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WTCC Porto 2: Priaulx back in the hunt

Andy Priaulx underlined his street racing credentials with an emphatic win in the second race at Porto. He moved into first after pressuring Jorg Muller into a mistake and pulled out a substantial lead after a safety car period to win.

Champ Car Toronto: Title leaders clash as Power wins

Championship leaders Sebastien Bourdais and Robert Doornbos clashed once again on the streets of Toronto – but this time with even more dramatic results than their run-in at Mont Tremblant. Doornbos thumped Bourdais into the barriers late in the race but escaped to score vital championship points. Will Power won another incident packed wet and […]

British GP 2007 review: Raikkonen takes control

Lewis Hamilton’s bid for home glory faded early in the British Grand Prix. Instead the two drivers many expected to be at the front of this year’s championship battle finally had their first major duel of the year. Kimi Raikkonen’s second consecutive win, ahead of Fernando Alonso, underlined that the Finn is back in business.

GP2 Silverstone sprint: Home win for Carroll

Adam Carroll grabbed the headlines at his second event back in a GP2 by winning the sprint race in fine style. Just hours before Lewis Hamilton took to the track in his bid to win the British Grand Prix another British star was wrapping up a win. Carroll made a rapid start to hold second […]

WTCC Porto 1 – All-Chevrolet podium

Alain Menu repeated his wins from pole at Zandvoort and Pau with a third victory on the streets of Porto. Chevrolet team mates Rob Huff and Nicola Larini completed the podium after an unsatisfying race dominated by a long safety car period.

Soapbox: I can’t watch!

Today’s guest writer isn’t short of reasons to throw her support behind McLaren – but Rachel says she’ll be watching the British Grand Prix from behind the sofa. Here’s why… Johnny Wilkinson’s mum was famously doing her shopping at Tesco when he scored the winning drop goal in the final of the Rugby World Cup […]

“The Ford Cosworth DFV” (Andrew Noakes, 2007)

Formula 1 as we know it today could not possibly exist without the Ford Cosworth DFV. How would the likes of McLaren and Williams fared without an affordable, reliable engine unit on which to build the foundations of their success? The DFV appeared in 1967 and variations of it were still being used two decades […]

British GP 2007 qualifying ?????? Hamilton rocks Silverstone

Did Lewis Hamilton just produce a mega-lap of outrageous bravery? Or was the pole position lap that shook the Silverstone crowd the product of a lightly fuelled McLaren? We won’t know the answers to these questions until tomorrow’s race – but for now Hamilton is the hero at home.

GP2 Silverstone feature – Zuber triumphs

Andreas Zuber took a confident victory in the feature race at Silverstone despite being pushed all the was by Mike Conway. The front row pair got away cleanly and won the race from Kazuki Nakajima. The Japanese driver was promoted to third after problems struck third placed Timo Glock and fourth placed Adam Carroll. Zuber’s […]

Soapbox: Bring back one-lap qualifying

Everyone seems to think the qualifying problem has been fixed – but Duncan Stephens of Doctorvee reckons there are still big problems that need fixing. Recently I have begun to wonder if I should bother watching the qualifying sessions. What should be done with qualifying has been one of F1′s most contentious issues over the […]