Stewart articles on F1 Fanatic archive

Good ideas on how to improve racing in F1 28th November 2007, 11:00

In an excellent article in last week’s Autosport (November 22nd) former Jordan and Stewart designer Gary Anderson tackles the question of how to improve racing – and overtaking – in Formula 1. It’s a brilliant technical mini-study that I strongly encourage you to read – here’s a brief outline of his suggestions.

Questions for Jackie Stewart 16th October 2007, 10:14

I’m going to be interviewing Jackie Stewart for Auto Trader tomorrow. It’s fortunate timing given his current row with Max Mosley and, of course, the championship decider on Sunday. Stewart’s had a few of those himself, including a three-way fight with Graham Hill and Denny Hulme in 1968 (Hill won). Head over to the Auto […]

Debate: Rubens Barrichello 3rd September 2007, 9:00

Rubens Barrichello should break the record for the longest ever Grand Prix career next year, assuming he starts another nine races. Seeing as Barrichello has extended his Honda contract for another year, it looks as though Riccardo Patrese’s record for longevity will indeed be eclipsed by the Brazilian. He’s been a world championship runner-up twice […]

F1 2007 Preview: Red Bull 1st March 2007, 9:00

It’s a big season for Red Bull. You can’t recruit the biggest-name car designer in F1, mate his creation to last season’s championship-winning engine, and not get results. Testing so far has suggested that the team are in for a difficult time to begin with, at least. But if they can get the car sorted […]

F1 2007 Preview: BMW 25th February 2007, 9:00

Everything I read about BMW’s 2007 season rotates around the same hang-up. Apparently they are doomed to suffer ‘second album syndrome’, where a team that impresses in their first season struggles in the next. Case studies: Stewart, 1998; Prost, 1998; Jordan, 1992 and so on. But this cuts no ice with me. BMW are no […]

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