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New video of Massa’s first-lap crash 20th July 2014, 20:27
This video shot by a fan gives a new angle on Felipe Massa’s dramatic crash on the first lap of the German Grand Prix.
2014 British Grand Prix fans’ video gallery 9th July 2014, 11:51
A look at some of the video highlights captured by fans at the British Grand Prix – including a new angle on Kimi Raikkonen’s crash.
Pirelli reveal 18-inch tyre design ahead of test 8th July 2014, 12:14
Pirelli have revealed how the 18-inch wheel and tyre they intend to test at Silverstone tomorrow will look.
How John Button guided Jenson on his Route to F1 30th June 2014, 13:07
Jenson Button had only been out of karting for two seasons when he made his grand prix debut. He made his start in racing thanks to his father John, who died earlier this year.
Vettel drives Berger’s 1988 Ferrari in Austria 6th June 2014, 18:05
Sebastian Vettel got behind the wheel of a 1988 Ferrari F1 car at the Red Bull Ring in Austria, scene of the next round of the world championship.
2014 Monaco Grand Prix fans’ video gallery 28th May 2014, 12:00
A look at the Monaco Grand Prix from the fans’ point of view including Kimi Raikkonen’s problems getting into the paddock on his scooter early in the weekend.
2014 Spanish Grand Prix fans’ video gallery 14th May 2014, 12:49
The fans and marshals were showing their support for Fernando Alonso at his home race in Spain. Here are their video perspectives on the Spanish Grand Prix.
Fernando Alonso’s Route to F1 2nd May 2014, 12:01
Fernando Alonso was the first Spanish driver to achieve major success in F1. Ahead of his home race next week, here’s how he made his way to the top of a sport which was not widely followed in his home country.
Today in 1994: The crash seen around the world 1st May 2014, 13:02
The death of Ayrton Senna 20 years ago today stunned the motor racing world and would lead to profound changes to improve safety in Formula One.
Too many teams “throw money” at F1 – Haas 14th April 2014, 19:11
Gene Haas says he intends to keep his F1 team’s spending under control by buying in as much technology as he can.