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Michael Lamonato

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About

Michael is a presenter/producer of ABC Grandstand's national F1 programme Box of Neutrals, but his most significant claim to fame came during the 2013 Australian Grand Prix when he angered the French contingent of the paddock by accidentally opening an umbrella indoors. He's also done some other things, none of which are particularly interesting. You can find him every Friday at 10:30AM (AET) on ABC Grandstand, or talking largely to himself at any time on Twitter: @MichaelLamonato.

Member Since:
 
July 2012
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Melbourne

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Monaco could make or break Red Bull Racing’s season

Monaco could make or break Red Bull Racing's season

1 day ago

Red Bull Racing’s return to title contention hasn’t gone to plan.

Why Bottas deserves a new Mercedes deal

Why Bottas deserves a new Mercedes deal

4 days ago

There is no seat more coveted in this year’s Formula One silly season than Valtteri Bottas’s Mercedes berth.

Haas still learning to play with the big boys

Haas still learning to play with the big boys

17 May 2018

Sport is an emotional roller-coaster, and for no Formula One team this season has this been truer than for Haas.

Perception is everything in latest Pirelli controversy

Perception is everything in latest Pirelli controversy

15 May 2018

When the tiniest of margins can count for so much in Formula One, it’s unsurprising that 0.4 millimetres of tyre tread became a major sideshow at the Spanish Grand Prix.

The race to avoid pain in Spain

The race to avoid pain in Spain

11 May 2018

The Spanish Grand Prix is the traditional opening round of the European Formula One season, meaning it marks the beginning of a months-long, sustained push for rapid performance development.

Is F1 ready for a Miami Grand Prix?

Is F1 ready for a Miami Grand Prix?

8 May 2018

Formula One has been slow to revolutionise under the guiding hand of Liberty Media, the sport’s commercial rights holder, but the momentum built up over 15 months of ownership is slowly being put to good use.