• Brazilian Grand Prix - Red Bull
  • Record doesn't compare with Ascari's - Vettel
  • November 24, 2013: Sebastian Vettel says Alberto Ascari's record of nine consecutive victories is still special, despite equalling it at the Brazilian Grand Prix this weekend

  • Ask Steven
  • Birthday winners
  • April 12, 2013: Our resident expert - Steven Lynch - is back to answer more readers' questions, birthday winners and the most places gained in one race

  • Top ten ... F1 grids
  • Golden years
  • February 15, 2012: With a record six champions on the grid in 2012, we look back at some of the most talented fields in the sport's history

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

  • Top Ten ... fathers and sons
  • Relative successes
  • October 15, 2010: The top ten fathers who have been followed into Formula One by their sons

  • Rewind to ... 1948
  • When Europe conquered Britain
  • October 1, 2010: Martin Williamson looks back to when the British Grand Prix was reborn on a shabby airfield in Northamptonshire

  • Top ten ... greatest wet-weather drives
  • Winning in the rain
  • August 24, 2010: With wet weather the true litmus test of separating the good from the great, we look back at some of the greatest drives in the most testing of conditions

  • Monaco Grand Prix 1955
  • Trintignant wins as Ascari's luck runs out
  • May 22, 1955: After a three-year absence the Monaco Grand Prix returned and to the delight of more than 100,000 locals the race, designated as the European Grand Prix, was won by Maurice Trintignant in a Ferrari

  • Argentine Grand Prix 1955
  • Fangio keeps his cool as rivals wilt
  • January 16, 1955: Defending champion Jean Manuel Fangio proved his Mercedes was again the car to beat with a resounding victory in front of his adoring fans

  • Italian Grand Prix 1954
  • Fangio wins but it's Moss who steals the show
  • September 5, 1954: Juan Manuel Fangio completed his sixth win of the season - his fourth for Mercedes - at the Italian Grand Prix, but the headlines centred on Stirling Moss

  • Italian Grand Prix 1953
  • Fangio brings down curtain on Ascari era
  • September 13, 1953: The curtain came down on the two-year dalliance with Formula Two at Monza with a symbolic passing over of the mantle from Alberto Ascari to Juan Manuel Fangio

  • Swiss Grand Prix 1953
  • Ascari disobeys team order to take final victory
  • August 23, 1953: Alberto Ascari had secured his second championship three weeks earlier at the Nurburgring, and he underlined his two-season dominance with victory in the Swiss Grand Prix

  • German Grand Prix 1953
  • Ascari's title but Farina turns back the clock
  • August 2, 1953: Alberto Ascari duly secured his second successive world championship, although he did so while out of the places for only the second time in two seasons

  • French Grand Prix 1953
  • Hawthorn wins a French epic
  • July 5, 1953: Mike Hawthorn won an epic French Grand Prix, edging out Juan Manuel Fangio on the line

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