After the Canadian GP, award winning writer Karl Ludvigsen made an attempt at assessing and comparing the power of the various engines that ran in Formula One this year. Now that the season is over and done with, he's back to re-evaluate the Power Units of F1
Last year, Atlas F1 ran a series of articles that investigated the technical areas involved in design, development, and construction of an F1 car. Now, a year later, Will Gray picks up where he left off, and dives deeper into the technical analysis of Formula One. This week: Use the Force - Transmission
The 2000 season was dominated entirely by Ferrari and McLaren, so much so that no other team had pole, or won a race, or even set the fastest lap. Following an idea that was started on the Atlas F1 Bulletin Board, Marcel Schot offers the Alternative 2000 Season Review: a race-by-race recap of the year without McLaren and Ferrari. This is how the grid would have looked like without the two giants, and these are the winners. Oddly enough, the name on the WC trophy will remain the same...
In the last few years, the focus has been on the Black Art of aerodynamics and on tweaking and lightening the engines to gain a performance advantage. But in the end it all comes down to the four contact patches between the car and the road to translate all those performance variables into a winning package. The return of Michelin to the sport in 2001 promises to thrust back onto center stage the importance of that most traditional component of the car: its tires
With the return to active racing of Frenchman Olivier Panis, it's time to test how well you know the career of this talented driver. Atlas F1's Quiz Master Marcel Borsboom compiled twelve questions encompassing the past and present F1 career of the newly signed BAR driver
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