Much like IndyCar, Formula One has also threatened to split multiple times, but for one crucial moment - ahead of it American counterpart - it did go separate ways for a few races. This is the story of the F1 series that never was.
This is the story of a group of Hungarian Grand Prix drivers who could have written motor racing history in the 1920s and 1930s before the waves of war swept old Europe away. [warning: heavy use of gifs]
A relic Maserati Grand Prix racing car survived the most treacherous race tracks in Europe, fascism, decades of communism, the junk yard, yet it is still raced today by a fanatic.
Ferrari's 2015 Formula One car carries Alfa Romeo badges on the back of its side pods, which marks the end of a 28-year hiatus of the Italian manufacturer's name in Grand Prix racing. We are looking back on its history in GP competitions.
As the Formula One Singapore Grand Prix and the American round of the World Endurance Championship are preparing themselves for this weekend, let's stop for a minute and commemorate the person who kicked both in gear and would be 141 years old today.
Promenade des Anglais, Nice, France - 22 April, 1946
Lewis Hamilton and Nico Rosberg fought an excellent battle last weekend, and it seems Mercedes will be de dominant force in Grand Prix racing for 2014. On the other hand, it would be foolish not to bet on Audi winning this year’s Le Mans 24 Hours (as they always do) or the World Endurance Championship in 2014... again.
China, Bahrain, Russia - these are some of the countries on the 2014 F1 calendar that do not necessarily advocate the same values the Western world is built upon. Along with Hungary, which hasn't always been a democratic one and still questioned to be one nowadays. Also, there is Azerbaijan in talks.
...és mi köze van a tiszaszentimrei kocsma bicikli-felvigyázójához?
I had this thing earlier this year about the first Grand Prix race in a rather strange concept, now I do the follow-up.
...in wonderful, creamy STEREO, fitted with the commentary of Sir Stirling Moss as the track announcer. Also, behold: a pecky little car called the Mustang is exhibited by Ford before it goes to mass production.
One might think racing, especially Formula One racing has come a long way since its beginnings, but history tells otherwise. This is the story of the events leading up to the first French Grand Prix - the grandfather of all F1 races and how people and politics have not changed since.