-November 4th, 1998- The Journal of Formula One Motorsport -Vol. 4, No. 21-

Japanese Grand Prix Review ATLAS F1 News
by Ian Burley   by Michael Viveen & Jan Nottmeier  
     Although we didn't get a head to head battle,
     Suzuka was still a nerve-racking race to watch. REFLECTIONS
We are the Champions Reflections on Suzuka
by Marcel Schot   by Roger Horton  
     Hakkinen and McLaren took the Title in style;      Everyone was waiting for controversy at Japan.
     Marcel Schot outlines their paths to glory.      Instead, it was a blown tyre and a stalled engine.
The Class of 1998 The F1 Insider
by Atlas F1   by Mitch McCann  
     Who has the most retirements? Which driver      "Where tartar sauce comes in sushi sachets
     completed the most laps? A summary of 1998.      and nobody with a lisp ever asks for one."
 F1PICTURENET  ATLAS F1 Index and Search
 FORIX  ATLAS F1 Awards and Mentions
 Save the Monza Banking  ATLAS F1 Bulletin Board

 Paul Kaizar, Editor & Publisher (USA) Biranit Goren, Managing Editor (Israel)
 Rory Gordon, Senior Writer (Australia) Roger Horton, Senior Writer (England)
 Mitch McCann, Contributing Writer (USA) Marcel Schot, Contributing Writer (Netherlands)
 Max Galvin, Contributing Writer (England) Ian Burley, Contributing Writer (England)
 Mike Viveen, News Editor (Netherlands) Jan Nottmeier, News Writer (USA)

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