-November 3rd, 1999- The Journal of Formula One Motorsport -Vol. 5, No. 44-

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by Don Capps 

Backward glances at racing history

Bookworm Critique
by Mark Glendenning 

Reviewing books on Formula One. This Week: "David's Diary"

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by The F1 Rumors Team 

Rumours and speculations in the F1 world



The Japanese GP Review
by Michele Lupini 

Sunday's Japanese Grand Prix threatened to deliver on the promise of a thrilling, controversial and engrossing Formula One World Championship. And while the race was monotonous in parts, it never failed in that promise. Michele Lupini recounts the events of the weekend

Reflections on Suzuka
by Roger Horton 

That Mika Hakkinen won the drivers' crown and Ferrari the constructors' title perhaps was the fairest division of the spoils. Roger Horton reflects on the closing race of yet another racing season

Deconstructing Mika
by Ewan Tytler 

The 1999 Season should have been a McLaren-Hakkinen walkover. Instead, Hakkinen barely managed to win a title rightfully his and McLaren quite justly lost that coveted constructors' feat. Ewan Tytler tries to analyse, what had gone wrong for the Woking team

Good Bye Hill
by Sanasi Kelkar 

Amidst the thrills of a championship ended, Damon Hill quietly slipped out the back door, ending a racing career that knew the highest of heights and the lowest of lows. Sanasi Kelkar bids farewell to a WC in his own right


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