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In the waning days of the last century, motor racing lost two of its 'founding fathers' - two men that had played pivotal roles in the evolvement and development of Formula One and motorsports as we know it. Constructor John Cooper and Ford man Walter Hayes had passed away, leaving behind a mammoth legacy, one that shall go unforgotten. Atlas F1 writers look at the contribution of the two, and reflect on what they have left behind
Karl Ludvigsen went to the Jaguar R2 Launch this week. He came back with some things to say to Eddie Irvine and the Leaping Cat people. It's called Criticism, something Irvine thinks and says can only come from dickheads. Well, Eddie, here's one for ya...
It's been a little over a decade since the heyday of the legendary Prost/Senna championship battles. 2001 could mark the beginning of an even greater rivalry, as the acclaimed young pretenders Button and Montoya clash for the first time in motorsport's premier formula
Last year, Atlas F1 ran a series of articles that investigated the technical areas involved in the 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: Who's Who in the Design Office
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