Damon Hill’s passion for Formula 1 faded soon after his 1996 world championship win, thanks in part to a detested rules change. He talked us through his career in cars.
After a brave F1 debut with Benetton, Johnny Herbert returned to the team to become a race-winner. He shared his career in cars with RaceFans.
Vitantonio Liuzzi describes his career in cars, from a hugely powerful Williams-BMW to Red Bull’s first F1 machine to the woeful HRT.
Jacques Villeneuve preferred “funky” set-ups, but found Fernando Alonso’s too extreme even for him. He described his F1 career in cars.
He began his grand prix career in Ayrton Senna’s Williams and ended it in a one-off Red Bull. David Coulthard talks RaceFans through 15 years of F1 cars.
Mark Webber stunned F1 by scoring points on his debut with Minardi, but it took him eight years to get a race-winning machine. He told RaceFans about his career in cars.
Emanuele Pirro played a major role in developing Ayrton Senna and Alain Prost’s dominant McLaren-Hondas – though he never got to race anything as potent during his own grand prix career.
After scoring podiums with Ligier and Tyrrell, Mark Blundell got his big F1 chance with McLaren – or so it seemed. He told RaceFans about his Formula 1 career in cars.
After arriving in F1 with the tiny Toleman team, Derek Warwick got his big chance at Renault, but unreliability cost him more than one chance to win a race.
Marc Surer drove F1 cars with explosive power – and for team managers with explosive tempers. He tells us about both in the new edition of My F1 Cars.
The F1 cars he raced weren’t up to much, but Karun Chandhok has driven some of the sport’s greatest cars since, and reveals some surprising facts about them.
In the first of a new series Perry McCarthy, who had the misfortune to drive for one of the worst teams F1 has ever seen, talks us through his career in cars.