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Controlled Chaos

Controlled Chaos

Navigating the Variante del Rettifilo, Monza's tight, first chicane, is always a challenge, especially at the start. This shot is from the 1988 Italian Grand Prix, often remembered for the emotional 1-2 finish by the Scuderia Ferrari, and the only race of the 1988 season McLaren-Honda failed to Full Article...

Remembering Gethin

Remembering Gethin

Peter Gethin drove a V12 Yardley BRM to slipstreaming victory at a pre-chicane Monza in the 1971 Italian GP, in what is still the closest finish ever for a Formula One race. Gethin passed away, age 71, this week. Full Article...

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