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Back in action: Belgian Grand Prix

The summer break is over and F1 returns for the Belgian Grand Prix. The Spaa-Francorchamps is the longest circuit on the calendar and a favorite for fans and drivers alike. Refreshing themselves during the summer break, it's time to...

Beginning of an era: Michael Schumacher’s debut

It was the season of 1991 and the fight for the championship was ever so close between Nigel Mansell and Ayrton Senna. Heading into the 11th race of the season, Jordan driver Bertrand Gochat was imprisoned and hence out of...

Sebastian Vettel’s Funny Moments

Sebastian Vettel, the four time world champion, who is currently relishing his spell with Ferrari along with the Finnish iceman, Kimi Raikkonnen, is considered to be one of the most hilarious people on and off the track. The German is adored...

Greatest comeback drives in Formula 1 history

A comeback is an art, extremely difficult to execute, yet immensely satisfying upon completion. Be it in any sport, the act of coming back to win from being down in the dumps invokes a special feeling, unparalleled by anything...

8 of Formula One’s finest wet weather drives

The kind of adrenaline pumping sport that Formula One is, it sure gets much more exciting when the weather gets tricky. Many a times, dry races have seen typical finishes that many people before the race predict. But predicting anything for...

The controversial Belgian Grand Prix of 1998

One of the most controversial and incident packed races which involved the biggest ever crash in terms of the number of cars involved, the 1998 Belgian Grand Prix was the 13th race of the season. The race was won...

F1 Moments 2015 – Top 10

With 3 months to go for the 2016 season opener, Australian Grand Prix, we take a look at the top iconic moments in the 2015 F1 season, which were hard to ignore and were widely discussed because they were...

5 of the best overtakes of the 2015 F1 season

Overtaking is an art and one which even makes Mona Lisa scream, “God that was close!”. It’s  a major part of the sporting side of Formula One. It separates the very good from the good and the world champions...