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Archive for October, 2012

Vettel’s Third Straight Takes Championship Lead

Vettel’s Third Straight Takes Championship Lead

After three consecutive victories for Vettel and Red Bull, the last two of which have been utterly dominant, it does not look as though Alonso and Ferrari are going to be getting it back. Full Article...

Indy 2003

Indy 2003

Michael Schumacher took a huge step toward the record-breaking 6th of his seven career World Championships after winning the 2003 U.S. Grand Prix by 18.258s over pole-sitter Kimi Räikkönen. Full Article...

Official Singapore GP Race Edit

Official Singapore GP Race Edit

Official race edit highlights of the 2012 Singapore Grand Prix. Courtesy of FormulaOneExpert via YouTube. Full Article...

Vettel Captures Japanese GP As Alonso Is Shunted Out

Vettel Captures Japanese GP As Alonso Is Shunted Out

The F1 World Championship title is wide open again, largely between the top-ranked two drivers, after Sebastian Vettel took a lights-to-flag win from pole position in the 2012 Grand Prix of Japan at Suzuka, closing the gap on Fernando Alonso to just four points. Full Article...

Jenson In Japan

Jenson In Japan

Jenson Button in his McLaren drives through the lengthening shadows of the late afternoon race at Suzuka, Sunday 7 October 2012. Full Article...

Michael Schumacher Confirms Retirement

Michael Schumacher Confirms Retirement

Michael Schumacher confirmed in a press conference what aficionados already knew — that he'll retire from Formula 1 at the end of this season. Full Article...

Suzuka 1987

Suzuka 1987

Nigel Mansell's famous shunt in the Williams FW11B during practice for the 1987 Japanese Grand Prix at Suzuka, in which "Red 5" broke his spine and lost the '87 World Championship to Nelson Piquet. Full Article...

Gilles At Long Beach (1979)

Gilles At Long Beach (1979)

Gilles Villeneuve navigates the streets of Long Beach, California in practice for the 1979 U.S. Grand Prix West, which he won in the iconic Ferrari 312T. Full Article...

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