Formula One's rule makers are fighting a losing war against developing technology. The methods they've chosen have reduced the risks, but have also taken most of the romance out of the sport, and made passing nearly extinct. It doesn't have to be this way. For over 20 years, drivers and engineers have advocated - and sanctioning bodies have ignored - a more rational approach
Benetton's deal with Michael Schumacher's management caught Jordan Grand Prix unprepared, in what was possibly the team's hardest time in Formula One. Subsequently, the affair, some ten years ago, had changed F1 forever. Atlas F1 brings the second part of the opening chapter in Timothy Collings's new book, The Piranha Club
Finland had become a regular source of Formula One excellence, with two F1 World Champions and a rapidly rising rookie star. And yet, there doesn't seem to be a Finnish Grand Prix on the horizons of the F1 World Championship calendar. Thomas O'Keefe set out to investigate whether this could change any time soon
Niki Lauda resigns from position of Lauda Air CEO
McLaren-Mercedes inaugurate a new wind tunnel
Jean Alesi survives a high speed Rally crash
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