage on the HotelTravel.com Formula 1 event guide highlights how the Japanese Grand Prix will again play a pivotal role as the tile decider, and that it could be Michael Schumacher's last race at the Suzuka Circuit
(PRWEB) October 8, 2010
HotelTravel.com's Formula 1 event guides turns its attention to the pivotal Japanese Grand Prix (from 8 to 10 October) and correctly predicts this race will be crucial in deciding F 1's biggest prizes, the individual driver and team championships.
HotelTravel.com Chief Information Officer, Olivier Dombey, said the company's Japanese Grand Prix event guide offered compelling coverage on two of the hottest issues in Formula 1 today.
"This year both Formula 1's drivers' and the constructors' titles are really going right down to the wire.
"Its fantastic that the feature coverage on the HotelTravel.com Formula 1 event guide highlights how the Japanese Grand Prix will again play a pivotal role as the tile decider, and that it could be Michael Schumacher's last race at the Suzuka Circuit," Mr Dombey, said.
Heading into the Japanese Grand Prix Red Bull's Mark Webber leads a tight pack in the drivers competition with 202 points with only 25 points separating him from the number five driver, McLaren's Jenson Button. The constructor's title chase is equally as dramatic; with leaders Red Bull Racing followed closely by McLaren and Ferrari with all holding legitimate title aspirations.
Michael Schumacher is one driver who obviously will not be competing for any titles this year. His first formula one team boss, Eddie Jordan, recently went on record as saying he was unimpressed with his performance to date during the 2010 season. Mr Jordan gave the then young driver Schumacher his first cockpit ride in 1991, has been among the 41-year-old German’s staunchest critics so far this season.
Away from this gripping season ending drama, HotelTravel.com also invites all Formula 1 fans to look through our Nagoya hotel promotions page, with rates starting from as little as only US$ 59 per night. It is packed with awesome hotels deals offering savings of up to 75% off regular rates.
Mr Dombey said: “We are delighted with the amount of interest our HotelTravel.com Formula 1 event guide continues to generate. The positive feedback we have received has come from both customers and race fans alike. All things being equal the content driven guide has struck just the right balance, proving both fun and informative in equal measure.
"Our editorial team is gearing up for what promises to be an extremely interesting final two months of the 2010 Formula 1 campaign," he added.
HotelTravel.com is also offering outstanding promotional hotel rates for the upcoming final three races in Formula 1 this year. For all the latest happening and outstanding deal near race venues, have a look at the HotelTravel.com's promotional page for the Gwangiu hotels during the Korean Grand Prix, Sao Paulo hotels for the Brazilian Grand Prix or for hotels in Abu Dhabi for the season ending Abu Dhabi Grand Prix.
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