In every endeavor, there seems to be the need for a captain, someone to guide the effort, lead the team. In some cases there are several who step forward to lead the way. In some situations this is not a bad thing. In his fourth instalment covering the history of motor racing in America, Don Capps's series looks at the leaders and captains of American racing
Alongside on-track racing, Formula One is as much about the off-track politicking and regulation challenges. Seeing the competition decided in court has become very much a fixture of this sport as pit stops or on-track passing. But how do the wheels of justice really turn in Formula One? How did it work in the case of Jordan and Jarno Trulli at the 2001 US Grand Prix? Or in the case of Michael Schumacher and the Benetton team in 1994? Atlas F1's Thomas O'Keefe brings an unprecedented study on the FIA's justice system and its very own Court of Appeal. In a four part feature, he reveals never-before-published evidence on how this unique system works
In order to achieve the ever-present goals of providing better racing and improving safety, FIA President Max Mosley last week suggested radical changes to the regulations in Formula One which could be introduced in the series as soon as the 2003 season. Karl Ludvgisen proposes other changes that could prove to be more efficient
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