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Vettel Takes Place Among the F1 Legends

Vettel Takes Place Among the F1 Legends

By winning the Indian GP at Buddh yesterday, Sebastian Vettel vaulted himself into the realm of Schumacher, Fangio and Prost as one of now just four drivers to win four F1 World Championships. 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...

Belgium 1955

Belgium 1955

Juan Manuel Fangio driving a Mercedes to victory, with Sterlng Moss second, at the 1955 Belgian Grand Prix on the original, 9.3 mile Spa-Francorchamps circuit. Full Article...

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...

Six Top F1 Qualifiers

Six Top F1 Qualifiers

Putting your car on the front row, P1, has never been harder in Formula One than today, but it’s always been a difficult undertaking. Here are the best qualifiers of all time, including a current driver who is vaulting rapidly into statistical history. Part of F1A&G’s “Top Full Article...

France Aims To Resuscitate Its GP

France Aims To Resuscitate Its GP

French prime minister Francois Fillon is keen to get the Grand Prix of France — the oldest of them all — back onto the Formula One calendar. The last race on French soil was won by Felipe Massa for Ferrari in 2008 at Circuit de Nevers Magny-Cours, but ut the appellation "Grand Prix," indeed the Full Article...

Monaco 1956

Monaco 1956

An excellent and rare full-color photo of Stirling Moss, on his way to winning the 1956 Monaco Grand Prix, which he led flag to flag — beating Fangio decisively — in the gorgeous Maserati 250F. Full Article...

Schumacher “Past It” Says Stirling Moss

Schumacher “Past It” Says Stirling Moss

Stirling Moss does not share Ross Brawn's view that Michael Schumacher is struggling to challenge at the front of the grid because his car is in need of improvement. Full Article...

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