Motorsport and politics intertwine in this story of Richard ‘Dick’ Seaman, the pre-war British ace who gave the Nazi salute following his 1938 German Grand Prix win and died the following year.
Michael Schumacher edged closer to his first world title for Ferrari 20 years ago today by passing Mika Hakkinen to win in the rain at home.
It’s not race week – but we’ve got another piece of motorsport action you might have missed the first time to enjoy. This week, four thrilling, championship-deciding races at the Circuit de Catalunya in 2012.
Is this new biography of Niki Lauda, who died one year ago this month, the pick of a growing number of new books on the three-times champion?
Although 2020 has disappointed us in so many ways, it is proving to be a bit of a bumper year for books on pre-war motorsport.
Mika Hakkinen cut Michael Schumacher’s points lead by winning the Spanish Grand Prix 20 years ago today, while David Coulthard rebounded after a fatal plane crash.
Michael Schumacher’s pursuit of his first championship with Ferrari suffered a setback 20 years ago today following a resurgent performance by McLaren at Silverstone.
Michael Schumacher extended his championship lead after coming from behind to beat Mika Hakkinen at Imola 20 years ago today.
Michael Schumacher’s pursuit of his first world championship as a Ferrari driver took another step forward 20 years ago today in Brazil, while McLaren were stung by a disqualification.
In a new series, RaceFans reviews every race from the 2000 season, marking 20 years since Michael Schumacher won his first world championship as a Ferrari driver.
Before Lewis Hamilton burst onto the F1 scene, Willy T Ribbs became the first black driver to qualify for the Indianapolis 500. A new film ‘Uppity’ tells his story.
The 1994 Formula 1 season was one of the most explosive in the sport’s history. But is there anything new to be said about it?
Niki Lauda started 171 F1 races and hundreds more in other championships. Jon Saltinstall has painstakingly researched every one of them for this new history of the thrice-champion’s career.
Does this new Formula 1-focused title from Sniff Petrol author Richard Porter hit the same comic heights as the website?
Former Brawn GP CEO Nick Fry’s new book promises to lift the lid on its fairytale 2009 championship success. But it’s only opened part-way, writes Ben Evans.
With “My Greatest Defeat”, Formula 1 front man Will Buxton demonstrates his knowledge and talents stretch beyond the grand prix world
At nearly a thousand pages, is this vast biography of Enzo Ferrari worth investing your money -and time – in?
The rivalry between Ayrton Senna and Alain Prost has hardly been neglected by F1 authors. Does The Power and the Glory add something new to the story?
Looking for a new game to see you through the summer break? Motorsport Manager 3 offers a pocket-sized team boss experience at a pocket money price.
Does ‘The Best of the Best’ do justice to the legacy of a driver with the extraordinary talent of Jim Clark? Read the RaceFans verdict.