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Aerial Supremacy

Aerial Supremacy

Jim Clark in the almost unbeatable Lotus 49 during the German GP of 1967 at the Nürburgring. Full Article...

Hamilton Claims Another Pole In Shanghai

Hamilton Claims Another Pole In Shanghai

Lewis Hamilton took pole position in a wet Chinese GP qualifying session, a full second in front of #2 Daniel Ricciardo. Hamilton was in irresistible form throughout qualifying, fastest in all three parts, and each time by about the same margin. And he could have gone faster. Full Article...

Monza 1965

Monza 1965

Jim Clark leads Jackie Stewart, Graham Hill and Dan Gurney in the 1965 Italian GP at Monza, won by Stewart after Clark's fuel pump failed with 13 laps remaining. Full Article...

von Trips—Monza 1961

von Trips—Monza 1961

The gruesome 1961 death of German driver Wolfgang ("Taffy" ) von Trips illustrates the dramatic change in values in Formula One racing over the decades. Full Article...

Who Is the Best F1 Driver Of All Time?

Who Is the Best F1 Driver Of All Time?

You can debate this topic until the cows come home, with no resolution. We try a bit with our Top 15 All-Time Drivers statistical comparison, but this nice video piece from CNN Sports illustrates the challenge. Full Article...

Colin Chapman On Jim Clark

Colin Chapman On Jim Clark

Colin Chapman's engineering genius for Team Lotus in the 1960s was matched only by Jim Clark's sublime and innate skill as a racing driver. In this first-person account, Chapman pays homage to his fallen comrade. Full Article...

60 Years of F1 Champions

60 Years of F1 Champions

Incredible. The Cahiers (father and son) have captured the essence of F1 motor raving with a series of evocative portraits of all the World Champions. © The Cahier Archive. Full Article...

Vettel Grabs 33rd Career Pole

Vettel Grabs 33rd Career Pole

The running was close in Valencia, but at the flag it was Red Bull’s Sebastian Vettel who emerged the fastest, capturing the 33rd pole of his career, tying Alain Prost and the late Jim Clark for 3rd all time. Full Article...

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