• The Pits
  • Hunt's Hesketh under the hammer
  • April 11, 2014: The Hesketh car which helped launch the F1 career of James Hunt is up for auction, and could fetch over half a million pounds

  • Ask Steven
  • Campbell's own race at Brooklands
  • August 16, 2013: Our resident expert - Steven Lynch - is back to answer more of your burning questions including teams to win just one race and nearly men in the championship

  • Ask Steven
  • One record Schumacher doesn't hold ...
  • September 30, 2011: Our resident expert - Steven Lynch - uncovers a record relating to points scoring that Michael Schumacher doesn't hold and answers readers' questions on turbos, also-rans and F1's Jungle Boy

  • Rewind to ... 1974
  • Back British Bears
  • January 23, 2011: With the launch season nearly upon us, Laurence Edmondson takes a look back at Hesketh's whiskey-fuelled unveiling of its 1974 F1 car

  • United States Grand Prix
  • Lauda wins as Regazzoni is criticised
  • October 5, 1975: With both drivers' and constructors' titles resolved at Monza, there was little to play for at Watkins Glen, but Niki Lauda showed why he was the new champion by winning the US Grand Prix

  • Italian Grand Prix
  • Third enough for Lauda's first title
  • August 17, 1975: Niki Lauda secured his first world title by taking third place at the Italian Grand Prix, and the partisan Monza crowd was made even happier when Lauda's Ferrari team-mate Clay Regazzoni won the race

  • Austrian Grand Prix
  • Brambilla takes maiden win in appalling conditions
  • August 17, 1975: The 37-year-old Italian Vittorio Brambilla, who had more than once threatened to record his maiden victory earlier in the season, finally did so at the Austrian Grand Prix

  • German Grand Prix
  • Reutemann up to second with 'Ring win
  • August 3, 1975: Carlos Reutemann won a German Grand Prix at the Nürburgring which was notable for the high attrition rate - only nine of the 24 starters finished - caused by a succession of punctures resulting from a failure to sweep flints and stones from the track

  • British Grand Prix
  • Fittipaldi emerges victorious from the rain
  • July 19, 1975: Emerson Fittipaldi, who had led the championship in the early stages of the season, reminded Niki Lauda he was not about to relinquish his title without a fight with a gutsy victory at a sodden British Grand Prix which ended in chaos

  • French Grand Prix
  • Lauda holds off Hunt at Paul Ricard
  • July 6, 1975: After James Hunt's win at Zandvoort, Niki Lauda returned to winning ways at the French Grand Prix, holding off late challenges from Hunt and Jochen Mass to extend his lead in the championship to 22 points

  • Dutch Grand Prix
  • Hesketh's delight at Hunt's maiden victory
  • June 22, 1975: James Hunt and his underfunded Hesketh team cocked a snoop at the establishment with a remarkable win at the Dutch Grand Prix, ending a string of three victories by the Ferrari of Niki Lauda

  • Monaco Grand Prix
  • Lauda ends Ferrari's wait in Monaco
  • May 11, 1975: Austrian Niki Lauda finally broke the Ferrari run of misfortune by winning the Monaco Grand Prix in Monte Carlo

  • Spanish Grand Prix
  • Safety concerns ring true as tragedy strikes at Montjuic
  • April 27, 1975: The Spanish Grand Prix goes down in the history books as a race won by Jochen Mass in the McLaren, but the whole weekend was overshadowed by driver protests over an unsafe track and ultimately a tragic accident that claimed the lives of five spectators

  • South African Grand Prix
  • Scheckter delights Kyalami crowd
  • March 1, 1975: Jody Scheckter won his home Grand Prix at Kyalami bringing a much needed change in the fortunes of the Tyrrell team

  • Brazilian Grand Prix
  • Pace delights Interlagos crowd with maiden win
  • January 26, 1975: Carlos Pace, of Brazil, achieved his first Formula One victory in the Brazilian Grand Prix at Interlagos in front of 80,000 hugely partisan supporters

  • United States Grand Prix
  • Fittipaldi's title marred by Koinigg death
  • October 6, 1974: Emerson Fittipaldi secured his second world championship in a race marred by the death of young Austrian driver Helmuth Koinigg

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