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Button records new personal best in London Marathon

For just the third time this season, Jenson Button has finished a race – except it wasn’t on the track.

As an accomplished triathlete, Button decided to take on the gruelling challenge of the London Marathon on Sunday, but finished with a very competitive time. 178 more words

Racing With Ayrton Senna: 1991 Spanish Grand Prix

Frozen in Time: 1991 Spanish Grand Prix


Spanish Grand Prix


Barcelona, Spain


September 1991

It is here today that Ayrton Senna could become world champion having so far lost some 11 points from car problems to Mansell’s 47.

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A Junior F1 Championship

A new debate has risen in the past few days; should F1 consider a junior version of the current championship? For the sake of this article, let’s call it Junior F1. 588 more words


Making motorsport relevant

Motor racing occupies a unique position in sport as, aside from being a form of entertainment, in its best form seeks to overcome challenges that people face in their daily lives. 310 more words


FIA delegates safe and accounted for after Nepal earthquake

The FIA has confirmed that the delegates attending the first Asia-Pacific Sport Regional Congress in Kathmandu, Nepal, are safe and accounted for after the city was affected by an earthquake on Saturday. 352 more words

How it's made: Kimi's racing helmet

Along with its owner, we went to discover how Kimi’s helmet was born, in the factory that Bell Helmets Racing has built a few meters from the entrance of the Al Sakhir circuit, in Bahrain. 235 more words

Kimi Räikkönen

Senna - the movie

If you haven’t done so yet (and I fully realize I may be close to the last petrol head in the world here), I can strongly recommend the movie “Senna” about the life and career of the greatest F1 driver of all times, from the early beginnings over his great successes and rivalry with Alain Prost until the bloody weekend at Imola in 1994 that cost him his life. 118 more words