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An international open-wheel racing series sanctioned by Federation International de l'Automobile (FIA), commonly known as F1. Widely acknowledged to be the top level of motorsport in the world, with races held on six continents throughout its history (five currently), Drivers' Champions from 13 countries, and Constructors' Champions from the UK, Italy, France, Austria, and Germany.


The following section is an excerpt from Wikipedia's Formula One page on 2 September 2017, text available via the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike 3.0 Unported License.

Formula One (also Formula 1 or F1 and officially the FIA Formula One World Championship) is the highest class of single-seat auto racing that is sanctioned by the Fédération Internationale de l'Automobile (FIA). The FIA Formula One World Championship has been the premier form of racing since the inaugural season in 1950, although other Formula One races were regularly held until 1983. The "formula", designated in the name, refers to a set of rules, to which all participants' cars must conform. The F1 season consists of a series of races, known as Grands Prix (from French, meaning grand prizes), held worldwide on purpose-built F1 circuits and public roads.

The results of each race are evaluated using a points system to determine two annual World Championships, one for drivers, one for constructors. The racing drivers are required to be holders of valid Super Licences, the highest class of racing licence issued by the FIA. The races are required to be held on tracks graded 1 (formerly A), the highest grade a track can receive by the FIA. Most events are held in rural locations on purpose-built tracks, but there are several events in city centres throughout the world, with the Monaco Grand Prix being the most well-known.

Formula One cars are the fastest road course racing cars in the world, owing to very high cornering speeds achieved through the generation of large amounts of aerodynamic downforce. Formula One cars race at speeds of up to approximately 375 km/h (233 mph) with engines currently limited in performance to a maximum of 15,000 rpm. The cars are capable of lateral acceleration in excess of six g in corners. The cars are very dependent on electronics, although traction control and other driving aids have been banned since 2008, and also on aerodynamics, suspension, and tyres. The formula has radically evolved and changed through the history of the sport.

While Europe is the sport's traditional base, and hosts about half of each year's races, the sport's scope has expanded significantly and an increasing number of Grands Prix are held on other continents. F1 had a total global television audience of 425 million people during the course of the 2014 season. Grand Prix racing began in 1906 and became the most popular type internationally in the second half of the twentieth century. The Formula One Group is the legal holder of the commercial rights.

With the cost of designing and building mid-tier cars being of the order of $120 million, Formula One's economic effect and creation of jobs are significant, and its financial and political battles are widely reported. Its high profile and popularity have created a major merchandising environment, which has resulted in large investments from sponsors and budgets in the hundreds of millions for the constructors. Since 2000 the sport's spiralling expenditures and the distribution of prize money favouring established top teams have forced complaints from smaller teams and led several teams to bankruptcy.

On 8 September 2016 it was announced that Liberty Media had agreed to buy Delta Topco, the company that controls Formula One, from private equity firm CVC Capital Partners for $4.4 billion in cash, stock and convertible debt. On 23 January 2017 it was confirmed that Liberty Media had completed its $8 billion acquisition of Delta Topco.

Formula 1 World Champions

1950Nino Farina1950 Season Information
1951Juan Manuel Fangio1951 Season Information
1952Alberto Ascari1952 Season Information
1953Alberto Ascari1953 Season Information
1954Juan Manuel Fangio1954 Season Information
1955Juan Manuel Fangio1955 Season Information
1956Juan Manuel Fangio1956 Season Information
1957Juan Manuel Fangio1957 Season Information
1958Mike HawthornVanwall1958 Season Information
1959Jack BrabhamCooper
1960Jack BrabhamCooper
1961Phil HillFerrari
1962Graham HillBRM
1963Jim ClarkLotus1963 Season Information
1964John SurteesFerrari
1965Jim ClarkLotus
1966Jack BrabhamBrabham
1967Denny HulmeBrabham
1968Graham HillLotus
1969Jackie StewartMatra
1970Jochen RindtLotus
1971Jackie StewartTyrrell
1972Emerson FittipaldiLotus
1973Jackie StewartLotus
1974Emerson FittipaldiMcLaren
1975Niki LaudaFerrari
1976James HuntFerrari
1977Niki LaudaFerrari
1978Mario AndrettiLotus
1979Jody ScheckterFerrari
1980Alan JonesWilliams
1981Nelson PiquetWilliams
1982Keke RosbergFerrari
1983Nelson PiquetFerrari
1984Niki LaudaMcLaren
1985Alain ProstMcLaren
1986Alain ProstWilliams
1987Nelson PiquetWilliams
1988Ayrton SennaMcLaren
1989Alain ProstMcLaren
1990Ayrton SennaMcLaren
1991Ayrton SennaMcLaren
1992Nigel MansellWilliams
1993Alain ProstWilliams
1994Michael SchumacherWilliams
1995Michael SchumacherBenetton
1996Damon HillWilliams
1997Jacques VilleneuveWilliams1997 Season Information
1998Mika HäkkinenMcLaren
1999Mika HäkkinenFerrari
2000Michael SchumacherFerrari
2001Michael SchumacherFerrari2001 Season Information
2002Michael SchumacherFerrari2002 Season Information
2003Michael SchumacherFerrari2003 Season Information
2004Michael SchumacherFerrari2004 Season Information
2005Fernando AlonsoRenault2005 Season Information
2006Fernando AlonsoRenault2006 Season Information
2007Kimi RäikkönenFerrari2007 Season Information
2008Lewis HamiltonFerrari2008 Season Information
2009Jenson ButtonBrawn2009 Season Information
2010Sebastian VettelRed Bull2010 Season Information
2011Sebastian VettelRed Bull2011 Season Information
2012Sebastian VettelRed Bull2012 Season Information
2013Sebastian VettelRed Bull2013 Season Information
2014Lewis HamiltonMercedes2014 Season Information
2015Lewis HamiltonMercedes
2016Nico RosbergMercedes


This section is a list of the three-letter abbreviations used in F1's timing & scoring displays. The list of events goes back to F1's beginning, the list of drivers is from 2008-2017.

