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  • Ask Steven
  • The lowest-placed winner
  • February 1, 2013: Our resident expert - Steven Lynch - is back to answer more of your questions including who finished lowest in the championship having won a race and front-row records

  • Ask Steven
  • Figures-of-eight
  • September 27, 2012: Our resident expert - Steven Lynch - answers readers' questions on figure-of-eight track layouts, Alex Zanardi and the most laps led without winning a race

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  • Pole-less champions
  • August 3, 2012: Our resident expert - Steven Lynch - is back to answer more of our readers' questions including the longest wait for a podium and gaps between grand prix starts

  • Top ten ... driver comebacks
  • Back in the fold
  • January 23, 2012: With Kimi Raikkonen returning to Formula One in 2012, we look back at ten notable drivers who came back to the sport after time away, both successfully and unsuccessfully

  • Ask Steven
  • Great Scots
  • April 8, 2011: Our resident expert - Steven Lynch - answers readers' questions on Scottish F1 drivers, pre-war legends and a driver nicknamed 'Jumper'

  • South African Grand Prix
  • Reutemann breaks his duck in South Africa
  • March 30, 1974: Carlos Reutemann became the first Argentinean to win a Formula One race since Juan Manuel Fangio when he took victory at the South African Grand Prix

  • South African Grand Prix
  • Hailwood the hero as Stewart wins
  • March 3, 1973: Jackie Stewart took his first win of the season in South Africa as he guided his Tyrrell-Cosworth to victory at Kyalami

  • Italian Grand Prix
  • Fittipaldi becomes F1's youngest champion
  • September 10, 1972: Emerson Fittipaldi became the youngest-ever world champion driver by winning from Mike Hailwood and Denny Hulme in the Italian Grand Prix, at Monza

  • South African Grand Prix
  • Hulme victory gives McLaren impetus
  • March 4, 1972: Denny Hulme was victorious in the second round of the championship as his McLaren fended off the opposition in South Africa

  • Italian Grand Prix
  • Gethin wins fastest ever GP
  • September 5, 1971: A year after Jochen Rindt's tragic death, Peter Gethin secured his first grand prix victory at the Italian Grand Prix at Monza. Driving a Yardley BRM, Britain's Gethin won a slipstreaming thriller at an average of 150.75mph and he won by just one one-undredth of a second

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