100 Greatest F1 Videos – Part V (60-51)

The backmarker that sparked a tyre protest, the triple-champion that grilled a two-time champion on national television, and the most controverisal race stoppage ever. All this and more highlights in part five of the greatest Formula One video clips. Tags f1 / formula one / grand prix / motor sport / video / f1 video

The Great Design Race

Formula One fans in London should get themselves down to the Design Museum for The Great Design Race, an exhibition of F1 cars and engineering that runs from July 1st to October 29th. Examples of Formula One cars include the revolutionary ground effect Lotus 79 that Mario Andretti won the 1978 championship with and the … Continue reading The Great Design Race

100 Greatest F1 Videos – Part IV (70-61)

Apologies for the 24 hour delay! Here is the fourth installment of our Greatest Formula One Videos feature, taking us from number 70 to number 61. Today’s ten have at least one clip from every decade of the sport -from verbal wars to championship heartbreak via first-lap shunts.

ITV1 will show Canada

ITV have changed their television line-up for Sunday evening and will now show the Canadian Grand prix live on ITV1. However, live qualifying will only be on the digital channel ITV4. F1Fanatic would like to apologise for the eight hours of downtime experienced yesterday due to a server fault. This caused the postponement of part … Continue reading ITV1 will show Canada

100 Greatest F1 Videos – Part III (80-71)

Today we have numbers 80-71 from out top 100 Formula One videos. Including a near miss at Monaco, terror at the Hockenheimring, and turbo heaven at Montreal. Read on for more. Tags f1 / formula one / grand prix / motor sport / video / f1 video

US fans get interactive F1

Americans F1 fans will be the first to get interactive coverage of Formula One over the Internet during this year’s United States Grand Prix. Racing channel Speed are providing multiple screens via a broadband feed costing US$14.99 (???8.09) via SPEEDtv.com. The stream will also be available for fans to watch a replay of the race … Continue reading US fans get interactive F1

More woe for BusinessF1

The often-controversial magazine BusinessF1 has been brought into disrepute once again. Editor Tom Rubython is being sued for libel by FIA director of publicity Richard Woods. Woods is claiming US$550,000 worth of damages. Rubython has suffered defeat in a series of recent cases. Not only that, but an enterprising and anonymous individual has set up … Continue reading More woe for BusinessF1

The new breed

Two papers this morning followed up the British Grand Prix coverage with interviews with the two drivers most likely to make their debuts in F1 next year. The Guardian picked Heikki Kovalainen, Renault’s test driver whom Nico Rosberg narrowly beat to the GP2 title last year. Kovalainen’s conventional racing credentials are strong (2004 World Series … Continue reading The new breed