F1 drivers (past) articles on F1 Fanatic archive
Vettel drives Berger’s 1988 Ferrari in Austria 6th June 2014, 18:05
Sebastian Vettel got behind the wheel of a 1988 Ferrari F1 car at the Red Bull Ring in Austria, scene of the next round of the world championship.
Hulkenberg hails “best run of results” 2nd June 2014, 10:21
Nico Hulkenberg says he’s enjoying the best form of his career so far having scored in the each of the first six rounds this season.
F1 stars return to recapture Indianapolis success 23rd May 2014, 14:45
F1 stars Juan Pablo Montoya and Jacques Villeneuve are on the grid for Sunday’s Indianapolis 500, which could be the fastest ever.
Sir Jack Brabham, 1926-2014 19th May 2014, 11:06
After winning two championships with Cooper’s innovative rear-engined cars Jack Brabham claimed a third in his own chassis. He passed away today aged 88.
Ayrton Senna: All His Races reviewed 4th May 2014, 13:20
The newest book on Ayrton Senna is a race-by-race history of his career. But does it find anything new to say about F1′s most famous driver?
Senna ‘wanted to drive for Ferrari’ – Montezemolo 30th April 2014, 14:21
Ayrton Senna would have joined Ferrari for the final years of his Formula One career, the team’s president Luca di Montezemolo has claimed.
Formula E needs different approach to F1 – Prost 23rd April 2014, 12:19
Alain Prost says the FIA’s new Formula E series for electric cars needs to differentiate itself from Formula One to attract an audience.
Kobayashi disappointed his last-lap pass didn’t count 20th April 2014, 14:03
Kamui Kobayashi said he was pleased with his race despite losing a position due to a quirk of the rules.
“It was hard to distinguish one bit of awesome from another”: Ron Dennis on Ayrton Senna 17th April 2014, 13:53
Ahead of the twentieth anniversary of Ayrton Senna’s death, Ron Dennis gave a candid account of the most famous driver who ever sat in one of his cars.
Adrian Sutil says the new penalty points system for drivers is a change for the better because handing out grid penalties alone was not always effective.