F1 in the news 56: Jackie Stewart interview

Posted on | Author Keith Collantine

Jackie Stewart, Jaguar Racing, Indianapolis, 2004 | Ford mediaI interviewed Sir Jackie Stewart for Auto Trader this week – read the full article below.

Also in the F1 news Michael Schumacher took the Ferrari F2007 for a spin, Christian Klien and Vitaly Petrov are after 2008 seats, and Bernie Ecclestone still wants a Grand Prix of London…

Jackie Stewart: ‘Hamilton should have won’ – Jackie Stewart on racing the old N??rburgring, running Stewart GP, and living with dyslexia.

Petrov waiting for right opportunity – Russian GP2 racer wants F1 shot.

Hamilton race draws 10.4m viewers – Massive home support for Lewis Hamilton.

Schumacher in the F2007 for the first time – Could the German have won an eighth championship in the car?

The FIA World Council – Engine rules to be frozen for ten years.

Klien aiming to race in 2008 – Honda tester and former Red Bull racer wants to get back where the action is.

Bernie: London GP still a possibility – F1 tycoon still wants a race around the streets of the British capital.

Bourdais expects TC ban to help him – Four-times Champ Car champion not bothered about next year’s traction control ban.

BRDC Gold Star for Hamilton – Small consolation for the defeated rookie.

Photo: Ford media