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The Prewar Master

Before the World War II, the acknowledged master of Grand Prix racing was Tazio Nuvolari. Here he is on the very slippery when wet stone block surface of the Bremgarten circuit near the middle of Bern during practice for the Swiss Grand Prix which would take place on August 21, 1938. 446 more words


A New Collector Series Photograph of F1 Turbo Engines 1984, 1985.

I appreciate all the responses to the recent posts on my Dale Kistemaker Facebook page of my F1 turbo era engine pictures. I’ve recently produced a new collector series 24” X 36” photograph with a grid of nine images of these mechanical masterpieces. 50 more words

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Madrid Desea Suerte a Carlos Sainz… en su Propio Kárting: Sergio's Column

El año pasado fue el piloto revelación para más de un entendido; entre ellos, los mandamases de Renault Sport, cuando pensaron que hacerse con los servicios de Carlos Sainz Vázquez-de Castro bien valía renunciar a seguir suministrando motores a uno de sus equipos cliente. 707 more words


F1 Season Launch 2018: Engineered Insanity

F1 Season Launch 2018: Engineered Insanity

This is for the speed demons, the mad scientists, the die-hard fans who make F1, F1.
Six superfans experience the full force of F1. 79 more words

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F1: Its marketing is moving into a new era


LONDON, England – Formula 1 is said to be distancing itself further from the former Bernie Ecclestone era by creating a global marketing campaign. 115 more words

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Teenage Stroll: A new face of experience at Williams


LONDON, England – Lance Stroll is still Formula 1’s youngest driver yet the 19-year-old Canadian will also be the Williams team’s most experienced on the grid. 100 more words

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F1 rookie Leclerc steps up to the big time


LONDON, England – Young driver Charles Leclerc will have two men in mind, their memories perhaps a source of strength when he makes his Formula 1 race debut for Sauber in Australia next week. 86 more words

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