• Ask Steven
  • Lost leaders
  • January 18, 2013: Our resident expert - Steven Lynch - is back to answer more of your questions including those on world championship leaders killed and a driver known as Peter Rabbit

  • Ask Steven
  • The pole-less champions
  • March 2, 2012: Our resident expert - Steven Lynch - answers your questions on topics such as champions who never achieved a pole position and jailed drivers

  • Ask Steven
  • The pole-less champions
  • March 2, 2012: Our resident expert - Steven Lynch - answers your questions on topics such as champions who never achieved a pole position and jailed drivers

  • Top Tens - Team-mate collisions
  • Pulling in opposite directions
  • June 7, 2010: Martin Williamson and Laurence Edmondson look at ten instances where team-mates have proved anything but supportive

  • Italian Grand Prix
  • Hill crowned champion in tragic circumstances
  • September 10, 1961: Tragedy struck at the Italian Grand Prix when championship leader Wolfgang von Trips was killed, along with 14 spectators, in a horrific crash also involving Jim Clark.

  • German Grand Prix
  • Moss shows class to hold off Ferrari
  • August 6, 1961: Stirling Moss was back to his imperious best at the legendary Nürburgring, where he beat the more powerful Ferraris through sheer driving brilliance.

  • British Grand Prix
  • Von Trips leads home Ferrari trio
  • July 15, 1961: In a difficult race at a rain-lashed Aintree, the Ferraris once again crushed the opposition with a clean sweep at the British Grand Prix.

  • French Grand Prix
  • Baghetti makes history with debut win
  • July 2, 1961: A sensational race at Reims saw rookie Giancarlo Baghetti win in his first grand prix - still the only man to have ever won on his debut.

  • Belgian Grand Prix
  • Hill heads Ferrari clean sweep
  • June 18, 1961: Ferrari's dominance increased at the fast, sweeping Spa circuit as it claimed the first four places in the Belgian Grand Prix.

  • Dutch Grand Prix
  • Von Trips takes maiden win as Ferrari dominate
  • May 22, 1961: The German Count Wolfgang "Taffy" von Trips won his first grand prix at the seaside circuit of Zandvoort, as Ferrari dominated with their V6 shark-nose cars.

  • Monaco Grand Prix
  • Moss withstands Ferrari pressure with supreme display
  • May 14, 1961: Stirling Moss turned in what was considered to be one of the greatest drives of his career to win the season-opening Monaco Grand Prix in an ageing Lotus, holding off a trio of far superior Ferraris.

  • United States Grand Prix 1959
  • Brabham pushes his way to the title
  • December 12, 1959: Jack Brabham won his first world title in a dramatic finale, pushing his Cooper the final few hundred yards of the race after it had run out of fuel

  • French Grand Prix 1958
  • Hawthorn wins on Fangio's farewell
  • July 7, 1958: Mike Hawthorn won the French Grand Prix, his only win of the season, but it was a race overshadowed by the death of his Ferrari team-mate Luigi Musso

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