A Mercedes Formula One car raced by Juan Manuel Fangio has sold for a record price of ?é?ú19.6 ($29.6m) at auction at the Goodwood Festival of Speed.
Cast your vote in the second Champion of Champions semi-final.
Juan Manuel Fangio and Jackie Stewart are the third pairing in the Champion of Champions quarter-finals.
Two multiple champions from South America meet in Champion of Champions round two.
These 1950s rivals are the latest Champion of Champions contenders.
Since Giuseppe Farina?óÔé¼Ôäós victory in the first ever F1 world championship race at Silverstone in 1950, Formula 1 drivers have been locked in battle to see who can be the fastest for the longest, and win more races than anybody else. These are the seven drivers who have held the title of F1?óÔé¼Ôäós most prolific … Continue reading F1?óÔé¼Ôäós greatest winners (F1 in numbers)
In the first instalment of a six-part series we take a look at countries that have produced world champions – but now have neither Grand Prix drivers nor races in modern Formula 1. These are F1’s lost nations. Last world champion: Juan Manuel Fangio, Maserati, 1957 Last Grand Prix winner: Carlos Reutemann, Williams, Zolder, 1981 … Continue reading Formula 1?óÔé¼Ôäós lost nations: Argentina
To finish our look at the 100 different driver to have won a Grand Prix here’s a statistical breakdown of the different winners so far. Which country has won the most Grands Prix? What’s been the longest stretch without the same driver winning twice? Who won his home race the most? Find out below.
I once heard that more men had been into space than had won an F1 race and apparently it’s true. Depending on what definition of ‘space’ you use between 475 and 484 men and women have been in outer space. Last weekend Heikki Kovalainen became the 100th driver to win a Formula 1 world championship … Continue reading 100 F1 race winners part 1: 1950-1953
Kimi Raikkonen achieved Ferrari’s 200th pole position in qualifying for tomorrow’s French Grand Prix. The Italian team are far ahead of their rivals in terms of total pole positions, with McLaren on 135 and Williams on 125. Here’s a complete breakdown of their achievement including every driver who scored a pole position for Ferrari.
The Times newspaper has made two centuries of its archives freely available on the internet. A vast amount of F1 history is contained in this excellent resource. Here are seven examples I found with a quick search but make sure you have a look at the archive too.