-April 28th, 1999- The Journal of Formula One Motorsport -Vol. 5, No. 17-

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- Schumacher wins
- Hakkine crashes
- Barrichello third


The San Marino GP Preview
by Ewan Tytler 

The third round of The 1999 F1 World Championship arrives at Imola, and Ewan Tytler places his bets on the outcome

Latest Test Times Analysis
by Michele Lupini 

Latest testing at Jerez indicate that the field is closing down - something which gives Michele Lupini indication of a closer racing this coming weekend. Or so he hopes...

A Lap of Imola

Atlas F1 takes you for a drive around the Enzo e Dino Ferrari circuit at Imola

The Nostalgia Column
by Marcel Schot 

One name dominates the history of the San Marino GP - Ayrton Senna. He excelled there, he died there. Marcel Schot looks back at the memorable moments of Imola

Mosley's Equations | Feature
by Bent Sørensen & Svend Damborg 

FIA president Max Mosley says mathematics prove that grooves in tyres increase the safety of Grand Prix racing. Bent Soerensen, a PhD in Mechanical Engineering, and Sved Dambog, a race mechanic, set out on the task of proving the Persident academically wrong

San Marino Grand Prix
by Interwetten Wien 

Hakkinen2.20 M Schumacher3.00
Coulthard3.50 Irvine10.00
Frentzen12.00 Barrichello12.00
R Schumacher16.00 Fisichella25.00
Hill25.00 Wurz50.00
Villeneuve50.00 Herbert50.00

The Atlas F1 Trivia Quiz
by Marcel Schot & Don Capps 

So, you think you know F1 well? Then why not take our F1 Quiz to find out!

The F1 FAQ
by Mark Alan Jones 

Have a burning question about F1? Atlas F1 will seek the answers for you

Rory's Rambling
by Rory Gordon 

Occasional column from the antipodes

The Grapevine
by The F1 Rumors Team 

Weekly updates on the rumours and speculations of the Grand Prix world

San Marino Grand Prix

H 80F/26C L 51F/10C
Mostly sunny with wind.
H 77F/25C L 56F/13C
Partial clouds.
H 77F/25C L 52F/11C
Partial clouds.


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