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Archive for April, 2010

Korean GP Under Pressure

Korean GP Under Pressure

Autosport reports that this season's Korean Grand Prix is in danger of cancellation due to circuit construction delays at the new Korean International Circuit, let alone political turmoil. Full Article...

F1′s Lost Circuits

F1′s Lost Circuits

An interesting historical series by Pitlane F! Magazine. Spotlighting Autódromo Juan y Oscar Gálvez in Argentina. Full Article...

Legendary Lotus

Legendary Lotus

The Lotus 78 and 79 revolutionized motor sport by using the design of the car itself to produce downforce. They propelled Mario Andretti to the World Championship. Shown here in an early Internet b&w scan evoking the passage of time. Related Posts:Andretti—Fuji 1976Mario’s Somber Title Full Article...

F1′s Race For Asia

F1′s Race For Asia

Next week marks the seventh Chinese GP at Shanghai, one of six in Asian time zones in 2010. As the Wall Street Journal observes today, its all about business and economic growth, not sport. Asia has witnessed a new phenomenon: hosting a Formula One race has become a status symbol to display growing Full Article...

The Point Spread Isn’t

The Point Spread Isn’t

Jenson Button says he has been surprised by how tight the points race is so far this year, and the fact that there is still as big a premium on consistency as outright speed. The new scoring system introduced this season created a larger percentage difference in the points awarded to the first and Full Article...

F1 Coming Back To America By 2013

F1 Coming Back To America By 2013

Greg Engel in The Examiner writes that F1 boss Bernie Ecclestone "has made no secret of the fact that he wants the sport back in America." I'll believe that when I see it, Bernie. Full Article...

Adieu Gilles

Adieu Gilles

Gilles Villeneuve was a fiery tempered Canadian who earned a reputation for spectacular, aggressive driving, shown here in 1981 at Monaco in his Ferrari 126C, the first turbo car from Maranello, where he qualified second and won. Full Article...

Clark At Zandvoort

Clark At Zandvoort

Grand Prix technology has come light years from the days of the dominant Lotus Cosworth, shown here during its landmark debut at the Dutch GP of 1967 with F1 master Jim Clark at the wheel. Full Article...

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