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June 29, 2003Williams-BMW Teams Finishes 1-2 in European Grand PrixVOA Sports
May 7, 2006Michael Schumacher wins the European Grand PrixWikinews
July 21, 2007Alemania, automovilismoWikinoticias
July 21, 2007F1, Germania: paura per HamiltonWikinotizie
July 21, 2007Kimi Räikkönen will start first for 2007 European Grand Prix, Lewis Hamilton suffers a crashWikinews
July 22, 2007Automobilismo, Formula 1: Alonso vince il G.P. d'EuropaWikinotizie
July 22, 2007Fernando Alonso wins 2007 European Grand PrixWikinews
October 26, 2007Formel-1-Rennen in Singapur und ValènciaWikinews
August 21, 2009Formula 1: Barrichello and Alonso top timesheets at European GP Friday PracticeWikinews
August 23, 2009Barrichello ganó el Gran Premio de EuropaWikinoticias
August 24, 2008Felipe Massa wins 2008 European Grand PrixWikinews
August 24, 2008Formula 1, Gran Premio d'Europa: Massa vince sul nuovo circuito di ValenciaWikinotizie
August 30, 2008Formel-1-Saison 2008: Großer Preis von Europa – Felipe Massa gewinnt auf dem neuen Stadtkurs in ValenciaWikinews
August 24, 2009Rubens Barrichello wins 2009 European Grand PrixWikinews
June 22, 2012F1 - Valencia - reflections on Friday PracticeMatt Hubbard
June 23, 2012F1 - Valencia - QualifyingMatt Hubbard
June 24, 2012F1 - Valencia - race reviewMatt Hubbard
December 30, 2012Valencia Formula 1 - The Street Circuit By The Sea That Has Lost Out To New JerseyRebecca Sophia Meade


The Flying Lap, Episode 27: European GP; James Allen & FOTA Fans' Forum
July 1, 2011
Duration: 1:06:32
Today, in-studio, we are pleased to welcome James Allen to the show. A prolific author, TV presenter and observer of all aspects of F1, James has been an integral part of the sport since the early 1990s. The son of former racing driver, Bill Allen, James is today at the forefront of the FOTA Fans' Forum. After the first Forum launched in Montreal earlier this month, James will monitor the next Forum in Woking, UK, tomorrow on June 30th. In addition, we will also delve into this past weekend's European Grand Prix in Valencia.

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The Flying Lap, Episode 75: European GP Preview with Alastair Gibson and Steve Matchett
June 19, 2012
Duration: 1:17:03
As we look ahead to this weekend's European GP in Valencia, we are joined by two of the most creative - and knowledgeable - men in the F1 business. Steve Matchett needs no introduction to our US viewers. Rated by many as the most astute technical commentator on network television, Steve is an integral part of the brilliant SpeedTV F1 commentary team. A former championship-winning mechanic at Benetton, Steve is also a highly-acclaimed writer and author in his own right. He has to date published three books; he writes regularly for F1 magazines around the world; and his autobiography, The Mechanic's Tale, now in its 14th reprint, is rated as the most successful motor racing book ever produced by Orion Publishing. Al Gibson worked with Steve at Benetton in 1996-97 and went on to become Chief Mechanic at BAR-Honda. Then, suddenly, he switched career path to pursue his dream of sculpting used F1 car parts into dramatic shapes. His Carbon Art, exhibited by the Drang Gallery, can today be seen in all parts of the globe while commissions for Alastair flow regularly from some of the biggest names in the industry. WilliamsF1's Mark Barnett guides us towards Valencia from the point of view of a strategy engineer; and we'll be sizing up the European GP with all the usual comment and insight. Will we have an eighth winner this weekend? Both Steve and Al will have their views....

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The Flying Lap, Episode 76: European GP De-brief
July 1, 2012
Duration: 1:12:15
Just when we thought that the 2012 F1 season couldn't get any better, Ferrari's Fernando Alonso defied all odds to win the Grand Prix of Europe in front of his home crowd in Valencia. Fernando qualified merely 11th in Spain; victory for Red Bull Racing's Sebastian Vettel seemed a foregone conclusion. This is 2012, however. This is the year in which anything is possible. To reflect on the events in Valencia, and to analyse the results in detail, I'm joined in the studio by two of our regular guests - our technical expert, Craig Scarborough, and the acclaimed driver coach, Rob Wilson. There will be lots of talk about the technical changes seen on the cars in Spain - and about that sensational drive by Fernando. We hope to talk also to another, less obvious, star in Valencia - Brazil's Luiz Razia. Luiz was lying sixth in Sunday's F1 support GP2 race, eight seconds behind the leader, with just a few laps remaining. And yet he won...

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