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Archive for December, 2011

Dutch GP 1967

Dutch GP 1967

If the Sixties had a single turning point, it was the 1967 Dutch Grand Prix at Zandvoort, won by Jim Clark with the revolutionary new Ford-Cosworth DWF engine in his Lotus 49. Full Article...

Driving the Formula 1 Circuit In New Jersey

Driving the Formula 1 Circuit In New Jersey

These videos offers a very different view of the layout for the street circuit (still unnamed) in New Jersey — informally dubbed the Grand Prix of America — overlooking the Hudson River and New York City skyline, where the F1 circus will descend in 2013. Full Article...

Michael Schumacher Singing Queen

Michael Schumacher Singing Queen

Michael Schumacher sings karaoke with friends to Queen's "Bohemian Rhapsody." Don't give up your day job, Michael! Full Article...

The Ring

The Ring

An evocative black & white shot of Denny Hulme getting air in his Brabham-Repco at the Nürburgring's Nordschlieffe during the German Grand Prix of 1967. Full Article...

Monaco 1992

Monaco 1992

Nigel Mansell in the iconic 1992 Monaco Grand Prix. Courtesy of Mark Stutton via TwitPic. Full Article...

Early Morning

Early Morning

The sun blazes over the drying track after early-morning rain in this excellent shot from Formula 1 photos | ESPN F1. Full Article...

The World’s Highest Circuit

The World’s Highest Circuit

Last October we posted a great photo from Red Bull Racing of the 2011 RB7 (with special ride-height adjustments) navigating the 18,380 ft-high Khardung La pass in the Himalayas. Here's the official Red Bull video to go along. Full Article...

Argentina Returning To F1?

Argentina Returning To F1?

Argentina is the latest country to show interest in hosting a Grand Prix after ground was broken for a new circuit 80km outside Buenos Aires. The South American country last held a GP race in 1998 and has a long history in F1 as the opening round of the season for many years. Full Article...

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