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2008 Monaco GP preview: Ferrari

Ferrari have won 13 championships in the last nine years but haven’t tasted victory at Monte-Carlo since 2001: Year Best finish Driver 2002 2 Michael Schumacher 2003 3 Michael Schumacher 2004 3 Rubens Barrichello 2005 7 Michael Schumacher 2006 5 Michael Schumacher 2007 3 Felipe Massa How has F1′s form team of the 21st century […]

Video: 2008 Monaco GP Toyota preview

Toyota explain the changes they make to the TF108 for the Monaco Grand Prix in this video, including a comparison of the high-speed and low-speed rear wing configurations. More Formula 1 videos in the F1 videos section.

The best race so far – your verdict

After each Grand Prix this year I’ve asked you to rate the race. So which one did you like best so far? It’s perhaps not a great surprise to see the hectic Australian Grand Prix was rated by far the most popular which an average score of 7.6 out of 10. But after a bit […]

Monaco GP preview: Heikki Kovalainen

Heikki Kovalainen must be an early candidate for ‘unluckiest driver of the year’. OK, he’s not had Sebastian Vettel’s Series of Unfortunate Events, but he has had some rotten fortune: Australia – Strategy ruined by safety car Malaysia – Docked five places on grid Spain – Crashed heavily after car failure Turkey – Suffered puncture […]

Share your ideas for F1 Fanatic

I’m trying out a new feature on F1 Fanatic that allow readers to share and vote on different ideas for articles. On the side bar to the right of this text you should see a box with the title “Suggest an article for F1 Fanatic.” Here you can post your ideas for articles, polls or […]

Return of the street fighters

For the first time since the 1980s Formula 1 has a trio of street circuits on the calendar. Monte-Carlo this weekend will be followed by the Valencia and Singapore street circuits later in the year. And Bernie Ecclestone has indicated he wants more street circuits in the future, including moving the French Grand Prix to […]

BTCC: Plato fights back with Thruxton win

Jason Plato stuck the nose of his Seat Leon into the lead in the third BTCC race at Thruxton and kept it there – despite a robust attack from an unlikely source: Andrew Jordan’s Honda Intergra. Plato hit the lead at the expense of Gordon Sheddon, who lost his early advantage due to a puncture […]

WTCC: Menu leads Huff in Chevrolet 1-2

Chevrolet romped to victory in the second WTCC race at Valencia with Alain Menu converting pole position into victory ahead of race one winner Rob Huff. Andy Priaulx got ahead of Menu at the start but within a few laps the superior pace of the Chevrolet told and Menu molved back ahead. Rob Huff made […]

BTCC: Two wins for Onslow-Cole at Thruxton

Tom Onslow-Cole has given himself the perfect present for the birthday he celebrated on Friday by winning the first two BTCC races of the day at Thruxton. In both events he ran second before the leader dropped back with a puncture. In race one it was Gordon Sheddon who led the way in his Honda […]

Video: Four decades of Monaco onboard

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The famous Monte-Carlo street circuit has held the Monaco Grand Prix since 1929, and was on the first world championship calendar in 1950. Since those early days the track has evolved, sprouting new corners, shifting its pits between three different locations and being completely overhauled to improve safety. The onboard videos from the 1970s up […]