500 - Indianapolis 500
ABU - Abu Dhabi Grand Prix
ARG - Argentine Grand Prix
AUS - Australian Grand Prix
AUT - Austrian Grand Prix
AZE - Azerbaijan Grand Prix
BEL - Belgian Grand Prix
BHR - Bahrain Grand Prix
BRA - Brazilian Grand Prix
CAN - Canadian Grand Prix
CHN - Chinese Grand Prix
CPL - Caesars Palace Grand Prix
DAL - Dallas Grand Prix
DET - Detroit Grand Prix
ESP - Spanish Grand Prix
EUR - European Grand Prix
FRA - French Grand Prix
GBR - British Grand Prix
GER - German Grand Prix
HUN - Hungarian Grand Prix
IND - Indian Grand Prix
ITA - Italian Grand Prix
JPN - Japanese Grand Prix
KOR - Korean Grand Prix
LUX - Luxembourg Grand Prix
MAL - Malaysian Grand Prix
MEX - Mexican Grand Prix
MON - Monaco Grand Prix
MOR - Moroccan Grand Prix
NED - Dutch Grand Prix
PAC - Pacific Grand Prix
PES - Pescara Grand Prix
POR - Portuguese Grand Prix
RSA - South African Grand Prix
RUS - Russian Grand Prix
SIN - Singapore Grand Prix
SMR - San Marino Grand Prix
SUI - Swiss Grand Prix
SWE - Swedish Grand Prix
TUR - Turkish Grand Prix
USA - United States Grand Prix
USW - United States Grand Prix West

ALG - Jaime Alguersuari
ALO - Fernando Alonso
BAD - Luca Badoer
BAR - Rubens Barrichello
BIA - Jules Bianchi
BOT - Valtteri Bottas
BUE - Sébastian Buemi
BUT - Jenson Button
CAL - James Calado
CEL - Alfonso Celis, Jr.
CHA - Karun Chandhok
CHI - Max Chilton
CLO - Daniel Clos
COS - Antonio Felix da Costa
COU - David Coulthard
DAM - Jérôme D'Ambrosio
DAV - Anthony Davidson
DIG - Lucas Di Grassi
DIR - Paul Di Resta
DLR - Pedro de la Rosa
ERI - Marcus Ericsson
FAU - Mohamed Fauzy
FIS - Giancarlo Fisichella
FRI - Robin Frijns
GEN - Marc Gené Guerrero
GIO - Antonio Giovinazzi
GLO - Timo Glock
GON - Rodolfo González
GRO - Romain Grosjean
GUT - Esteban Gutiérrez
HAM - Lewis Hamilton
HAR - Rio Haryanto
HEI - Nick Heidfeld
HUL - Nico Hülkenberg
KAR - Narain Karthikeyan
KIN - Jordan King
KLI - Christian Klien
KOB - Kamui Kobayashi
KOV - Heikki Kovalainen
KUB - Robert Kubica
KVY - Daniil Kvyat
LEC - Charles Leclerc
LEI - Fabio Leimer
LIU - Vitantonio Liuzzi
LOT - André Lotterer
MAG - Kevin Magnussen
MAL - Pastor Maldonado
MAR - Raffaele Marciello
MAS - Felipe Massa
MER - Roberto Merhi
MSC - Michael Schumacher
NAK - Kazuki Nakajima
NAS - Felipe Nasr
OCO - Esteban Ocon
PAF - Gary Paffett
PAL - Jolyon Palmer
PER - Sergio Pérez
PET - Vitaly Petrov
PIC - Charles Pic
PIQ - Nelson Piquet Jr.
RAI - Kimi Räikkönen
RAZ - Luiz Razia
RIC - Daniel Ricciardo
ROS - Nico Rosberg
RSI - Alexander Rossi
SAI - Carlos Sainz
SAT - Takuma Sato
SEN - Bruno Senna
SIR - Sergey Sirotkin
STE - William Stevens
STR - Lance Stroll
SUT - Adrian Sutil
TRU - Jarno Trulli
VAN - Stoffel Vandoorne
VDG - Giedo van der Garde
VER - Jean-Éric Vergne
VER - Max Verstappen*
VES - Max Verstappen*
VET - Sebastian Vettel
WEB - Mark Webber
WEH - Pascal Wehrlein
WOL - Susie Wolff
YAM - Sakon Yamamoto

* - Max Verstappen was originally VES as VER was taken by Jean-Éric Vergne. After Vergne was no longer a driver, Verstappen successfully petitioned F1 to take over the VER abbreviation.

1950 Drivers' Championship

1Nino FarinaItalianAlfa Romeo30
2Juan Manuel FangioArgentinianAlfa Romeo27
3Luigi FagioliItalianAlfa Romeo24
4Louis RosierFrenchTalbot-Lago-Talbot13
5Alberto AscariItalianFerrari; Ferrari-Jaguar11
6Johnnie ParsonsAmericanKurtis Kraft-Cummins; Kurtis Kraft-Offenhauser9
7Bill HollandAmericanDiedt-Offenhauser6
8Prince BiraThaiMaserati; Maserati-Milano; Maserati-Offenhauser5
9Peter WhiteheadBritishFerrari; Ferrari-Jaguar4
10Louis ChironMonegasqueMaserati; Maserati-Milano; Maserati-Offenhauser4
11Reg ParnellBritishAlfa Romeo4
12Mauri RoseAmericanDiedt-Offenhauser4
13Dorino SerafiniItalianFerrari; Ferrari-Jaguar3
14Yves Giraud CabantousFrenchTalbot-Lago-Talbot3
15Raymond SommerFrenchFerrari; Ferrari-Jaguar3
16Robert ManzonFrenchSimca-Gordini3
17Cecil GreenAmericanKurtis Kraft-Cummins; Kurtis Kraft-Offenhauser3
18Philippe EtancelinFrenchTalbot-Lago-Talbot3
19Felice BonettoItalianMaserati; Maserati-Milano; Maserati-Offenhauser2
20Joie ChitwoodAmericanKurtis Kraft-Cummins; Kurtis Kraft-Offenhauser1
21Eugene ChaboudFrenchTalbot-Lago-Talbot1
22Tony BettenhausenAmericanDiedt-Offenhauser1
23Tuolo de GraffenriedSwissMaserati-Milano0
24Bob GerardBritishERA0
25Luigi VilloresiItalianFerrari-Jaguar0
26Charles PozziFrenchTalbot-Lago-Talbot0
27Lee WallardAmericanMoore-Offenhauser0
28Johnny ClaesBelgianTalbot-Lago-Talbot0
29Pierre LaveghFrenchTalbot-Lago-Talbot0
30Cuth HarrisonBritishERA0
31Nello PaganiItalianMaserati-Milano0
32Walt FaulknerAmericanKurtis Kraft-Cummins0
33David MurrayFrenchMaserati-Milano0
34Harry SchellAmericanTalbot-Lago-Talbot0
35George ConnorAmericanLesovsky-Offenhauser0
36David HampshireBritishMaserati-Milano0
37Geoff CrossleyBritishAlta0
38Paul RussoAmericanNichels-Offenhauser0
39Toni BrancaSwissMaserati-Milano0
40Jose Froilan GonzalezArgentineanMaserati-Milano0
41Brian Shawe TaylorBritishMaserati-Milano0
42Pat FlahertyAmericanKurtis Kraft-Cummins0
43Myron FohrAmericanMarchese-Offenhauser0
44Guy MairesseFrenchTalbot-Lago-Talbot0
45Franco RolItalianMaserati-Milano0
46Duane CarterAmericanStevens-Offenhauser0
47Mack HellingsAmericanKurtis Kraft-Cummins0
48Piero TaruffiItalianAlfa Romeo0
49Joe KellyIrishAlta0
50Eugene MartinFrenchTalbot-Lago-Talbot0
51Jack McGrathAmericanKurtis Kraft-Cummins0
52Troy RuttmanAmericanLesovsky-Offenhauser0
53Maurice TrintignantFrenchSimca-Gordini0
54Gene HartleyAmericanLangley-Offenhauser0
55Jimmy DaviesAmericanEwing-Offenhauser0
56Johnny McDowellAmericanKurtis Kraft-Cummins0
57Clemente BiondettiItalianFerrari-Jaguar0
58Henri LouveauFrenchTalbot-Lago-Talbot0
59Walt BrownAmericanKurtis Kraft-Cummins0
60Franco ComottiItalianMaserati-Milano0
61Peter WalkerBritishERA0
62Spider WebbAmericanMaserati-Milano0
63Jerry HoytAmericanKurtis Kraft-Cummins0
64Leslie JohnsonBritishERA0
65Walt AderAmericanRae-Offenhauser0
66Jackie HolmesAmericanOlson-Offenhauser0
67Consalvo SanesiItalianAlfa Romeo0
68Jim RathmannAmericanWetteroth-Offenhauser0
69Paul PietschGermanMaserati-Milano0
70Bill SchindlerAmericanSnowberger-Offenhauser0
71Bayliss LevrettAmericanAdams-Offenhauser0
72Fred AgabashianAmericanKurtis Kraft-Cummins0
73Jimmy JacksonAmericanKurtis Kraft-Cummins0
74Sam HanksAmericanKurtis Kraft-Cummins0
75Dick RathmannAmericanWatson-Offenhauser0
76Duke DinsmoreAmericanKurtis Kraft-Cummins0

