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Crossing the Line Backwards

Crossing the Line Backwards

In 1919, Andre Boillot won the first major post-war race at the Targa Florio in a most unusual fashion. Full Article...

Vettel’s Moving to Ferrari

Vettel’s Moving to Ferrari

Four-time World Champion Sebastian Vettel announced he is quitting Red Bull. Full Article...

The Limit: Life and Death on the 1961 Grand Prix Circuit

The Limit: Life and Death on the 1961 Grand Prix Circuit

Phil Hill’s Ferrari 156 was so fast that it became a point of contention in the elaborate game-within-a-game that preceded each race of the 1961 F1 season. Full Article...

Discover the Technology of F1

Discover the Technology of F1

This stunning five-part video series by Scuderia Ferrari explores the complex aerodynamics of single seat, open-wheel racing. Subtitled Italian commentary, as of the 2013 Formula One season. Full Article...

Spanish Evening

Spanish Evening

In the 2013 Spanish GP, Fernando Alonso sent crowd into ecstasy as the Ferrari driver and home hero charged from a P5 start to his first Barcelona victory since 2006. You can feel the emotion in this photo. Full Article...

Bahrain 2004

Bahrain 2004

Ten tears ago, Michael Schumacher won the inaugural Bahrain Grand Prix while cruising to one of the most dominant season performances in Formula One history. Full Article...

Alonso Is Wet

Alonso Is Wet

After a 4th place finish at the 2014 Malaysian GP, Fernando Alonso emphasized that "everyone in our team is doing their utmost to close down the gap." Full Article...

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...

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