50 thoughts on “Merry Christmas everyone…

  1. G’day Joe,
    Monocular individuals lose stereopsis. I hope Santa brings all those one eyed fans some perspective.
    I hope Santa brings you whatever it takes to cope with next years calendar and a nice light white from the Marlbough region.
    Cheers, build

  2. Merry Christmas to you to Joe and all your fans – thanks for all the stories and thoughts this year which I think we can all agree was an epic season and one that won’t be forgotten.

    Enjoy your break

  3. Happy Christmas Joe, and keep your bulletins coming in 2022!

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  4. Happy Christmas, Joe.
    Many thanks for all the insights during the past year, and here’s looking forward to a similarly entertaining 2022.

  5. Happy Christmas Joe, to you and your family!

    Thank you for another brilliant year of informed insights and impressions.

  6. Joe, may and yours have a wonderful Christmas and New Year. Wherever we were our French neighbours were always hugely hospitable. Hope you have the same. Enjoy.
    We have all been the winners this year, a real cracker. Let’s hope that there may be even more participants in 2022.
    All the very best

  7. Merry Christmas and a great New Year to you and yours, Joe. Thanks for all the posts and news – wonderful writing!

  8. Merry Christmas Joe. As far as the season goes, at first I was mad, and then I remembered… that’s motor racing….

  9. Merry Xmas Joe. Glad you’re back on WordPress, I dropped off somewhere when you moved to that 3rd party site. This is much better. Great job as always on your writing. Thanks and appreciated.

    Bill

  10. Merry Christmas Joe! Hope you enjoy the time off with your family!. Once again thank you for all your hard work, heavy travel and for always bringing a level-headed perspective in your writings. It’s a blessing for all F1 fans to receive the content of your blog for free and a true pleasure to read GP+ after every GP. Your podcasts on Missed Apex are also a jewel that bring a lot of fun and in-depth thinking about the sport.

    Do enjoy the Holidays, Merry Christmas!!

    PS: this race mat is absolutely brilliant. I’d be happy to receive information about the retailers where it can be found… 🙂

  11. I reckon that race in the photo is going to have to be red-flagged, probably leading to yet more controversy…

    Happy Christmas and thanks for all the posts over the past year and more.

  12. Safety car Christmas Joe, thank you for your Perspective views on all matters doubted by disbelief and bias. Keep going, Cheers

  13. Looks like the cat has been playing with the grand children’s toys! A very Happy Christmas to you Joe and all the best for the newyear.

  14. Happy Christmas Joe, thank you for all your insight and sense – and wonderful travelogues – during the year. Hope you have a good break and can recharge for the year ahead. Best wishes. Richard

  15. Happy Christmas Joe, hope you get your well deserved break. Thanks for all that you do, I really enjoy reading your work, looking forward to next year.
    Niall

  16. Best wishes for Christmas and the New Year, hope you can relax and enjoy family time to make up for your frantic lifestyle (which the rest of us love reading about!). Ever thought of writing a book on “Europe’s lesser known corners”

  17. I’ll just add my season’s greetings to this list. I appreciated GP + and the Missed Sessions even more during this remarkable F1 season. Thanks to you and your partners for keeping it all in perspective!

  18. Merry Christmas and a considerably more straightforward new year!
    Thanks for all your work, and for the spirit in which it has been conducted.
    Looking forward to March and whatever it holds in store….

  19. Rob Dean will have a fit with his leg in the air at the train running amok like that. I’m not sure which he prefers…….his live steam Gauge1 or the cars he looks after for Mr E. A very Happy Christmas Joe and revel in the Christmas wide eyed wonder of your grandchild. I remember the day when my parents told me that Santa didn’t exist…………I climbed in my car and just drove for hours and hours :-((

  20. Merry Christmas to you too, Joe. I just finished reading Grand Prix Saboteurs and couldn’t put it down. It was a fabulous read. I appreciate the meticulous amount of detail and research that went into it, as well. Hope you have a great New Year.

  21. I’m late for Christmas but I sincerely wish you a healthy and exciting happy new year Joe. Thank you for all of your past and future writings here on your blog !

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