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Aerial Supremacy

Aerial Supremacy

Jim Clark in the almost unbeatable Lotus 49 during the German GP of 1967 at the Nürburgring. Full Article...

Lauda In Portugal 1984

Lauda In Portugal 1984

At the season-ending 1984 Grand Prix of Portugal, Niki Lauda secured a 3rd World Championship title, having used all his guile and experience to beat teammate Alain Prost. Full Article...

Tribute to Black Jack

Tribute to Black Jack

Nice remembrance of the late three-time Formula 1 World Champion Sir Jack ("Black Jack") Brabham in Monaco. Full Article...

Twenty Years On—”Seconds From Death”

Twenty Years On—”Seconds From Death”

Twenty years to the day after Ayrton Senna's tragic crash and death at Imola's Tamburello corner, we're still looking for answers to why the accident happened and how the Brazilian's eerie demeanor over that dark weekend portended his demise. These selected videos capture come of the memories and Full Article...

Hockenheim 1981

Hockenheim 1981

In the 1981 German GP at the Hockenheimring, Alan Jones for Williams waged an epic battle with Alain Prost's Renault — with the Frenchman starting from pole for the first time in his F1 career — on the long straights through the (now defunct) forest sections. Full Article...

Red Bull’s Maiden Win

Red Bull’s Maiden Win

On this day five years ago, Red Bull Racing scored their maiden Grand Prix win — with a 1-2 finish — in the Chinese Grand Prix, Vettel from Webber. Full Article...

Andretti—Fuji 1976

Andretti—Fuji 1976

Mario Andretti (Lotus 77) wins from pole in atrocious monsoon conditions at the 1976 Japanese GP, better known for James Hunt's 3rd place — earning him the World Championship — and Niki Lauda's courageous withdrawal. Full Article...

Bahrain 2004

Bahrain 2004

Ten tears ago, Michael Schumacher won the inaugural Bahrain Grand Prix while cruising to one of the most dominant season performances in Formula One history. Full Article...

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