Max Mosley has been accused of helping Michael Schumacher win the 1994 world championship by advising his Benetton team on how to handle a dispute with the FIA. Benetton were investigated by the FIA following the fuel rig fire that engulfed Schumacher’s team mate Jos Verstappen’s car in the German Grand Prix. The FIA accused … Continue reading Max Mosley accused of helping Michael Schumacher win 1994 championship
Here’s a round up of the statistical highlights from yesterday’s dramatic Monaco Grand Prix. Spotted a curious stat I’ve missed? Then post it in the comments below…
Scott Dixon started on pole position, and he won the race, but there was plenty of action in between. His Target Ganassi team mate Dan Wheldon made the early running but dropped back with handling problems and ended the race in a lowly twelfth. Alex Lloyd, making his first start, spun coming off the final … Continue reading Scott Dixon wins Indianapolis 500 from Vitor Meira and Marco Andretti
Wet conditions got the better of Ferrari at Monaco allowing Lewis Hamilton to claim victory at the principality despite hitting the barrier in the early running.
It’s hard to pick a single highlight from an action-packed Monaco Grand Prix. But one of the most astonishing moments of the race was Kimi Raikkonen’s late collision with Adrian Sutil. The Force India driver had performed brilliantly up until that moment, never putting a wheel wide and lapping quickly. The team were poised to … Continue reading Video: Kimi Raikkonen hits Adrian Sutil and denies Force India a points finish
The Monaco Grand Prix has left the drivers’ championship race looking quite open, as three drivers have now each scored two victories. Lewis Hamilton has a narrow lead in the drivers’ championship but Ferrari’s constructors’ championship lead is largely intact.
The 2008 Monaco Grand Prix live blog has now concluded. You can replay the live blog in full below with all the pictures and polls.
Ferrari have the Monaco Grand Prix as good as won before the start has even been given on tomorrow’s race, right? Certainly from a statistical point of view it’s highly unlikely that the chasing pack will be able to disrupt Felipe Massa and Kimi Raikkonen and the battle for victory is likely to be an … Continue reading Monaco Grand Prix: thoughts on the start, the strategies and the weather
Wins for Bruno Senna and Mike Conway on the streets of Monaco means GP2 has had six different winners in as many races. The drivers’ championship remains wide open as Senna is tied for the lead with Giorgio Pantano. Senna won the feature race after beating Monaco specialist Pastor Maldonado away at the start. Conway … Continue reading GP2: Senna and Conway win at Monaco
A front-row lockout by Felipe Massa and Kimi Raikkonen gave Ferrari their best chance of breaking their six-year losing streak at Monaco. The red team seemed just as surprised to be on the front row of the grid as Lewis Hamilton did at being bumped back to third. A mere 0.052s covered the top three … Continue reading 2008 Monaco GP qualifying: Ferrari shock McLaren with front row lock-out
The Live Blog for Monaco Grand Prix qualifying has finished. You can review the coverage in full with all the pictures and polls below.
The 2008 Monaco Grand Prix practice live blog has now finished. See below to replay the Live Blog including all the polls and pictures. The next Live Blog will be for Monaco Grand Prix qualifying.
Monte-Carlo isn’t just one of the most exciting and demanding circuits on the F1 calendar, it’s a playground for photographers as well. Here’s a selection of high-resolution photographs from Monaco Grand Prix practice.
Last year’s Monaco Grand Prix was all about best buddies Fernando Alonso and Lewis Hamilton. Hamilton headed the practice times yesterday, but Alonso will have his work cut out to notch up a third consecutive Monte-Carlo victory. Who will win F1’s most prestigious race? Read my prediction and make your own below…
This weekend is the 24 Hours of the Nurburgring. The mammoth race with over 200 entrants takes place on the mighty Nurburgring Nordschleife, home of the German Grand Prix until 1976. I’m sure the following is no more than a pipe dream, but let’s allow ourselves a little indulgence here and ask, how could F1 … Continue reading Bring back the (real) Nurburgring
Is the American Le Mans Series more technologically sophisticated than Formula 1? Just one of the thought-provoking blog posts I’ve come across this week. Plus take a peek at the Monaco webcam, Ask Nigel returns, and more below…
Two of Formula 1’s most respected journals are digitising their comprehensive back catalogues. Top annual F1 journal Autocourse, and early F1 magazine and authority Motorsport, are publishing electronic versions of their early editions.
So often long-range weather forecasts ahead of Grand Prix weekends promise rain that never comes. But teams are increasingly wary of rain forecast for this weekend’s Monaco Grand Prix qualifying and race. Over at Autosport Geoff Creighton and Emlyn Hughes have finely honed the science of predicting the weather forecast for a Grand Prix weekend … Continue reading 2008 Monaco GP preview: Rain
Regular F1 Fanatic commenter Robert McKay has written a guest article looking at what F1 can learn from NASCAR – a subject we’ve looked at here before. Here’s his take on America’s favourite motor sport. I?óÔé¼Ôäóve recently started watching Sky?óÔé¼Ôäós NASCAR coverage. Readers of Keith?óÔé¼Ôäós other blog, Maximum Motorsport, will know he?óÔé¼Ôäós a bit annoyed … Continue reading What F1 can learn from NASCAR II