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Race of my Life: Mika Hakkinen on the 1998 Monaco GP

The latest episode in Autosport’s Race of My Life podcast series is Mika Hakkinen on the 1998 Monaco GP, the first time he saw the chequered flag in Monte Carlo – and he won!

F1 reserve drivers back in spotlight as season restarts

With the Formula 1 season set to restart in Austria in July, the COVID-19 crisis has put an extra focus on reserve drivers, as clearly there is a possibility that in the coming months a race driver could test positive and be ruled out of action.

How Stroll came within 11 days of Verstappen's F1 record

In a bonkers 2017 Azerbaijan Grand Prix, Lance Stroll made Formula 1 history in his charge to the podium which became part of a true modern classic.

Watson's first great American F1 comeback drive

The first-ever Detroit Grand Prix in 1982 was an often chaotic but highly memorable event, as Formula 1 got its lucrative second race in the United States – a late replacement for Watkins Glen – to complement Long Beach way out west. McLaren’s John Watson surged through the field for a famous victory from 17th on the grid in a two-part aggregate race that was packed with incidents and overtaking.

Ranked! Sebastian Vettel's top 10 Formula 1 wins

With 53 Formula 1 wins to his name so far, Sebastian Vettel has produced some of the all-time greatest drives. But here is how his best of the best filter down.

How Graham Hill set Alonso a challenge for the future

Fernando Alonso's quest for motorsport's triple crown has captured the imagination in recent years. Here's how Graham Hill completed the set, from the 3 January 2013 issue of Autosport magazine.

Hamilton Eau Rouge bet showed his class, says Kovalainen

A bet that Lewis Hamilton won about how fast he could take Eau Rouge on his first lap out of the pits in practice was proof of his exceptional talent, says former Formula 1 teammate Heikki Kovalainen.

How Sauber created its greatest legacy Prime

How Sauber created its greatest legacy

In the latest part of the series celebrating 50 years of the much-loved Swiss outfit, we exmaine how Sauber's partnership with Mercedes and its famous junior drivers helped produce its greatest legacy in racing

Hungarian GP contract extended to 2027

The Hungarian Grand Prix will remain on the Formula 1 calendar until 2027 after promoters agreed a one-year extension to the current contract.

Horner: Red Bull has nothing to fear from cost cap

Red Bull boss Christian Horner says his team has nothing to fear about the arrival of a cost cap in Formula 1 – even though it will likely hurt the top outfits more.

"Serious people" considering Williams investment - Brawn

Formula 1 managing director of motorsport Ross Brawn says that some "fairly serious people" are considering an investment in the Williams team.

The last hurrah of Formula 1's most successful engine

On this day in 1983, a winning era for Formula 1's most successful engine came to an end when Michele Alboreto triumphed for Tyrrell around the streets of Detroit.

Aston Martin not looking for "headline” names for F1 2021

Racing Point Formula 1 team boss Otmar Szafnauer has made it clear that the team isn't in the market for a new driver as it morphs into Aston Martin in 2021.

Williams F1 restructure is "nothing but positive"

The move to restructure Williams’ Formula 1 operation through a possible sale of the team should not be viewed as “anything other than positive”, according to deputy chief Claire Williams.

F1 could mix up tyre compounds to spice up double-headers

Formula 1 could mix up tyre compounds between double-header events in order to liven up the second race of the weekend.

Why F1 is in good hands in its hour of need Prime

Why F1 is in good hands in its hour of need

Formula 1 has many challenges to resolve after the coronavirus pandemic threw the 2020 season into disarray - but, says Mark Gallagher, Liberty Media's secretive top man is unfazed by adversity.

FIA further clamps down on F1 engine tricks

The FIA has moved to further clamp down on engine tricks in Formula 1, as teams begin gearing up for the resumption of racing.

Race of my Life: Jackie Stewart on the 1973 Italian GP

The latest episode in Autosport’s Race of My Life podcast series is Sir Jackie Stewart, talking about the 1973 Italian Grand Prix, and the day he won his third and final F1 title

European-only F1 season qualifies as world championship

Formula 1 managing director Ross Brawn says that the eight-race European calendar issued earlier this week would officially count as a world championship, even if no further races can be run.

Coulthard "concerned" about new F1 rules handicapping success

David Coulthard says he is "a little bit concerned about anything that handicaps success" regarding Formula 1's new rules, warning that it cannot risk losing its position as motorsport's "pinnacle".

Mercedes to test at Silverstone ahead of F1 racing return

Lewis Hamilton and Valtteri Bottas will return to Formula 1 action next week when Mercedes undertakes a two-day test at Silverstone.

Russian GP venue open to double-header idea

Russian Grand Prix organisers say they are open to holding a double header of Formula 1 races this year to help fill out the calendar.

Why the reverse-grids proposal won't go away Prime

Why the reverse-grids proposal won't go away

It appears as though Formula 1's proposal to introduce reversed-grid qualifying races will fall by the wayside for the time being. But, despite Mercedes' resistance, F1 owner Liberty Media is still keen to experiment with new formats.

The troubled car that was a game-changer for F1

When it comes to stand out Formula 1 cars, it’s all too easy to think only of machinery that won a bunch of races or went all the way to world championship glory.