100 Greatest F1 Videos – Part VIII (30-21)

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Numbers 30 to 21 of our top 100 F1 videos. Todays classic Formula One videos include a thrilling win by Jackie Stewart, a stunning pass by Fernando Alonso, a sensational lap with Ayrton Senna and… Taki Inoue. Read on for the eighth part of our top 100.

Canada: Starts and stops

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How the top ten lined up in Canada, how much fuel they were allocated after qualifying part three, and when they made their first stops. Position Driver Lap of first pit stop Fuel allocation (laps) 1 Fernando Alonso 23 16 2 Giancarlo Fisichella 25 (after lap 8 drive-through penalty) 16 3 Kimi Raikkonen 25 15 … Continue reading Canada: Starts and stops

FIA fan survey II

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The FIA have launched a second survey of fans’ opinions on Formula One. The first survey was conducted last year and polled over 96,000 fans. It found that, among other things, the fans’ favourite circuits were Spa-Francorchamps (pictured) in Belgium and Suzuka in Japan. Spa was dropped from the 2006 calendar and Suzuka is set … Continue reading FIA fan survey II

Bahrain best; Spain sucked

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The 2006 Formula One season is heading into a downward spiral, it seems. Fernando Alonso’s tightening grip on the world championship and the failure of Ferrari and McLaren to provide much in the way of resistance to Renault is bringing backs memories of Ferrari’s domination in 2002 and 2004. Our post-race popularity polls reveal that … Continue reading Bahrain best; Spain sucked

Damon drives DTM!

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1996 Formula One World Champion Damon Hill had a one-off outing behind the wheel of Bernd Schneider’s Mercedes C-Class DTM car at Brands Hatch on the Indy Circuit today. Hill, the current President of the British Racing Drivers’ Club, spent an hour familiarising himself with the car to promote the British round of the DTM … Continue reading Damon drives DTM!

100 Greatest F1 Videos – Part V (60-51)

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The backmarker that sparked a tyre protest, the triple-champion that grilled a two-time champion on national television, and the most controverisal race stoppage ever. All this and more highlights in part five of the greatest Formula One video clips. Tags f1 / formula one / grand prix / motor sport / video / f1 video

The Great Design Race

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Formula One fans in London should get themselves down to the Design Museum for The Great Design Race, an exhibition of F1 cars and engineering that runs from July 1st to October 29th. Examples of Formula One cars include the revolutionary ground effect Lotus 79 that Mario Andretti won the 1978 championship with and the … Continue reading The Great Design Race

100 Greatest F1 Videos – Part IV (70-61)

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Apologies for the 24 hour delay! Here is the fourth installment of our Greatest Formula One Videos feature, taking us from number 70 to number 61. Today’s ten have at least one clip from every decade of the sport -from verbal wars to championship heartbreak via first-lap shunts.

ITV1 will show Canada

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ITV have changed their television line-up for Sunday evening and will now show the Canadian Grand prix live on ITV1. However, live qualifying will only be on the digital channel ITV4. F1Fanatic would like to apologise for the eight hours of downtime experienced yesterday due to a server fault. This caused the postponement of part … Continue reading ITV1 will show Canada

100 Greatest F1 Videos – Part III (80-71)

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Today we have numbers 80-71 from out top 100 Formula One videos. Including a near miss at Monaco, terror at the Hockenheimring, and turbo heaven at Montreal. Read on for more. Tags f1 / formula one / grand prix / motor sport / video / f1 video

US fans get interactive F1

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Americans F1 fans will be the first to get interactive coverage of Formula One over the Internet during this year’s United States Grand Prix. Racing channel Speed are providing multiple screens via a broadband feed costing US$14.99 (???8.09) via SPEEDtv.com. The stream will also be available for fans to watch a replay of the race … Continue reading US fans get interactive F1

USA Grand Prix charm offensive

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American Formula One fans will be well catered for in the build-up to the 2006 United States Grand Prix at Indianapolis. Michelin, who sparked a huge controversy last year when they discovered their tyres were failing due to Indy’s unique (for F1) banking, have purchased 20,000 tickets to distribute among fans who were angered by … Continue reading USA Grand Prix charm offensive

ITV1 not showing Canada live

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ITV will not be showing the Canadian Grand Prix qualifying session or race live on their only analogue TV channel, ITV1. Qualifying will be live on digital channel ITV4 at 6pm on Saturday. It will be repeated on ITV1 at 00.45am. The race will be live on digital channel ITV2 at 5pm on Sunday. Only … Continue reading ITV1 not showing Canada live