F1 DRIVER SPOTLIGHT: NIKI LAUDA.

On 1 August 1976, at the infamous Nurburgring track in Germany, Austrian driver, Niki Lauda, driving his Ferrari, swerved off the track and hit an embankment, before drifting into the middle of the track and being hit by Brett Lunger. The shunt alone was enough to cause panic, but, while Lauda was trapped in the... Continue Reading →

MEXICAN GP: TITLE No.4 FOR #44

By finishing ninth at a bizarre Mexican GP, Lewis Hamilton claimed his record-breaking fourth World Championship. By claiming four Championships, he surpasses the great Sir Jackie Stewart as the only British driver to win four or more. In the exclusive x4 club, he joins Alain Prost & Sebastian Vettel, with only Juan Manuel Fangio (5)... Continue Reading →

F1 DRIVER SPOTLIGHT: JAMES HUNT.

The 1970s was the decade of excess. It was a decade of glamour. It was a decade of mavericks. It was the decade of fun. No driver better encapsulates the 1970s than James Hunt. The flamboyant, quick-witted driver, with his devil-may-care attitude, brought Formula One to the front of the British consciousness. Hunt was a... Continue Reading →

F1 DRIVERS SPOTLIGHT: EMERSON FITTIPALDI.

Brazil--home of the samba, Sugarloaf mountain, Christ The Redeemer and some incredible racing drivers. Third only to Britain and Germany in terms of Drivers World Championships, Brazil has produced drivers of the calibre of Ayrton Senna, Nelson Piquet and the focus of this spotlight, Emerson Fittipaldi. Known for his distinctive sideburns, usually teamed with sunglasses,... Continue Reading →

MALAYSIAN GP: CHEQUERED FLAG TO A BULL.

Max Verstappen took his second career win in dominant fashion at the last Malaysian Grand Prix. Lewis Hamilton extended his Championship lead with second place. His title rival, Sebastian Vettel, drove a great race from the back to fourth to keep in touch with Lewis at the top. TITLE TUSSLE In the ultimate race, it... Continue Reading →

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