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Fangio’s Greatest Win – Nurburgring 1957

Most people within the F1 community have different thoughts on what the greatest F1 victory ever was. The days of past heroes such as Senna, Prost, Schumacher, Hill & Stewart duking it out to claim the laurels and the plaudits are all very high up there, but today, let’s look at one of the most definitive masterful victories, a triumph …

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1982: The Year Team-Mates Went To War

What we saw in Malaysia on Sunday was a tale of betrayal between team mates. A tale which has not reached its conclusion. Here, we take a look at the most infamous display of team-mate betrayal. A tale which reached a very rapid and tragic conclusion.

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Remembering Mark Donohue

Mark Donohue was one of the daredevil drivers of the 1970’s. He exuded boyhood charm, was a speed demon behind the wheel, and was a legend of US racing, with wins at Daytona, the Indy 500, and Trans-Am Champion. He was racing for Penske’s F1 team in 1975 when tragedy struck at the Austrian GP…

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