F1 Classics- Your Choice

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    If you could choose the F1 classics for the Red Button which would you choose?

    (for non UK viewers who won’t know what I’m talking about every GP weekend a driver picks classic GPs to be played on the BBC’s red button and it’s on their website too)


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    Australia ’96. Monaco ’96. Jerez ’97. Spa ’98. Germany and Spa ’00. Australia ’02. San Marino and Suzuka ’05. Anything later than that, I have on DVD so… :P


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    Hungary 06, Monaco 96, Jerez 97, Monza 88 and Europe 07. I think they’re different to the ones I said on Twitter yesterday, but I don’t care!


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    Australia 2003, Belgium 2004, Japan 2005, Brazil 2006, Japan 2008


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    Monaco 1982, Europe 1999, Australia 2002, Belgium 2008, Turkey 2010.


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    Suzuka 05, Germany 00, Europe 99, Monaco 96, South Africa 83. Full highlights for the last one.


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    Il try and spread it about a bit, chronologically speaking as most of the current F1 drivers seem to have races from the last 20years or so. And whilst i wasnt alive for some, heres my 5

    1) British GP 1955 – Moss’s first win & 1st British driver to win the British GP. Whether Fangio let him win or not is debatable but consigned to history.

    2) Italian GP 1969 – Close finish with 0.19seconds splitting Stewart, Rindt, Beltoise & Mclaren. Probably the closest 1-2-3-4 finish in F1 history.

    3) Canadian GP 1978 – Villeneuves first win, in his own countries GP and marks the 1st BBC showing of Formula 1 (till 1996)

    4) British GP 1986 – Firstly it was at Brands Hatch, which being located in my Village (despite the location given as a neighbouring village, i can assure you its not actually part of it) makes it a special place to me, and was the last GP held here. But won by ‘Our Nige’ too.

    5) Spa 1998 – The race that had it all. Big pileup, Rain, Pitlane confrontations, collisions, good racing, team orders, good looking F1 cars (IMO) and V10 engines.

    *Disclaimer – This list wasnt intentionally done with a heavy British bias, I really was just trying to use ones that meant something to me or ones i really like to rewatch (if possible)


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    1996 Monaco Grand Prix

    1997 Jerez Grand Prix (with Qualifying highlights!)

    1998 Belgian Grand Prix

    2008 British Grand Prix

    2011 Chinese Grand Prix


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    Nurburgring 1999

    Hockenheim 2000

    Brazil 2001

    Britian 2003

    Hungary 2006

    It’d be hilarious if a driver picked Bahrain 2010. :)


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    Spa 95, 98, 2000, 2008

    Hungary 98

    Suzuka 89, 90, 00, 05

    Interlagos 03, 08

    Nurburgring (european GP) 2007

    Spain 96

    Montecarlo 96,97

    these are the classics I remember by heart, there’s more I’m sure. Spa and Suzuka seem to prevail (the other years usually generate almost-classics, like montreal)

    from those I haven’t seen never, just heard about it French GP 79 and Monaco 82 are the ones I would waste my time watching, for sure.


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    yeah, like kingshark pointed out Nurburgring 99, Hockeneim 2000 (I would add France 99 or is it 2000? won by Frentzen) are also classics I would re-watch


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    Wouldn’t be surprised if Alonso would pick Bahrain ’10 Kingshark.


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