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  • Maurice Hamilton's ESPN blog
  • Water Retention
  • July 19, 2013: In his latest blog, a bizarre penalty in DTM reminds Maurice Hamilton of some crafty Tyrrell work ahead of Jackie Stewart being weighed at the Nordschleife

  • Car profile: Tyrrell P34
  • The winning 'piece of junk'
  • January 19, 2012: A profile of the six-wheeled Tyrrell that boasts a record of one victory and 13 podium finishes in two fleeting seasons

  • Ask Steven
  • At the tenth time of asking
  • November 5, 2010: Our resident expert - Steven Lynch - is back to answer more of your burning questions

  • Ask Steven
  • Six wheels on my wagon ...
  • April 2, 2010: Our resident expert - Steven Lynch - is back to answer more of your burning questions

  • My Favourite Driver
  • Slim Borgudd ... F1's musical driver
  • January 13, 2010: Slim Borgudd only scored one point in his brief time in Formula One, but he was an accomplished racing driver as well as being successful in his other life as a musician

  • Japanese Grand Prix
  • Piquet crowned as Mansell withdrawal ends title fight
  • November 1, 1987: Hopes that the drivers' championship would go into the final weekend of the season were ended when Nigel Mansell crashed during qualifying and was ruled out of the Japanese Grand Prix, handing Nelson Piquet the title

  • Australian Grand Prix
  • Rosberg wins but Mansell left fuming
  • November 3, 1985: The 16th and final round of the season took place on the new street circuit in Adelaide and was won by Keke Rosberg on his final outing for Williams

  • European Grand Prix
  • Mansell takes maiden win as Prost claims title
  • October 6, 1985: Nigel Mansell claimed his maiden F1 victory in front of an ecstatic Brands Hatch crowd but Alain Prost, courtesy of the three points he gained from finishing fourth, became the first Frenchman to secure the drivers' championship

  • Belgian Grand Prix
  • Senna masters conditions to win at Spa
  • September 15, 1985: The Formula One roadshow returned to Spa for a second attempt to stage a race which had been scrapped in June, as Ayrton Senna showed his true skill in tricky conditions to win

  • 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

  • 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

  • Portuguese Grand Prix
  • Senna masters the rain for maiden win
  • April 21, 1985: In appalling conditions, Ayrton Senna won the Portuguese Grand Prix for Lotus, his first success in Formula One and confirmation that the form he showed in the opening round in Brazil was no one-off

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