DateSeriesRaceTrackPoleWinnerWinner's Car
13 May 1950III RAC British Grand Prix/XI Grand Prix d'EuropeSilverstone CircuitNino FarinaNino FarinaAlfa Romeo
21 May 1950XI Grand Prix Automobile de MonacoCircuit de MonacoJuan Manuel FangioJuan Manuel FangioAlfa Romeo
30 May 195034th International 500-Mile Sweepstakes RaceIndianapolis Motor SpeedwayWalt FaulknerJohnnie ParsonsKurtis Kraft-Offenhauser
4 June 1950X Großer Preis der SchweizBremgarten CircuitJuan Manuel FangioNino FarinaAlfa Romeo
18 June 1950XII Grote Prijs Van BelgieCircuit de Spa FrancorchampsNino FarinaJuan Manuel FangioAlfa Romeo
2 July 1950XXXVII Grand Prix de l'A.C.F.Circuit de ReimsJuan Manuel FangioJuan Manuel FangioAlfa Romeo
3 September 1950XXI Gran Premio d'ItaliaAutodromo Nazionale di MonzaJuan Manuel FangioNino FarinaAlfa Romeo

1951 Drivers' Championship

1Juan Manuel FangioArgentinianAlfa Romeo31
2Alberto AscariItalianFerrari25
3Jose Froilan GonzalezArgentinianFerrari24
4Nino FarinaItalianAlfa Romeo19
5Luigi VilloresiItalianFerrari15
6Piero TaruffiItalianFerrari10
7Lee WallardAmericanKurtis Kraft-Novi; Kurtis Kraft-Offenhauser9
8Felice BonettoItalianAlfa Romeo7
9Mike NazarukAmericanKurtis Kraft-Novi; Kurtis Kraft-Offenhauser6
10Reg ParnellBritishBRM; Ferrari5
11Luigi FagioliItalianAlfa Romeo4
12Consalvo SanesiItalianAlfa Romeo3
13Louis RosierFrenchTalbot-Lago-Talbot3
14Andy LindenAmericanSherman-Offenhauser3
15Manny AyuloAmericanKurtis Kraft-Novi; Kurtis Kraft-Offenhauser2
16Tuolo de GraffenriedSwissAlfa Romeo2
17Yves Giraud CabantousFrenchTalbot-Lago-Talbot2
18Bobby BallAmericanSchroeder-Offenhauser2
19Jack McGrathAmericanKurtis Kraft-Novi; Kurtis Kraft-Offenhauser2

1952 Drivers' Championship

1Alberto AscariItalianFerrari36
2Nino FarinaItalianFerrari24
3Piero TaruffiItalianFerrari22
4Rudi FischerSwissFerrari10
5Mike HawthornBritishCooper-Bristol10
6Robert ManzonFrenchGordini9
7Troy RuttmanAmericanKuzma-Offenhauser8
8Luigi VilloresiItalianFerrari8
9Jose Froilan GonzalezArgentinianMaserati-Plate; Maserati6.5
10Jim RathmannAmericanKurtis Kraft-Novi; Kurtis Kraft-Offenhauser6
11Jean BehraFrenchGordini6
12Sam HanksAmericanKurtis Kraft-Novi; Kurtis Kraft-Offenhauser4
13Ken WhartonBritishFrazer-Nash-Bristol3
14Dennis PooreBritishConnaught-Francis3
15Duane CarterAmericanLesovsky-Offenhauser3
16Alan BrownBritishCooper-Bristol2
17Maurice TrintignantFrenchSimca-Gordini-Simca; Simca-Gordini-Gordini2
18Paul FrereBelgianHWM-Alta2
19Felice BonettoItalianMaserati-Plate; Maserati2
20Art CrossAmericanKurtis Kraft-Novi; Kurtis Kraft-Offenhauser2
21Eric ThompsonBritishConnaught-Francis2
22Bill VukovichAmericanKurtis Kraft-Novi; Kurtis Kraft-Offenhauser1

1953 Drivers' Championship

1Alberto AscariItalianFerrari34.5
2Juan Manuel FangioArgentinianMaserati28
3Nino FarinaItalianFerrari26
4Mike HawthornBritishFerrari19
5Luigi VilloresiItalianFerrari17
6Jose Froilan GonzalezArgentinianMaserati13.5
7Bill VukovichAmericanKurtis Kraft-Novi/Kurtis Kraft-Offenhauser9
8Tuolo de GraffenriedSwissMaserati7
9Felice BonettoItalianMaserati6.5
9Art CrossAmericanKurtis Kraft-Novi/Kurtis Kraft-Offenhauser6
11Onofre MarimonArgentinianMaserati4
11Maurice TrintignantFrenchGordini4
13Sam HanksAmericanKurtis Kraft-Novi/Kurtis Kraft-Offenhauser2
13Oscar Alfredo GalvezArgentinianMaserati2
13Hermann LangGermanMaserati2
13Jack McGrathAmericanKurtis Kraft-Novi/Kurtis Kraft-Offenhauser2
13Duane Carter, Sr.AmericanLesovsky-Offenhauser2
13Fred AgabashianAmericanKurtis Kraft-Novi/Kurtis Kraft-Offenhauser1.5
13Paul RussoAmericanKurtis Kraft-Novi/Kurtis Kraft-Offenhauser1.5


In 1954, points were awarded for the top 5 finishers; 8 points for a win, 6 for second place, 4 for third, 3 for fourth and 2 for fifth.  1 point awarded for the fastest lap.  Only a driver's best 5 scores out of the 9 events count towards the championship.


