The prospects for a Russian Grand Prix have taken a sharp rise this year, when F1 ringmaster Bernie Ecclestone visited Moscow and met with the local developers. There is a tentative date: 2003; There is a developing venue: Nagatino islad; and Herman Tilke is already working on the circuit design. Timothy Collings travelled to Moscow, to meet with the head developers and review the state of motor racing in Russia, and he brings an exclusive report on the state of what could become one of the most intriguing GP venues
When the the major carmakers involved in Formula One first announced their intentions to form a rivalling Grand Prix series, few took them seriously. But now, after they announced last week the formation of their own company, the plan is starting to look real. This is not good news to Formula One. It's not even good news for the carmakers, in fact. Roger Horton reflects on a bomb waiting to explode
The carmakers' plan to leave Formula One and start their own Grand Prix racing series doesn't quite cut it with Karl Ludvigsen. The football-backed Premier1 series, however, might just well succeed, he says. Here's why
Murray Walker to retire at the end of 2001
Prost Grand Prix sign tyre deal with Michelin
Mika Hakkinen becomes a father to son Hugo
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