-September 1st, 1999- The Journal of Formula One Motorsport -Vol. 5, No. 35-

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Qualifying Differentials
by Marcel Borsboom 

Measuring teammates against eachother

Rear View Mirror
by Don Capps 

Backward glances at racing history

Bookworm Critique
by Mark Glendenning 

Reviewing Formula One books. This Week: "F1 - The Business of Winning"

The Atlas F1 Trivia Quiz
by Marcel Schot 

Time to test how well you really know F1

The Grapevine
by The F1 Rumors Team 

Rumours and speculations in the F1 world



The Belgian GP Review
by Michele Lupini 

Michele Lupini provides a recap of the Belgian Grand Prix, which saw David Coulthard dispel any speculation of his ability in a race that lacked excitement but none the less bears importance for the World Championship battle

Reflections on Spa
by Roger Horton 

What a difference a year can make. Last year's Belgium GP served up a race so full of drama and action it positively overflowed. The '99 version was just a pale shadow by comparison. Roger Horton reflects on what might possibly have been the last race at Spa

My First Grand Prix
by Marcel Schot 

Funny as it may sound, Marcel Schot experienced his first ever trip to a Grand Prix this year, to the wonderful Spa-Francochamps. And to give the readers a little insight into what it's all about, he's made a little diary of the weekend

First Blood
by Doug Nye 

Bruce McLaren thought second place in the 1968 Belgian Grand Prix at Spa was a good result, but he couldn't understand why his team mates were going berserk on the finishing line...

Pick 'n' Pay: a Viewer's Guide to Digital F1 TV
by Robert German 

Bernie Ecclestone is gambling million that F1's tobacco-free future lies in the revenue potential of digital TV. Robert German sampled the coverage, and gives a viewer's perspective on the benefits and drawbacks of this brave new world


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