Andrea de Cesaris articles on F1 Fanatic archive
30 years ago: Villeneuve’s last and best F1 win 21st June 2011, 9:03
Gilles Villeneuve’s victory at Jarama on this day in 1981 was instantly recognised as one of the great Grand Prix wins.
On this day in 1981: F1′s fiasco at Zolder 17th May 2011, 8:54
F1 counted the cost of a tragic and shambolic weekend at Zolder 30 years ago today.
The bottom 10 F1 drivers: Shortlist 30th May 2008, 15:00
Two weeks ago we began compiling the list of the bottom 10 F1 drivers of all time – the 10 worst F1 drivers. Here’s how the shortlist stands at the moment along with some of your remarks. Is there anyone missing from it? And who doesn’t belong there?
Top ten… Team-mate crashes (Video) 1st November 2007, 7:00
Say what you like about Fernando Alonso and Lewis Hamilton. However great the enmity between the pair was at least they never took each other off. Unlike this sorry collection of drivers from the front and back of the grid.
Watson surges to win from 17th in first Detroit race 14th June 2007, 7:00
Twenty-five years ago the F1 circus visited the United States three times in one season. The first ever Detroit Grand Prix was the second round in the USA that year.
The Magic of Monaco 15th May 2005, 20:25
Not only is the Monaco Grand Prix the most glamorous event on the motor racing calendar, it is also a living piece of F1 history. Drivers have gone to battle in the impossibly tight confines of the streets of Monte-Carlo since 1929. Nine non-championship events were run at Monaco from 1929 to 1937, followed by [...]
The Crash Awards 17th April 2005, 19:40
Like it or not, crashes will always be a part of F1′s appeal, as any form of motorsport. They are especially fascinating in F1, because these drivers are supposed to be the world’s best. It is in celebration of the fact that this isn’t always the case that we reveal the F1Fanatic Crash Awards. Every [...]
The Nearly Men 13th March 2005, 20:03
The Grand Prix greats are household names – even in car-hating, vegetable-munching, solar-powered homes. Ayrton Senna, Juan Manuel Fangio and Jim Clark are legendary names throughout the world, and all three appear in our list of all-time greatest wins. But what about those drivers who never got to show their talent, had a career stuck [...]