In this week’s round-up of F1 stories – Turkey put themselves back in the firing line for an even bigger fine, Honda poach the Emirates and everyone is putting their money on Michael Schumacher. Read on for more… (all links external)
“This reaffirms the view that Formula One is an important showcase for technology,”?Ø trumpeted the FIA’s press release on the publication of the results of the 2006 FIA/AMD F1 survey. But the same survey also showed that the number of people who felt that technology was the most exciting aspect of F1 fell compared to […]
This exceptional photograph is just one from the Michel Comte collection, “The Face of Pace: Schumacher and Ferrari Scuderia photographed by Michel Comte” which recently opened in Maranello, Italy. Comte, a renowned photographer, spent 15 years following the Ferrari team and Michael Schumacher (although surely not both together, since they only joined forces in 1996) […]
The battle for the Formula One drivers’ championship has gone down to the final race. As much as F1 gets slated for being ‘predictable’, this is not as unusual an event as you might think.
Another look at the A1 Grand Prix debate in last week’s Trackside. Related links?âÔÇÜ?é?á Autotrader.co.uk – Trackside: Can A1 be number one? (external) Tags: f1 / formula one / grand prix / motor sport
The Japanese Grand Prix changed the complexion of the championships radically. Have a look at who can win what, and how, in our stats update.
The contrast between the headlines in last Monday’s papers and this week’s couldn’t be more stark. Fernando Alonso has gone from being all-but written off to virtually being declared champion by some papers. Michael Schumacher won admirers among even his sternest critics for his measured response to a heartbreaking late retirement. But quite a few […]