17 January 1954Argentine Grand PrixJuan Manuel FangioMercedes
31 May 1954Indianapolis 500Bill VukovichKurtis Kraft-Offenhauser
20 June 1954Belgian Grand PrixJuan Manuel FangioMaserati
4 July 1954French Grand PrixJuan Manuel FangioMercedes
17 July 1954British Grand PrixJose Froilan GonzalezFerrari
1 August 1954German Grand PrixJuan Manuel FangioMercedes
22 August 1954Swiss Grand PrixJuan Manuel FangioMercedes
5 September 1954Italian Grand PrixJuan Manuel FangioMercedes
24 October 1954Spanish Grand PrixMike HawthornFerrari

Drivers' Championship

1Juan Manuel FangioArgentineanMaserati and Mercedes42
2Jose Froilan GonzalezArgentineanFerrari25.14
3Mike HawthornBritishFerrari24.64
4Maurice TrintignantFrenchFerrari17
5Karl KlingGermanMercedes12
6Bill VukovichAmericanKurtis Kraft-Offenhauser8
7Hans HermannGermanMercedes8
8Nino FarinaItalianFerrari6
9Luigi MussoItalianMaserati6
10Jimmy BryanAmericanKuzma-Offenhauser6
11Roberto MieresArgentineanMaserati6
12Jack McGrathAmericanKurtis Kraft-Offenhauser5
13Onofre MarimonArgentineanMaserati4.14
14Stirling MossBritishMaserati4.14
15Robert ManzonFrenchFerrari4
16Sergio MantovaniItalianMaserati4
17Prince BiraThaiMaserati3
18Umberto MaglioliItalianFerrari2
19Andre PiletteBelgianGordini2
20Luigi VilloresiItalianMaserati2
21Mike NazarukAmericanKurtis Kraft-Offenhauser2
22Elie BayolFrenchGordini2
23Troy RuttmanAmericanKurtis Kraft-Offenhauser1.5
24Duane CarterAmericanKurtis Kraft-Offenhauser1.5
25Alberto AscariItalianLancia1.14


In 1954, points were awarded for the top 5 finishers; 8 points for a win, 6 for second place, 4 for third, 3 for fourth and 2 for fifth.  1 point awarded for the fastest lap.  Only a driver's best 5 scores out of the 7 events count towards the championship.


16 January 1955Argentine Grand PrixJuan Manuel FangioMercedes
22 May 1955Monaco Grand PrixMaurice TrintignantFerrari
30 May 1955Indianapolis 500Bob SweikertKurtis Kraft-Offenhauser
5 June 1955Belgian Grand PrixJuan Manuel FangioMercedes
19 June 1955Dutch Grand PrixJuan Manuel FangioMercedes
16 July 1955British Grand PrixStirling MossMercedes
11 September 1955Italian Grand PrixJuan Manuel FangioMercedes

Drivers' Championship

1Juan Manuel FangioArgentineanMercedes40
2Stirling MossBritishMercedes23
3Eugenio CastellottiItalianFerrari12
4Maurice TrintignantFrenchFerrari11.3
5Nino FarinaItalianFerrari10.3
6Piero TaruffiItalianMercedes9
7Bob SweikertAmericanKurtis Kraft-Offenhauser8
8Roberto MieresArgentineanMaserati7
9Luigi MussoItalianMaserati6
10Jean BehraFrenchMaserati6
11Karl KlingGermanMercedes5
12Jimmy DaviesAmericanKurtis Kraft-Offenhauser4
13Tony BettenhausenAmericanKurtis Kraft-Offenhauser3
14Paul FrereBelgianFerrari3
15Johnny ThomsonAmericanKuzma-Offenhauser3
16Paul RussoAmericanKurtis Kraft-Offenhauser3
17Jose Froilan GonzalezArgentineanFerrari2
18Cesare PerdisaItalianMaserati2
19Luigi VilloresiItalianFerrari2
20Carlos MediteguyArgentineanMaserati2
21Umberto MaglioliItalianFerrari1.3
22Hans HerrmannGermanMercedes1
23Walt FaulknerAmericanKurtis Kraft-Offenhauser1
24Bill VukovichAmericanKurtis Kraft-Offenhauser1
25Bill HomeierAmericanKurtis Kraft-Offenhauser1
26Mike HawthornBritishFerrari0
27Harry SchellAmericanVanwall0
28Louis ChironMonegasqueLancia0
29Andy LindenAmericanKurtis Kraft-Offenhauser0
30Jacques PolletFrenchGordini0
31Mike SparkenFrenchGordini0
32Al HermanAmericanKurtis Kraft-Offenhauser0
33Hermano da Silva RamosBrazilianGordini0
34Lance MacklinBritishMaserati0
35Sergio MantovaniItalianMaserati0
36Pat O'ConnorAmericanKurtis Kraft-Offenhauser0
37Louis RosierFrenchMaserati0
38Ken WhartonBritishVanwall0
39John FitchAmericanMaserati0
40Jimmy DaywaltAmericanKurtis Kraft-Offenhauser0
41Clemar BucciArgentineanMaserati
42Jesus IglesiasArgentineanGordini0
43Pat FlahertyAmericanKurtis Kraft-Offenhauser0
44Alberto AscariItalianLancia0
45Johnny ClaesBelgianFerrari0
46Duane CarterAmericanKuzma-Offenhauser0
47Kenneth McAlpineBritishConnaught-Alta0
48Chuck WeyantAmericanKurtis Kraft-Offenhauser0
49Horace GouldBritishMaserati0
50Robert ManzonFrenchGordini0
51Jack BrabhamAustralianCooper-Bristol0
52Eddie JohnsonAmericanTrevis-Offenhauser0
53Elie BayolFrenchGordini0
54Peter CollinsBritishMaserati0
55Alberto UriaUruguayanMaserati0
56Jim RathmannAmericanEpperly-Offenhauser0
57Don FreelandAmericanPhillips-Offenhauser0
58Cal NidayAmericanKurtis Kraft-Offenhauser0
59Peter WalkerBritishConnaught-Alta0
60Andre SimonFrenchMaserati0
61Art CrossAmericanKurtis Kraft-Offenhauser0
62Roy SalvadoriBritishMaserati0
63Shorty TemplemanAmericanTrevis-Offenhauser0
64Tony RoltBritishConnaught-Alta0
65Sam HanksAmericanKurtis Kraft-Offenhauser0
66Jean LucasFrenchGordini0
67Leslie MarrBritishConnaught-Alta0
68Keith AndrewsAmericanSchroeder-Offenhauser0
69Johnnie ParsonsAmericanKurtis Kraft-Offenhauser0
70Ted WhiteawayBritishHWM-Alta0
71Eddie RussoAmericanPawl-Offenhauser0
72Ray CrawfordAmericanKurtis Kraft-Offenhauser0
73Jimmy BryanAmericanKuzma-Offenhauser0
74Jack McGrathAmericanKurtis Kraft-Offenhauser0
75Al KellerAmericanKurtis Kraft-Offenhauser0
76Johnny BoydAmericanKurtis Kraft-Offenhauser0
77Ed ElisianAmericanKurtis Kraft-Offenhauser0
78Rodger WardAmericanKuzma-Offenhauser0
79Terry HoytAmericanStevens-Offenhauser0
80Jimmy ReeceAmericanPankratz-Offenhauser0
81Fred AgabashianAmericanKurtis Kraft-Offenhauser0


