Heinz-Harald Frentzen's Formula One career has been full of ups and downs. After making an amazing debut with Sauber, he endured a couple of torrid years at Williams. He returned to the top with Jordan, only to be sacked halfway through the 2001 season. Now at the Arrows team, the German is again trying to prove his worth. Will Gray talked with Frentzen in Canada about his life in motor racing, Exclusive for Atlas F1
Ann Bradshaw, a journalist and press officer with three decades of experience in motor racing, and one of the most respected workers in the F1 paddock, follows the 2002 season in her post-race column, offering F1 fans an insight into the life of those who spend the GP weekend inside the paddock
Michael Schumacher's victory at the Canadian Grand Prix was just another step towards his fifth World Championship in what is becoming a cakewalk for the Ferrari driver. The German took advantage of his rivals' misfortunes to score his sixth win of the season. However, there was much more than another Schumacher victory, as the race was full of excitement. Atlas F1's Pablo Elizalde reviews the entire weekend's events and results
The Canadian Grand Prix is one of the toughest races of the year, with the brakes and the engines being constantly put to the test. This year's race was no different. Craig Scarborough reviews the cars and their performance in the eighth round of the 2002 season
Long gone are the days when Michael Schumacher and his technical director Ross Brawn opted for risky three-stop strategies to fight for Grand Prix victories. Last Sunday's Canadian Grand Prix was another example of how conservative the race strategies have become in the last few years. Richard Barnes analyses the past and present trends and how they worked out in favour of Schumacher in Canada
Ferrari sign sponsorship deal with FILA
Jackie Stewart receives Knighthood
Karthikeyan becomes first Indian to drive a F1 car
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