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Friday 31st October 2014

 

F1 History

It’s not easy out there

Celebrating the history of
Formula 1′s ‘failures’

Most recent

Gurney at Brabham

Marking 50 years since the team’s maiden win at Rouen

Purley’s LEC lives

David Purley’s shed-built F1 racer heading to Goodwood

Ӧsterreich remnants

Chasing ghosts at one of motor racing’s great venues

Favourite first-timer

Jean Alesi’s popular win in the
1995 Canadian Grand Prix

Simon’s snapshots #4

Race of Champions,
Brands Hatch, April 15 1979

Dealing with it

Michael Schumacher’s unlikely seventh win in Canada

Neubauer’s manic Monaco

You think Niki Lauda has a tough job? Spare a thought for Alfred Neubauer.

Brabhams at Brands Hatch

David Brabham will lead a parade of Brabhams this weekend at Brands

The rise of Brabham

Building a ’60s powerhouse

Gurney on Brabham

Dan’s official statement

Jack Brabham, 1926-2014

In memory of the three-time World Champion

The world according to Jack

A 1999 interview with Sir Jack Brabham

When ‘The Boy’ was 24

When Stirling Moss got his hands on a proper Grand Prix car

Credit Suisse Monaco Forum

Derek Bell, Jochen Mass, Stirling Moss and Romain Dumas discuss the world’s greatest tracks.

When Bernie saw his chance

Nivelles ’74: Bernie Ecclestone’s first taste of control

Senna at Monaco

Senna’s record six Monaco GP wins

Senna’s first win

Looking back at the 1985 Portuguese GP

The man in the yellow helmet

From the archives: a Senna retrospective

F1 History photo galleries

Motor Sport on F1 History

“I get disappointed when I hear about modern racing drivers not having any interest in the past,” said Sir Jackie Stewart when he came into the office to edit the December 2011 issue of Motor Sport. “The one thing about history, and the one thing about knowing a bit of it, is that you learn from it”. Not only that, but the sight of Grand Prix machines tackling the old Nürburgring and Spa circuits is enough to get most of us hooked on the sport for good. Motor Sport has always delved into interesting stories from the past and although the magazine looks to the future, it constantly keeps an eye on F1 history.