For the 1956 season, points were awarded 8 for the winner, then 6-4-3-2 in descending order through fifth place, plus one for the fastest lap.  The best five of eight race scores counted towards the championship.  Points for a shared drive were divided equally among the drivers unless one had been deemed to have driven "insufficient distance."  Drivers who raced in more than one car in an event were awarded points for only their highest finishing car.


22 January 1956Argentine Grand PrixLuigi MussoFerrari
13 May 1956Monaco Grand PrixStirling MossMaserati
30 May 1956Indianapolis 500Pat FlahertyWatson-Offenhauser
3 June 1956Belgian Grand PrixPeter CollinsFerrari
1 July 1956French Grand PrixPeter CollinsFerrari
14 July 1956British Grand PrixJuan Manuel FangioFerrari
5 August 1956German Grand PrixJuan Manuel FangioFerrari
2 September 1956Italian Grand PrixStirling MossMaserati

Drivers' Championship

1Juan Manuel FangioArgentineanFerrari30
2Stirling MossBritishMaserati27
3Peter CollinsBritishFerrari25
4Jean BehraFrenchMaserati22
5Pat FlahertyAmericanWatson-Offenhauser8
6Eugenio CastellottiItalianFerrari7.5
7Sam HanksAmericanKurtis Kraft-Offenhauser6
8Paul FrereBelgianFerrari6
9Paco GodiaSpanishMaserati6
10Jack FairmanBritishConnaught-Alta5
11Luigi MussoItalianFerrari4
12Mike HawthornBritishBRM4
13Ron FlockhartBritishConnaught-Alta4
14Don FreelandAmericanPhillips-Offenhauser4
15Alfonso de PortagoSpanishFerrari3
16Cesare PerdisoItalianMaserati3
17Harry SchellAmericanVanwall3
18Johnnie ParsonsAmericanKurtis Kraft-Offenhauser3
19Louis RosierFrenchMaserati2
20Luigi VilloresiItalianMaserati2
21Horace GouldBritishMaserati2
22Hermano da Silva RamosBrazilianGordini2
23Olivier GendebienBelgianFerrari2
24Dick RathmannAmericanKurtis Kraft-Offenhauser2
25Gerino GeriniItalianMaserati1.5
26Chico LandiBrazilianMaserati1.5
27Paul RussoAmericanKurtis Kraft-Offenhauser1
28Andre PiletteBelgianGordini
29Luigi PiottiItalianMaserati
30Bruce HalfordBritishMaserati
31Oscar GonzalezUruguayanMaserati
32Bob SweikertAmericanKuzma-Offenhauser
33Tuolo de GraffenriedSwissMaserati
34Ottorino VolonterioSwissMaserati
35Bob VeithAmericanKurtis Kraft-Offenhauser
36Rodger WardAmericanKurtis Kraft-Offenhauser
37Andre MilhouxBelgianGordini
38Robert ManzonFrenchGordini
39Andre SimonFrenchGordini
40Jimmy ReeceAmericanLesovsky-Offenhauser
41Maurice TrintignantFrenchVanwall
42Carlos MenditeguyArgentineanMaserati
43Cliff GriffithAmericanStevens-Offenhauser
44Roy SalvadoriBritishMaserati
45Gene HartleyAmericanKuzma-Offenhauser
46Bob GerardBritishCooper-Bristol
47Jose Froilan GonzalezArgentineanVanwall
48Fred AgabashianAmericanKurtis Kraft-Offenhauser
49Umberto MaglioliItalianMaserati
50Piero TaruffiItalianVanwall
51Bob ChristieAmericanKurtis Kraft-Offenhauser
52Piero ScottiItalianConnaught-Alta
53Desmond TitteringtonBritishConnaught-Alta
54Al KellerAmericanKurtis Kraft-Offenhauser
55Giorgio ScarlattiItalianFerrari
56Eddie JohnsonAmericanKuzma-Offenhauser
57Billy GarrettAmericanKuzma-Offenhauser
58Duke DinsmoreAmericanKurtis Kraft-Offenhauser
59Pat O'ConnorAmericanKurtis Kraft-Offenhauser
60Jimmy BryanAmericanKuzma-Offenhauser
61Tony BrooksBritishBRM
62Jim RathmannAmericanKurtis Kraft-Offenhauser
63Colin ChapmanBritishVanwall
64Johnnie TolanAmericanKurtis Kraft-Offenhauser
65Ed ElisianAmericanKurtis Kraft-Offenhauser
66Les LestonAmericanConnaught-Alta
67Tony BettenhausenAmericanKurtis Kraft-Offenhauser
68Jimmy DaywaltAmericanKurtis Kraft-Offenhauser
69Archie Scott-BrownBritishConnaught-Alta
70Jack TurnerAmericanKurtis Kraft-Offenhauser
71Paul EmeryBritishEmeryson-Alta
72Keith AndrewsAmericanKurtis Kraft-Offenhauser
73Jack BrabhamAustralianMaserati
74Andy LindenAmericanKurtis Kraft-Offenhauser
75Al HermanAmericanKurtis Kraft-Offenhauser
76Ray CrawfordAmericanKurtis Kraft-Offenhauser
77Johnny BoydAmericanKurtis Kraft-Offenhauser
78Troy RuttmanAmericanKurtis Kraft-Offenhauser
79Johnny ThomsonAmericanKuzma-Offenhauser


For the 1957 season, points were awarded 8 for the winner, then 6-4-3-2 in descending order through fifth place, plus one for the fastest lap.  The best five of eight race scores counted towards the championship.  Points for a shared drive were divided equally among the drivers unless one had been deemed to have driven "insufficient distance."


