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Throwback Thursday: 1988 Italian Grand Prix

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1988, a season which saw the titanic juggernaut of Mclaren securing wins in the first eleven races of the season, toppling numerous records. As Ayrton Senna and Alain Prost jousted for the championship, F1 headed to Monza where Ferrari had not won since 1979. Enzo Ferrari had also passed away less than a month earlier, having […]

Throwback: 1986 British Grand Prix

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Britain has enjoyed a number of home drivers winning their race in recent years, but the final race at Brands Hatch in 1986 sought to end the hoodoo lasting ten years. Ayrton Senna was the undisputed king of poles in 1986, having guided his Lotus 98T to five of the previous nine starting positions. However […]

Exclusive: Inside 1990s Mclaren

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It is often forgotten that Formula One is a circus, comprised of countless man hours in setting up, taking down, and moving the event around the globe. What most people do not realise is that F1 also comprises a community, one where rivalries amongst drivers and animosity between teams are set aside. During the 1990s, […]

Throwback Thursday: 2012 European Grand Prix

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Whilst Formula One heads to Azerbaijan for the first time this weekend, F1 Hub throws it back to the last European Grand Prix in Valencia. An incident-packed race saw Fernando Alonso win in front of a packed home crowd, whilst seven-time World Champion Michael Schumacher returned to the podium. However, pole-sitter Sebastian Vettel headed the […]

Throwback Thursday: 1994 Spanish Grand Prix

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With the whole F1 paddock still reeling from the tragic events of Imola a few weeks prior, F1 Hub revisits Damon Hill’s most emotional win. Still active to this day, the Grand Prix Driver’s Association (GDPA), was formed following the 1994 Monaco GP in response to the fatalities at Bolognia. First order of business for the […]

Throwback Thursday: 2005 Chinese Grand Prix

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Ahead of Fernando Alonso’s impending return to the sport, F1 Hub looks back on the Spaniard’s first constructor’s clinching race. Rounding of a dramatic 2005 season, the Chinese Grand Prix saw the closure to Kimi Raikkonen and Alonso’s season long rivalry. Though Alonso had been guaranteed the title with a win in Suzuka, the Chinese […]

The Legendary Jim Clark

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There are few sportsmen that evoke intrigue and interest multiple decades after their stint in a given sport. As part of F1’s list of fabled drivers, little is known about one man who does. A man who was loved by many, envied by rivals and cherished by the sport that he loved so dearly. Jordan […]