-September 22nd, 1999- The Journal of Formula One Motorsport -Vol. 5, No. 38-

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Bookworm Critique
by Mark Glendenning 

Reviewing books on Formula One. This Week: "Ayrton Senna: As Time Goes By"

1999 SuperStats
by Rory Gordon 

Evaluating drivers through various stats

The Grapevine
by The F1 Rumors Team 

Rumours and speculations in the F1 world

European Grand Prix

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The European GP Preview
by Ewan Tytler 

Last year Mika Hakkinen arrived at the Nurburgring tied in the points with a rival Ferrari driver, won the most impressive race of his career and never looked back. Can he do it again? Ewan Tytler analyses the odds

Test Times Analysis
by Michele Lupini 

Not all the drivers participated in last week's testing sessions, but the main protagonists were there. Michele Lupini examines their performance and what to be expected of them this weekend

The Nostalgia Column
by Marcel Schot 

Today's Nurburgring pales in comparison to what the masterpiece circuit used to be. In fact, The Old 'Ring held perhaps some on the most brilliant races, along with some of the most appaling accidents. Marcel Schot recaps milestones

A Lap of Nurburgring
by Paul Ryder 

A detailed drive around one the modern version of the Nurburgring circuit

European Grand Prix
by eBet 

Hakkinen1.75 Coulthard3.50
Irvine5.00 Frentzen6.00
Salo18.00 R Schumacher25.00
Barrichello33.00 Hill40.00
Fisichella66.00 Herbert100.00
Zanardi100.00 Villeneuve100.00
Alesi100.00 Wurz100.00
Panis100.00 Trulli150.00
Diniz150.00 Zonta150.00

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