13 January 1957Argentine Grand PrixJuan Manuel FangioMaserati
19 May 1957Monaco Grand PrixJuan Manuel FangioMaserati
30 May 1957Indianapolis 500Sam HanksEpperly-Offenhauser
7 July 1957French Grand PrixJuan Manuel FangioMaserati
20 July 1957British Grand PrixStirling MossVanwall
4 August 1957German Grand PrixJuan Manuel FangioMaserati
18 August 1957Pescara Grand PrixStirling MossVanwall
8 September 1957Italian Grand PrixStirling MossVanwall

Drivers' Championship

1Juan Manuel FangioArgentineanMaserati40
2Stirling MossBritishVanwall25
3Luigi MussoItalianFerrari16
4Mike HawthornBritishFerrari13
5Tony BrooksBritishVanwall11
6Masten GregoryAmericanMaserati10
7Harry SchellAmericanMaserati10
8Sam HanksAmericanEpperly-Offenhauser8
9Peter CollinsBritishFerrari8
10Jim RathmannAmericanEpperly-Offenhauser7
11Jean BehraFrenchMaserati6
12Stuart Lewis-EvansBritishVanwall5
13Maurice TrintignantFrenchFerrari5
14Wolfgang von TripsGermanFerrari4
15Carlos MenditeguyArgentineanMaserati4
16Jimmy BryanAmericanKuzma-Offenhauser4
17Paul RussoAmericanKurtis Kraft-Offenhauser3
18Roy SalvadoriBritishCooper-Climax2
19Andy LindenAmericanKurtis Kraft-Offenhauser2
20Giorgio ScarlattiItalianMaserati1
21Alfonso de PortagoSpanishFerrari1
22Jose Froilan GonzalezArgentineanFerrari1
23Jack BrabhamAustralianCooper-Climax0
24Bob GerardBritishCooper-Climax0
25Johnny BoydAmericanKurtis Kraft-Offenhauser0
26Jo BonnierSwedishMaserati0
27Mike MacDowelBritishCooper-Climax0
28Marshall TeagueAmericanKurtis Kraft-Offenhauser0
29Ivor BuebBritishMaserati0
30Pat O'ConnorAmericanKurtis Kraft-Offenhauser0
31Paco GodiaSpanishMaserati0
32Ron FlockhartBritishBRM0
33Alessandro de TomasoArgentineanFerrari0
34Bob VeithAmericanPhillips-Offenhauser0
35Bruce HalfordBritishMaserati0
36Horace GouldBritishMaserati0
37Luigi PiottiItalianMaserati0
38Gene HartleyAmericanLesovsky-Offenhauser0
39Andre SimonFrenchMaserati0
40Eugenio CastellottiItalianFerrari0
41Jack TurnerAmericanKurtis Kraft-Offenhauser0
42Herbert MacKay-FraserAmericanBRM0
43Hans HerrmannGermanMaserati0
44Johnny ThomsonAmericanKuzma-Offenhauser0
45Bob ChristieAmericanKurtis Kraft-Offenhauser0
46Chuck WeyantAmericanKuzma-Offenhauser0
47Jack FairmanBritishBRM0
48Les LestonAmericanBRM0
49Tony BettenhausenAmericanKurtis Kraft-Offenhauser0
50Johnnie ParsonsAmericanKurtis Kraft-Offenhauser0
51Don FreelandAmericanKurtis Kraft-Offenhauser0
52Jimmy ReeceAmericanKurtis Kraft-Offenhauser0
53Don EdmundsAmericanKurtis Kraft-Offenhauser0
54Johnnie TolanAmericanKurtis Kraft-Offenhauser0
55Al HermanAmericanDunn-Offenhauser0
56Fred AgabashianAmericanKurtis Kraft-Offenhauser0
57Eddie SachsAmericanKuzma-Offenhauser0
58Mike MagillAmericanKurtis Kraft-Offenhauser0
59Eddie JohnsonAmericanKurtis Kraft-Offenhauser0
60Bill CheesbourgAmericanKurtis Kraft-Offenhauser0
61Al KellerAmericanKurtis Kraft-Offenhauser0
62Jimmy DaywaltAmericanKurtis Kraft-Offenhauser0
63Ed ElisianAmericanKurtis Kraft-Offenhauser0
64Rodger WardAmericanLesovsky-Offenhauser0
65Troy RuttmanAmericanWatson-Offenhauser0
66Eddie RussoAmericanKurtis Kraft-Offenhauser0
67Elmer GeorgeAmericanKurtis Kraft-Offenhauser0


For the 1958 season, points were awarded 8 for the winner, then 6-4-3-2 in descending order through fifth place, plus one for the fastest lap.  The best six of eleven race scores counted towards the championship.  Points for a shared drive were divided equally among the drivers.

The British dominated the Drivers' Championship by sweeping the top 5 spots, as well as 9th place for a total of 6 out of the top 10.  Britons accounted for 150 out of 252 points scored in the 1958 season, or 59.5%.  However, the most prominent position, 1958 Drivers' Champion, was Mike Hawthorn.


19 January 1958Argentine Grand PrixStirling MossCooper-Climax
18 May 1958Monaco Grand PrixMaurice TrintignantCooper-Climax
26 May 1958Dutch Grand PrixStirling MossVanwall
30 May 1958Indianapolis 500Jimmy BryanEpperly-Offenhauser
15 June 1958Belgian Grand PrixTony BrooksVanwall
6 July 1958French Grand PrixMike HawthornFerrari
19 July 1958British Grand PrixPeter CollinsFerrari
3 August 1958German Grand PrixTony BrooksVanwall
24 August 1958Portuguese Grand PrixStirling MossVanwall
7 September 1958Italian Grand PrixTony BrooksVanwall
19 October 1958Morocco Grand PrixStirling MossVanwall

