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Archive for January, 2012

Monza 1955

Monza 1955

Juan Manuel Fangio winning the 1955 Italian Grand Prix in his Mercedes "Silver Arrow" on the now-obsolete banked oval (Pista di Alta Velocità) at Monza. Full Article...

F1 Gearbox Technology

F1 Gearbox Technology

Formula One cars use semi-automatic sequential gearboxes with six or seven forward gears and one reverse gear. This video clip explains the technology involved. Full Article...

Honda RA300 1968 (John Surtees)

Honda RA300 1968 (John Surtees)

John Surtees' 1968 Honda Racing RA300, as exhibited at the Paris Salon de l'Automobile. His best finish that season was a 2nd at the French Grand Prix at Rouen (Circuit Rouen les Essarts). Full Article...

Bruno Senna Signs With Williams

Bruno Senna Signs With Williams

Bruno Senna will race for Williams in the 2012 F1 season, following in the footsteps of his late uncle Ayrton, who said in 1993, "If you think I'm fast, you should see my nephew." Full Article...

Canadian Grand Prix 1978

Canadian Grand Prix 1978

The 1978 Formula One season was all about the dominating Lotus 79 ground effects "wing car," but at the Canadian Grand Prix in Montreal, Gilles Villeneuve came home to take his first Grand Prix victory in the Ferrari 312T3. Full Article...

Turn 11, Suzuka

Turn 11, Suzuka

A beautiful shot of the turn 11 hairpin at Japan's Suzuka Circuit. Courtesy of Nico Rosberg via Facebook. Full Article...

Rosberg @ Buddh

Rosberg @ Buddh

Mercedes' Nico Rosberg during the 2011 Grand Prix of India at the new Buddh International Circuit. This was only the 4th time in the 2011 season that Rosberg (6th) finished behind teammate Michael Schumacher (5th), and the order could have been reversed but for time lost during Nico's second pit Full Article...

Boutsen—Hungary 1990

Boutsen—Hungary 1990

Belgian driver Thierry Boutsen in the Williams FW13B in the process of winning his 3rd and final Grand Prix at the Hungaroring from pole position in 1990 by 0.288s over Ayrton Senna after leading the entire race. Full Article...

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