The 2007 F1 calendar appears to have been firmed up and once again the number of races has been cut. We take a look at the events that have been chopped and changed including the loss of one round each for Italy and Germany – coinciding with the retirement of Michael Schumacher – and the … Continue reading Changes to the F1 calendar for 2007
The teams meet for the first race of the season, with different looking cars, some in strange new colour schemes. Then, in no time at all, the chequered flag is falling for the final time and a new champion is crowned. This year saw controversy off and on the track, but the season was redeemed … Continue reading F1 2006 Review: Race-by-race
All season long we’ve been polling the users of the Autosport.com forums on what they thought of each race as it happened. The Hungarian Grand Prix was the early-season favourite – but has it been surprassed by the thrilling Brazilian Grand Prix? With all the votes counted we can now reveal which were the most … Continue reading F1 2006 Review: Most popular race
Relive the memorable moments of 2006 with 108 photographs from every round of the season. Including Jenson Button and Felipe Massa’s first Grand Prix wins, Michael Schumacher’s final victory in Shanghai, Jacques Villeneuve and Juan-Pablo Montoya’s last races and all the rollercoaster twists and turns of the 2006 championship – which was won in the … Continue reading F1 2006 Review: The year in pictures
Digital channel ITV4 will be showing the qualifying for the United States Grand Prix live. Earlier information on their website did not indicate whether the session would get live coverage, and the Radio Times website stated it would not, but the listing on the ITV-F1 website now shows that it will be. But it’s scant … Continue reading Good news (mainly)
Hermann Tilke takes some credit for eight of the current F1 tracks – but are they actually any good asks Ben Evans.