Drivers' Championship

1Mike HawthornBritishFerrari F242
2Stirling MossBritishVanwall41
3Tony BrooksBritishVanwall24
4Roy SalvadoriBritishCooper-Climax F215
5Peter CollinsBritishFerrari F214
6Harry SchellAmericanBRM14
7Maurice TrintignantFrenchCooper-Climax F212
8Luigi MussoItalianFerrari F212
9Stuart Lewis-EvansBritishVanwall11
10Phil HillAmericanFerrari F29
11Wolfgang von TripsGermanFerrari F29
12Jean BehraFrenchBRM9
13Jimmy BryanAmericanEpperly-Offenhauser8
14Juan Manuel FangioArgentineanMaserati7
15George AmickAmericanEpperly-Offenhauser6
16Johnny BoydAmericanKurtis Kraft-Offenhauser4
17Tony BettenhausenAmericanEpperly-Offenhauser4
18Jack BrabhamAustralianCooper-Climax F23
19Cliff AllisonBritishLotus-Climax F23
20Jo BonnierSwedishBRM3
21Jim RathmannAmericanEpperly-Offenhauser2
22Graham HillBritishLotus-Climax F2
23Masten GregoryAmericanMaserati0
24Olivier GendebienBelgianFerrari F20
25Jimmy ReeceAmericanWatson-Offenhauser0
26Don FreelandAmericanPhillips-Offenhauser0
27Carlos MenditeguyArgentineanMaserati0
28Maria Teresa de FilippisItalianMaserati0
29Paco GodiaSpanishMaserati0
30Jack FairmanBritishCooper-Climax F20
31Jud LarsonAmericanWatson-Offenhauser0
32Carroll ShelbyAmericanMaserati0
33Hans HerrmannGermanMaserati0
34Gerino GeriniItalianMaserati0
35Giulio CabiancaItalianMaserati0
36Horace GouldBritishMaserati0
37Eddie JohnsonAmericanKurtis Kraft-Offenhauser0
38Troy RuttmanAmericanMaserati0
39Bill CheesbourgAmericanKurtis Kraft-Offenhauser0
40Carel Godin de BeaufortDutchPorsche F20
41Al KellerAmericanKurtis Kraft-Offenhauser0
42Giorgio ScarlattiItalianMaserati0
43Johnnie ParsonsAmericanKurtis Kraft-Offenhauser0
44Bruce McLarenNew ZealanderCooper-Climax F20
45Ian BurgessBritishCooper-Climax F20
46Johnnie TolanAmericanKuzma-Offenhauser0
47Bob ChristieAmericanKurtis Kraft-Offenhauser0
48Robert La CazeMoroccanCooper-Climax F20
49Wolfgang SeidelGermanMaserati0
50Dempsey WilsonAmericanKuzma-Offenhauser0
51Andre GuelfiMoroccanCooper-Climax F20
52A.J. FoytAmericanKuzma-Offenhauser0
53Ron FlockhartBritishBRM0
54Mike MagillAmericanKurtis Kraft-Offenhauser0
55Ivor BuebBritishLotus-Climax F20
56Christian GoethalsBelgianCooper-Climax F20
57Alan StaceyBritishLotus-Climax F20
58Paul RussoAmerican0
59Francois PicardFrenchCooper-Climax F20
60Ken KavanaghAustralianMaserati0
61Tom BridgerBritishCooper-Climax F20
62Shorty TemplemanAmericanKurtis Kraft-Offenhauser0
63Bruce KesslerAmericanConnaught-Alta0
64Rodger WardAmericanLesovsky-Offenhauser0
65Paul EmeryBritishConnaught-Alta0
66Billy GarrettAmericanKurtis Kraft-Offenhauser0
67Eddie SachsAmericanKuzma-Offenhauser0
68Dick GibsonBritishCooper-Climax F20
69Andre TestutMonegasqueMaserati0
70Johnny ThomsonAmericanKurtis Kraft-Offenhauser0
71Brian NaylorBritishCooper-Climax F20
72Chuck WeyantAmericanDunn-Offenhauser0
73Jack TurnerAmericanLesovsky-Offenhauser0
74Luigi PiottiItalianOsca0
75Bob VeithAmericanKurtis Kraft-Offenhauser0
76Dick RathmannAmericanWatson-Offenhauser0
77Bernie EcclestoneBritishConnaught-Alta0
78Ed ElisianAmericanWatson-Offenhauser0
79Pat O'ConnorAmericanKurtis Kraft-Offenhauser0
80Luigi TaramazzoItalianMaserati0
81Louis ChironMonegasqueMaserati0
82Paul GoldsmithAmericanKurtis Kraft-Offenhauser0
83Jerry UnserAmericanKurtis Kraft-Offenhauser0
84Len SuttonAmericanKurtis Kraft-Offenhauser0
85Art BischAmericanKuzma-Offenhauser0

Constructors' Championship

9Kurtis Kraft-Offenhauser0
10Kurtis Kraft-Novi0
11Cooper-Climax F20
15Lotus-Climax F20
17Porsche F20


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1997 BookFormula 1 Yearbook 1997-98, foreword by Olivier Panis; Parragon


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2001 BookThe Official 2001-2002 Formula 1 Record Book (2001 Formula 1 Annual) edited by Nigel Mansell; European Press Limited


8 December 2001Formula One Teams Change Numbering SystemVOA Sports


12 October 2003Schumacher Wins Unprecedented 6th F1 TitleVOA Sports


20 January 2004Formula One Teams Debate Boycott of European RacesVOA Sports


13 October 2004Britain, France and San Marino Provisional on 2005 F1 CalendarVOA Sports
6 December 2004Ecclestone May Lose Control of Formula One RacingVOA Sports
19 January 2005Formula 1: International Automobile Federation Signes Deal with FerrariVOA Sports
1 March 2005Nuevo reglamento estrena la F1 en 2005 Wikinoticias
3 March 20052005 Formula One Season Kicks Off Down UnderDavid Byrd
7 April 2005Formula 1 Media ConferenceGil de Ferran
7 April 2005Formula One Teams to Boycott Meeting with IAF ChiefVOA Sports
2 September 2005Juan Pablo Montoya establece nuevo récord de velocidad en Fórmula 1 Wikinoticias
25 September 2005Fernando Alonso se convierte en campeón mundial de Fórmula 1 en Brasil Wikinoticias
24 October 2005Automobilismo Formula 1 cambiano le regole 2005 Wikinotizie


8 October 2004Russia to Make Forumula One Debut in 2006Voice of America
19 October 2005Bayerische Landesbank übernimmt Kontrolle über Formel-1-Holding Wikinews
19 October 2005Bernie Ecclestones Saisonfazit Wikinews
23 October 2005Formula One Commission Meets Monday on Rules ChangeVOA Sports
24 October 2005Steht die Formel 1 vor einer technischen Revolution? Wikinews
25 October 2005Formel 1 führt KO-Qualifikation ein Wikinews
26 October 2005Formel-1-Saison 2006 steht Wikinews
25 November 2005Formula 1 CVC Capital Partners acquisisce il controllo della SlEc 2005 Wikinotizie
21 Decmeber 2005Formel 1 geht ab 2006 mit 22 Autos an den Start Wikinews
13 April 2006Michael Schumacher breaks Formula One record for most polesWikinews
22 October 2006Alonso vince il mondiale di Formula 1 2006, GP del Brasile a Felipe Massa Wikinotizie
22 October 2006Fernando Alonso se convierte en bicampeón de Fórmula 1 Wikinoticias


