FORMULA 1 HISTORY

    FORMULA 1 HISTORY
    Bas Naafs

    FORMULA 1 HISTORY

    Bas Naafs

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    10 Mar

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    It is with great sadness that today the motor sport world has lost John Surtees at the age of 83. Surtees is the only man to have won a world championship on both two and four wheels, winning the 500cc motorcycle championship in '56, '58, '59 andRead more

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    21 Feb

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    We almost seem to forget the fact that with every new F1-season Bruce McLaren's legacy lives on. After all these decades, that's simply astonishing. So is the story of how it all came about. Check the trailer.

    21 Feb

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    14 Feb

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    Forgetting Cupid for a moment, SuperSwede Ronnie Peterson would have turned 73 today. Ten wins and fourteen pole positions out of 123 starts. Legend.Monaco, 1971.

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    7 Feb

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    Been there, done that: who's the first Dutch F1-driver?

    Hint: One of 'em flew Spitfires in World war II and set speed records with a Gloster MEteor... yeah

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    4 Feb

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    TODAY IN HISTORYAfter showing dominance in the first race of the 1979 F1-season in Argentine, Jacques Laffite continued his display of French ferocity at the Brazilian GP. Laffite took pole-position, taking seven (!) seconds off of theRead more

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    5 Mar

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    Preview: a lesson on the American GRand PRix

    The 1908 Grand PRize; Newspapers all around America are calling it the ‘Greatest Event of the Kind the World has ever seen’

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    18 Feb

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    Graham Hill: a portrait

    He survived the bloodiest years in f1-history, he was meant to be a hundred

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    • Great article about one of the greats!
      4 months ago
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    11 Feb

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    TRUE FRIENDS STAB YOU IN THE FRONT

    Ayrton Senna & Gerhard Berger: ONE OF F1'S GREATEST RIVALRIES IN PRACTICAL JOKES

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    • Gerhard Berger. Motorsports God of pranks
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    4 Feb

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    A god-given talent

    'Senna was ready to die for his sport, Jim Clark wasn’t'

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    • Always held him in high esteem, great piece, enjoyable read 👍
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    • A truly incredible driver
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    3 Feb

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    Star-Spangled Rubber

    A short history on American teams in F1, part II: 1970-1990

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    • very short indeed
      4 months ago