• Ask Steven
  • The winning formula
  • June 22, 2012: Our resident expert - Steven Lynch - is back to answer more readers' questions, including who the most successful designer is and which race was the shortest in the sport's history

  • Austrian Grand Prix
  • De Angelis edges out Rosberg in thriller
  • August 15, 1982: Elio de Angelis, driving a JPS-Lotus won his first grand prix after a thrilling finish at the Austrian Grand Prix at the Österreichring, coming home by only five hundredths of a second from Keke Rosberg

  • Canadian Grand Prix
  • Piquet wins following start-line tragedy
  • June 13, 1982: Nelson Piquet won the Canadian Grand Prix, but it was another race marred by tragedy, this time witnessed by millions of viewers across the world as Ricardo Paletti was killed in a collision at the start of the race

  • Italian Grand Prix
  • Piquet assumes championship lead with victory
  • September 14, 1980: Nelson Piquet won the Italian Grand Prix, which took place at Imola rather than the usual Monza circuit, and in so doing overtook Alan Jones in the drivers' championship

  • German Grand Prix
  • Laffite ends Jones run
  • August 10, 1980: The domination of Alan Jones was ended by Jacques Laffite's victory in the German Grand Prix at Hockenheim

  • Monaco Grand Prix
  • Reutemann wins after early pile-up
  • May 18, 1980: Carlos Reutemann won an action-packed and wet Monaco Grand Prix for Williams, a race marked by a spectacular four-car first-corner pile-up

  • Italian Grand Prix
  • Andretti wins as Lauda moves to the brink
  • September 11, 1977: Mario Andretti wrapped up his third win of the season at the Italian Grand Prix but Niki Lauda's second place was enough to all but secure him his second world championship

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