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  • Maurice Hamilton's blog
  • Andrea de Cesaris : 'A truly lovely person'
  • October 6, 2014: Maurice Hamilton looks back at the life of Andrea de Cessaris, a driver with a reputation for crashing in F1 but one remembered for his fun-loving and engaing personality

  • Ask Steven
  • Lightning strikes twice
  • May 24, 2013: Our resident expert - Steven Lynch - is back to answer more of your questions including repeat podiums and the most races won consecutively by one team

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  • Success without winning
  • November 9, 2012: Our resident expert - Steven Lynch - is back to answer more of your burning questions

  • GP Week
  • It was 20 years ago...
  • August 23, 2011: GP Week editor Adam Hay-Nicholls turns the clock back 20 years to relive the arrival of Michael Schumacher

  • Ask Steven
  • Late to the party
  • June 17, 2011: Our resident expert - Steven Lynch - looks at race winners who took the lead on the last lap, and the longest careers without winning a grand prix.

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  • Eleven winners in one season
  • June 3, 2011: Our resident expert - Steven Lynch - is back to answer more of your burning questions

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  • The oldest F1 driver in the world
  • March 24, 2011: This week our resident expert - Steven Lynch - tracks down the oldest living F1 driver and finds the connection between Adrian Sutil and Kenneth More

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  • Falling at the last hurdle
  • October 8, 2010: Our resident expert - Steven Lynch - is back to answer more of your burning questions

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  • From two wheels to four
  • June 18, 2010: Our resident expert - Steven Lynch - is back to answer more of your burning questions

  • Dutch Grand Prix
  • Lauda claims final career victory
  • August 25, 1985: Niki Lauda won the Dutch Grand Prix a week after he had announced he would be retiring at the end of the season. It was to be his 25th and final grand prix win and, on a weekend of farewells, it was the last championship race at Zandvoort and the last Dutch GP

  • Austrian Grand Prix
  • Prost spoils Lauda's final homecoming
  • August 18, 1985: Alain Prost's fourth win of the season at the Österreichring took him joint top of the drivers' championship alongside Michele Alboreto. But it was a race which was controversially restarted and was somewhat overshadowed by Niki Lauda's announcement he was to retire for a second time at the end of the year.

  • British Grand Prix
  • Prost wins to close gap on Alboreto
  • July 21, 1985: Alain Prost won the British Grand Prix after a customary measured drive but the battle for the points behind him was mired in controversy as officials waved the chequered flag a lap too early

  • French Grand Prix
  • Piquet powers to win at Paul Ricard
  • July 7, 1985: Nelson Piquet's ended a wait of more than a year as he swept to victory in the French Grand Prix, claiming Pirelli's first win since Stirling Moss in a Vanwall at Monza in 1957. For Brabham, it would be its last victory in F1

  • Detroit Grand Prix
  • Street king Rosberg romps to victory
  • June 23, 1985: Keke Rosberg underlined his liking for street circuits with victory in a Williams at the Detroit Grand Prix. His only two wins in the previous couple of seasons had been in Monaco in 1983 and Dallas in 1984

  • Canadian Grand Prix
  • Alboreto overcomes De Angelis to claim championship lead
  • June 16, 1985: Michele Alboreto moved to the top of the drivers' championship with victory at the Canadian Grand Prix but Elio de Angelis did not give up first place without a fight, pressurising the Ferrari until the tyres on his Lotus began to fade

  • Monaco Grand Prix
  • Prost wins again in Monaco
  • May 19, 1985: Alain Prost won the Monaco Grand Prix for the second year running and unlike 1984 he did so without any controversy or official intervention

  • San Marino
  • De Angelis claims second win after Prost disqualification
  • May 5, 1985: Alain Prost crossed the line first at the San Marino Grand Prix but his celebrations were short-lived as his car was found to be underweight and he was disqualified, handing Elio de Angelis the second and final victory of his 108-race career

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