Formula One’s last turbo era was a spectacular and vividly colourful time in the sport’s history. Here’s a look back on it in pictures.
McLaren stamped their authority on the turbo years, producing some of the most successful cars F1 has ever seen between 1983 and 1988.
The FIA has proposed giving a special award to the driver who sets the most pole positions during a grand prix season. Here’s who would have won it previously.
This Ferrari F310B which was driven by Michael Schumacher during the 1997 season is set to go on sale at auction next month.
The most notorious piece of cheating ever seen in Formula One took place on this day five years ago.
Sebastian Vettel and Red Bull’s rivals are hoping new engine rules in 2014 will help them catch up. But recent seasons give them little cause for optimism.
Sixty years since Alberto Ascari won his second world title, the wait for Italy’s next world champion goes on.
Mercedes avoided a serious penalty on Friday as Ross Brawn once again emerged as the biggest winner in an encounter with the hand of FIA justice.
The first ever Swedish Grand Prix, held on this day 40 years, almost had a fairytale finish. But hopes of a home win were dashed on the last lap.
Ayrton Senna scored his first win for McLaren on this day 25 years ago – at the same track where he lost his life six years later.
F1’s only race at Donington Park saw a memorable first lap by Ayrton Senna, an great but unrewarded drive by Rubens Barrichello – and Tom Wheatcroft achieve his lifelong dream.
An F1 car raced by Juan Manuel Fangio is likely to become one of the most expensive cars ever sold when it is auctioned off in July.
Kimi Raikkonen made his way up from seventh on the grid to win the first race of 2012 by making one pit stop fewer than his rivals.
The moment thousands of fans broke onto the track at the end of the 1992 British Grand Prix is captured on video along with more highlights from that year.
There are 70 different circuits which have held rounds of the F1 world championship. F1 Fanatic’s circuits history series is brought up-to-date with the six newest tracks.
Nigel Mansell and Nelson Piquet talk about their notorious F1 rivalry, sportsmanship – and whether today’s drivers could cope with yesterday’s cars.
The first flyaway round of the world championship was held in Argentina on this day 60 years ago. But the race held at the behest of president Juan Domingo Peron ended in tragedy.
Fans’ videos from the 1991 F1 season include new footage of the decisive moment when Nigel Mansell lost the world championship to Ayrton Senna.
F1 fans’ videos from the 1990 season include footage of Ayrton Senna losing victory in Mexico, Gerhard Berger and Nigel Mansell colliding in Hungary – and some of F1’s worst cars.
One of Nigel Mansell’s greatest victories came 25 years ago today on home ground at Silverstone – but his win had consequences for Williams.