Alonso edges further ahead with sixth victory

2006 Canadian Grand Prix ReviewPosted on | Author Keith Collantine

Fernando Alonso stretched his winning streak to four consecutive triumphs with an emphatic victory in Montreal. If he could be disappointed with any part of his day, it would be that Michael Schumacher took a somewhat fortunate second, so Alonso extends his championship lead by only two points. The shape of the race was largely … Continue reading Alonso edges further ahead with sixth victory

100 Greatest F1 Videos – Part VII (40-31)

Posted on | Author Keith Collantine

In today’s installment, the passing move that made Jacques Villeneuve a star, a thoroughly revolutionary Formula One car, and surely the most embarassing thing that ever happened to Antonio Pizzonia. Read on for the next ten of our Greatest F1 videos ever. Tags f1 / formula one / grand prix / motor sport / video … Continue reading 100 Greatest F1 Videos – Part VII (40-31)

“Memories of James Hunt” (Christopher Hilton, 2006)

Posted on | Author Keith Collantine

Memories of James Hunt is a fine accompaniment to Gerald Donaldson’s accomplished biography James Hunt – but by no means a replacement for it. Prolific Formula One writer Christopher Hilton presents hundreds of quotes and 150 photographs of the 1976 World Championship in a slender, square, hardback book. It pays suitable homage to Hunt’s legendary … Continue reading “Memories of James Hunt” (Christopher Hilton, 2006)

100 Greatest F1 Videos – Part VI (50-41)

Posted on | Author Keith Collantine

The latest ten in our top F1 videos of all time cover various memorable moments from past American Grands Prix – including one recent controversy we won’t forget in a long time. Plus some excellent vintage on-board footage – and the fastest three-wheeled Formula One car ever seen. Tags f1 / formula one / grand … Continue reading 100 Greatest F1 Videos – Part VI (50-41)