29 August 2006Automobilismo, Formula 1: Calendario 2007, niente G.P. di San Marino e d'Europa Wikinotizie
29 August 2006International Automobile Federation Trims Formula One Race ScheduleVOA Sports
24 January 2007Formel-1-Teams präsentierten ihre Autos für die Saison 2007 Wikinews
11 March 2007Formula 1 2007 a season previewMarius Benade
13 September 2007Scandalo in Formula 1: la McLaren esclusa dal mondiale costruttori Wikinotizie
17 September 2007100 Millionen Geldstrafe für McLaren und keine Konstrukteurspunkte Wikinews
21 October 2007Automobilismo, Räikkönen è campione della stagione 2007 di Formula 1 Wikinotizie


26 February 2008Automobilismo: calendario campionato mondiale Formula 1 2008 Wikinotizie
27 March 2008F1 Teams In The Midst Of UncertaintyAnthony Fontanelle
25 September 2008Formel-1-Saison 2008: Der Protest von McLaren-Mercedes wurde abgewiesen Wikinews
3 November 2008Hamilton, campeón del mundo de Fórmula 1 Wikinoticias


2 July 2008Formel 1 stellt Rennkalender für die Saison 2009 vor Wikinews
6 December 2008Honda quits Formula One racingWikinews
10 December 2008Formula One set to see standardised enginesWikinews
12 December 2008FIA lays out cost cutting measures for Formula OneWikinews
5 September 2009Renault charged with Formula One race fixingWikinews


20 March 2009La FIA propone retrasar el cambio de puntuación en la Fórmula 1 a 2010 Wikinoticias
8 May 2009Why The In Season Testing Ban For Formula One is BadLemmy Gibson
19 June 2009Formula One teams to set up breakaway championshipWikinews
4 July 2009Bulgarian officials in Grand Prix talksWikinews
4 November 2009Toyota se despide de la Fórmula 1 Wikinoticias
5 November 2009Toyota quits Formula OneWikinews
12 November 2010Four Racers in Contention for Formula One ChampionshipVOA Breaking News
14 November 2010Vettel Becomes Youngest Formula One ChampVOA Breaking News


3 November 20102011 Formula One Race Schedule SetVOA News
4 November 20102011 Formula One Race Schedule SetVOA News
4 December 2010FIA beschließt Rennkalender der Formel-1-Saison 2011 Wikinews
10 December 2010Formula One Drops Ban on Team OrdersVOA Breaking News
17 February 2011Bahrain Unrest Threatens Formula One Season OpenerVOA Breaking News
21 February 2011Bahrain Cancels Formula One Season-OpenerVOA Breaking News
24 February 2011Bahrain Grand Prix cancelled amid political turmoil Wikinews
1 March 2011Formula One Looking At Rescheduling Canceled Bahrain Grand PrixWikinews
8 March 2011FIA Sets May 1 Deadline For Bahrain to Reschedule Its Grand PrixVOA Breaking News
10 May 2011Трасса Формулы-1 будет построена в Сочи Викиновости
10 June 2011Bahrain Grand Prix Now OffVOA Breaking News


16 March 2012Формула 1 тази неделя по БНТ2 УикиНовини
13 July 2012Why I miss F1 test days Matt Hubbard, Speedmonkey


21 September 20122013 F1 Calendar released Matt Hubbard, Speedmonkey
4 November 2012Why, after 18 years, I find F1 boring - and what I'd do to make it fun again Matt Hubbard, Speedmonkey
13 May 2013Formula 1 - Is it, in fact, any good? Matt Hubbard, Speedmonkey
9 June 2013Why I miss F1 test days Matt Hubbard, Speedmonkey
11 June 2013I Never Really Loved F1...Bill Crittenden
11 June 2013I think I've fallen out of love with F1. Have you? Matt Hubbard, Speedmonkey


28 July 2011
The Flying Lap, Episode 31: German GP Debrief, 2014 Regulations
Peter discusses the sensational German GP with the inimitable Craig Scarborough and looks ahead to this weekend's Hungarian GP. Can Lewis Hamilton and McLaren-Mercedes win again? Will Red Bull Racing bounce back? Can Ferrari win another? Peter and Craig also examine the new 2014 F1 technical regulations - both chassis and engines. Are they all step forwards? And what will the new cars look like? All this and more on Episode 31.

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9 December 2013Here Are the New F1 Regulation Changes In FullMatt Hubbard, Speedmonkey
11 December 2013Lotus F1 Issues Its Own Rules For 2014 Matt Hubbard, Speedmonkey
6 April 2014F1 2014 Is Brilliant - Despite What The Naysayers Say Matt Hubbard, Speedmonkey


27 April 2020Formule 1 : le début de la saison 2020 est prévu en Autriche le 5 juillet Wikinews

Misc. Article Index

4 March 2002www.artracing.com: the nicest F1 photos treated as paintings!ArtRacing
22 April 2002Leading Formula One-related WebsitesBestWebsites.com
9 April 2005Formula One Cars - Unsurpassed Technology at Its FinestMichael Walker
23 October 2005Formula One Car SpecificationsMarvyn H.
23 January 2006Electric-powered Engine in F1?Alfred Johnson
18 April 2006The Formula 1 Fan Defined
20 February 2008Formula One: From humble beginnings to billion dollar businessAndrew Regan
27 March 2009Franco and Formula Fun™ children's range brings F1 off the track and into the playroomBoxby Ltd
14 October 2010Russia Signs Deal to Host a Formula One RaceVOA Breaking News
5 January 2011German Banker Arrested for Alleged Corruption In Formula One SaleVOA Breaking News
13 January 2011Sve je teže voziti nove bolide Викивести
18 October 2011In India, Formula One the Odds-On FavoriteAnjana Pasricha, VOA News
31 July 2012What if F1 was like MotoGP? Matt Hubbard, Speedmonkey
15 June 2013I'll Never Forget Whats'isname Geoff Maxted, DriveWrite Automotive
8 October 2013Every F1 car livery ever in one place Matt Hubbard, Speedmonkey
14 November 2014Bernie Ecclestone - F1 Is For Pensioners, Not Youngsters Matt Hubbard, Speedmonkey
31 January 2019How Infared Paint Curing Has Helped Formula 1 TeamsInfratech Automotive Solutions

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