Rallycross has achieved immense popularity, especially in the USA, over the past few years. Now the world’s motorsport governing body, the FIA (Federation International de… Read more →
Rewind a couple of years to the Formula 1 season of 1989, and it was the beginning of a nine year deal between these two companies. Together they achieved 63 race wins and in the process won themselves four Driver’s and five Constructors’ championships.
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John Bentley takes the Porsche Cayenne by the horns, and pronounces it the greatest on-off-roader of all.
Editor Mike Fourie revisits some of the high- and low points of Michael Schumacher’s long and succesful career and considers whether F1 will ever produce another superstar of the German’s calibre.
Ferrari’s Michael Schumacher still trails defending champion Fernando Alonso in the F1 championship standings, but following his dominant home grand prix victory at Hockenheim on Sunday, the German is arguably the favourite to win this year’s driver’s title.
Fernando Alonso scored his fifth win out of eight races at the British Grand Prix on Sunday. By finishing 13 seconds ahead of title rival Michael Schumacher, the winner of the Spanish and Monaco Grands Prix stretched his lead in the championship standings to a commanding 23 points.
Although the controversial deletion of the lap times Michael Schumacher set during qualifying ultimately tarnished the Monaco Grand Prix, Fernando Alonso calmly scored his maiden win on the streets of the Principality. Moreover, F1 toilers David Coulthard, Mark Webber and Rubens Barrichello did much to restore their reputations.
Michael Schumacher notched up his 85th Grand Prix win and broke the late Ayrton Senna’s record for the number of pole positions at the San Marino Grand Prix. But history will also record that Ferrari’s seven-time world champion beat Fernando Alonso on Sunday because Renault contrived to snatch defeat from the jaws of victory.
Giancarlo Fisichella emerged from the shadow of his team-mate, world champion Fernando Alonso, to win the Malaysian Grand Prix from pole position and secure a stunning one-two for Renault.