Stirling Moss articles on F1 Fanatic archive
Ten of the best… American F1 drivers 14th June 2007, 13:00
There were no American drivers in F1 at all from 1994 to 2005. But the country has given F1 two champions and a host of Grand Prix winners.
Soapbox: The Blue Flag Debate 3rd June 2007, 10:00
Regular commenter Clive Allen has something to say about the blue flag rule. Got a gripe of your own? Get in touch and tell us what you want to write about. Anthony Davidson’s penalty at Monaco this year highlighted a problem with the rules governing blue flags. “Three strikes and you’re out” has been the […]
Monaco Grand Prix 2007 facts & statistics 29th May 2007, 7:00
The Monaco Grand Prix threw up plenty of fascinating facts: The fewest retirements in 46 years, the first consecutive winners in over a decade, and yet more astonishing records for that man Lewis Hamilton. Plus McLaren and Ferrari’s domination continues – and Honda finally get on terms with Super Aguri.
F1 in the blogs 28 – Stirling Moss interview 19th May 2007, 7:00
An interesting interview with Stirling Moss is our Post of the Week today. Also the problems with street racing, the apparent lack of talent in GP2 this year, and why Felipe Massa’s blog is rubbish.
Banned! Four wheel drive 10th May 2007, 15:00
Several teams dabbled with four wheel drive cars before the technology was outlawed but all struggled to get enough of an advantage from the technology to justify the sacrifices made on other parts of the car. Often it was only when four-wheel drive power transmission was paired with other technologies that would be banned – […]
“The Little book of Grand Prix Legends” (Philip Raby, 2006) 4th March 2007, 12:00
For this weekend’s F1 book review, something a little lighter than usual. “The little book of Grand Prix Legends” is just over 100 pages on 30 of the biggest names of the sport. There’s no shortage of similar books along these lines, so what makes this one stand out from the crowd?
F1 2007 Preview: Alonso shoots for the triple 2nd March 2007, 9:00
Fernando Alonso has a rare opportunity this year to become a triple-champion of the sport – something that only two drivers before him have done. Juan Manuel Fangio achieved his with different teams – Michael Schumacher won his all with Ferrari. And several other drivers came tantalisingly close – but failed to achieve the same. […]
“My cars, my career” (Stirling Moss with Doug Nye, 1987) 18th February 2007, 9:00
Having recently looked at F1 driver autobiographies from two different generations (Alex Zanardi and Niki Lauda) I decided to turn to another, even earlier subject – Stirling Moss. He collaborated on this fascinating autobiographical work with Doug Nye in 1987. Its structure is a simple chronological ‘guide’ to every car he ever raced, interspersed with […]
Gallery: Donington Grand Prix Collection 8th January 2007, 19:19
There are 68 days days of grinding, fingernail-chewing tedium until the new Grand Prix season starts. Happily, F1Fanatic can recommend two ways to enliven the tedium. One is to head off to Autosport International at the Birmingham NEC this weekend (see below for ticket information). But also make sure you don’t let the off-season pass […]
James Hunt: The Worst World Champion? 21st December 2006, 17:33
A feature in Arena magazine listing “The 10 Worst Sporting Champions of All Time” caught my eye, because it included James Hunt’s 1976 championship victory among them. “The annus mirabilis of Hunt’s career was really a bit of a farce,” writes Scott Murray. But was his really the least impressive championship ever won?