Jim Clark articles on F1 Fanatic archive
Jim Clark vs Michael Schumacher 25th January 2011, 18:18
By the end of this season Schumacher will have started four times as many races as Clark.
Jim Clark vs Nigel Mansell 18th January 2011, 6:21
These two British champions raced decades apart but there are similarities between them.
Jim Clark vs John Surtees 4th January 2011, 15:04
Two British title-winners go head-to-head in the latest round of Champion of Champions.
Top ten… Home Grand Prix wins 23rd March 2010, 16:10
Over the years we’ve seen how performing in front of a home crowd can inspire greatness in racing drivers. Can Mark Webber emulate great drivers of the past like Juan Manuel Fangio, Jim Clark and Ayrton Senna by winning his home Grand Prix? If he does expect a reaction from the Australian crowd similar to […]
Button vs the best (F1 in numbers) 29th May 2009, 12:00
There’s a lot of discussion among F1 fans at the moment about how Brawn – and Jenson Button in particular – are dominating the championship. So how far ahead are Button and Brawn? Are we set for the kind of one-sided seasons we’ve seen in the past? Let’s see how they measure up against F1′s […]
Button closes on ‘best start’ record 24th May 2009, 17:30
With five wins and a third place from the first six races, Jenson Button has made one of the best starts to the world championship ever seen in F1. His achievement equals Michael Schumacher’s in 2002, and is bettered only by Schumacher in 1994 and Nigel Mansell in 1992.
F1?óÔé¼Ôäós greatest winners (F1 in numbers) 28th February 2009, 7:00
Since Giuseppe Farina?óÔé¼Ôäós victory in the first ever F1 world championship race at Silverstone in 1950, Formula 1 drivers have been locked in battle to see who can be the fastest for the longest, and win more races than anybody else. These are the seven drivers who have held the title of F1?óÔé¼Ôäós most prolific […]
1968 South African Grand Prix flashback 21st January 2009, 3:00
F1 Fanatic guest writer Andrew Tsvyk looks back at a time when the F1 season started on January 1st.
50 years of British champions in pictures (Autosport International 2009) 8th January 2009, 22:37
One of the first exhibitions I wanted to see at the Autosport International show today was the celebration of 50 years of British world champions. Sadly there was no car belonging to Mike Hawthorn, the first British world champion in 1958, because many early Ferrari F1 cars were used to build later racing machines. But […]
Kimi Raikkonen to win four in a row at Spa? (2008 Belgian Grand Prix preview) 1st September 2008, 7:00
Kimi Raikkonen hasn’t lost a Grand Prix at Spa-Francorchamps since 2002. If he wins this year, he’ll match the achievements of Ayrton Senna and Jim Clark in winning four times in a row at Spa in F1. But he also hasn’t won a race since the Spanish Grand Prix in April. One of those streaks […]