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The 2005 Monaco GP saw a storming drive to victory by Kimi Raikkonen – while his McLaren Formula 1 team made a big strategic call with a little help from the folks back home.
Jacques Villeneuve twice went to the Monaco Grand Prix with a car that could have won and thus allow him to emulate the achievement of his father Gilles, but instead he endured two of the worst races of his peak years with Williams.
On this day in 2012, Casey Stoner dropped the bombshell that he would be retiring at the end of the season. On that Thursday afternoon in France, the double MotoGP world champion shattered Honda's hopes of assembling the ultimate dream team for 2013.
Highly regarded in his early Formula 1 career, Rubens Barrichello spent much of the "Schumacher era" as the clear number-two driver at Ferrari. But in 2003's British Grand Prix - which Formula 1 is streaming today - the Brazilian driver was imperious
Today, May 13, marks the 70th anniversary of Formula 1's first world championship race.
On this day in 2008, Lewis Hamilton took second place in the Turkish GP to keep his title challenge on course, a result for which he had to use an unusual strategy as an emergency measure
Fifty years ago today, Jochen Rindt won the Monaco Grand Prix after one of the most dramatic last laps in Formula 1 history. A future Indianapolis 500 winner was there to witness it, and he recounts his experiences to Adam Cooper.
The 2000 Spanish Grand Prix was a resounding 1-2 finish for McLaren, as it bounced back from a Ferrari-dominated start to the season to get Mika Hakkinen’s title defense back on track. But the bravery of David Coulthard, to not only take part so soon after a near-death experience but to finish second, was the real talking point of the weekend.
The 1985 San Marino Grand Prix is part of Formula 1 folklore, with three different leaders in the last five laps – none of whom actually won!
Formula 1’s epic battle for the 1976 world championship title between James Hunt and Niki Lauda will go down in history as one of the best ever.
In this free episode from Motorsport.tv’s rich Duke Classic Video archive, relive the drama of Michael Schumacher’s first start in the 1990 World Sportscar Championship at Dijon in France – as well as a startline shunt that almost took out the pace car!
One year on from one of Formula 1’s darkest ever weekends at Imola in 1994, the 1995 San Marino Grand Prix was a poignant victory for Damon Hill and Williams, who beat the Ferraris of Jean Alesi and Gerhard Berger on an emotional day for all concerned.
Whenever the name 'Schumacher' is uttered, few people immediately think of Michael's younger brother Ralf, a six-times GP winner in his own right. In Michael's injury-induced absence, he stepped out of the shadows in the 1999 European Grand Prix - which Formula 1 is live-streaming today - with a fine drive that quelled many doubters.
‘Bang!’ And then… ‘thud!’ The 2008 Canadian Grand Prix was a non-stop rollercoaster of an event to cover from inside the Formula 1 paddock, and with plenty happening off track already that weekend, an audible crunch of carbonfibre (shortly followed by another one) was its latest zany corkscrew moment.
On this day 11 years ago, Toyota arguably should have been celebrating its first win in Formula 1. But the team instead ended up squandering Jarno Trulli's pole position and one of its last chances to safeguard its future in grand prix racing,