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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...

Canada 1990

Canada 1990

Gerhard Berger leads Ayrton Senna at the start of a wet 1990 Canadian Grand Prix at Montréal. Full Article...

Monaco Is Hot

Monaco Is Hot

Classic Monaco. A glamorous anachronism. Full Article...

Hockenheim 1981

Hockenheim 1981

In the 1981 German GP at the Hockenheimring, Alan Jones for Williams waged an epic battle with Alain Prost's Renault — with the Frenchman starting from pole for the first time in his F1 career — on the long straights through the (now defunct) forest sections. Full Article...

Red Bull’s Maiden Win

Red Bull’s Maiden Win

On this day five years ago, Red Bull Racing scored their maiden Grand Prix win — with a 1-2 finish — in the Chinese Grand Prix, Vettel from Webber. Full Article...

Andretti—Fuji 1976

Andretti—Fuji 1976

Mario Andretti (Lotus 77) wins from pole in atrocious monsoon conditions at the 1976 Japanese GP, better known for James Hunt's 3rd place — earning him the World Championship — and Niki Lauda's courageous withdrawal. Full Article...

Mika vs Michael—Austria 1998

Mika vs Michael—Austria 1998

In the 1998 Austrian GP at the A1 Ring, Mika Häkkinen won from David Coulthard and Michael Schumacher to claim a 5th victory of the season and an eight-point lead on the way to his first of two consecutive F1 World Championships. 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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