Formula 1’s Longest Off-Seasons

Formula 1’s 2019-20 winter break was set to be the shortest in 38 years. Instead, it became the longest in 55 years. We take a look back at Formula 1’s longest – and shortest – off seasons.

The F1 drivers who moved from McLaren to Ferrari

In 2021, Carlos Sainz will race alongside Charles Leclerc at Ferrari. The Spaniard becomes only the fifth driver in F1 history to move from McLaren to Ferrari. We take a look at the other four drivers who did so.

F1 in the 2010s: The Decade In Numbers

The curtain has closed on Formula 1’s seventh decade. With three different champions, 12 different race winners, 14 different polesitters and 25 different podium finishers, here are all the facts and statistics from Formula 1 in the 2010s!

Formula 1’s Golden Oldies

As Formula 1 reaches its 1,000th World Championship event, we look back at the sport’s golden oldies – the oldest drivers to have had success in F1, and the oldest drivers still living today.

Ferrari’s Debut Winners

Seven drivers have won on their Ferrari debut. We take a look back at the drivers to have won on their first attempt with the Italian team.

F1’s 5 Longest Comebacks

Jan Lammers, Luca Badoer and Robert Kubica all feature on the list of drivers who took the longest breaks from Formula 1. We take a look at their stories.

F1’s Biggest Gainers and Losers

Which drivers on the 2019 grid have gained places the most frequently in races and who has lost positions most frequently? Who holds the record for most places gained in a Grand Prix? We have all the stats!

The Ultimate F1 Playlist

Heading to a Grand Prix and need some music for your journey? Introducing the Ultimate Formula One Playlist!

Ayrton Senna’s Greatest Races

10 years in Formula One, 65 pole positions, 41 race wins, 80 podiums and 3 World Championships. This is Ayrton Senna.

Imola 1994: The Full Story

The 1994 San Marino Grand Prix weekend is remembered as the darkest weekend in modern Formula One history. F1 was experiencing a relatively safe period. There hadn’t been a fatality at the wheel of a Formula One car since May 1986, and there were no deaths at a Formula One weekend since 1982. But all that changed in Imola. This is the full story of Formula One’s worst weekend. This was the 1994 San Marino Grand Prix.

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