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  • August 2, 2013: Our resident expert - Steven Lynch - is back to answer more of your questions including one on a circuit around an extinct volcano and women drivers in F1

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  • 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

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  • 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

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  • 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 ten ... winners in F1 & IndyCar
  • Breaking America
  • March 3, 2011: With the news that IndyCar is offering $5 million to any outsider who turns up and wins the season finale at Las Vegas this year, we look back at the top ten drivers who have won on both sides of the Atlantic

  • Sir Stirling Moss on McLaren's drivers
  • A fast team-mate can make you faster
  • January 29, 2010: Sir Stirling Moss on how the Jenson Button / Lewis Hamilton pairing at McLaren will work out

  • Phil Hill 1927-2008
  • F1 champion Phil Hill dies
  • August 29, 2008: Phil Hill, the 1961 Formula One champion, has died at the age of 81

  • Dutch Grand Prix
  • Rindt's win overshadowed by Courage death
  • June 21, 1970: Jochen Rindt recorded his second victory of the season in the Dutch Grand Prix at Zandvoort, a result which took him to just one point behind leader Jackie Stewart in the drivers' standings. But the weekend was marred by a tragic accident in which British driver Piers Courage lost his life

  • Mexican Grand Prix
  • Hulme secures title as Clark wins
  • October 22, 1967: Jim Clark won the season finale at the Mexican Grand Prix, but it was Denny Hulme whose third place was enough to secure the drivers' championship by five points from team-mate Jack Brabham who finished second.

  • United States Grand Prix
  • Clark leads home Hill in Lotus one-two
  • October 1, 1967: Jim Clark won the United States Grand Prix at Watkins Glen, with team-mate Graham Hill taking second to complete a memorable weekend for Lotus.

  • Italian Grand Prix
  • Surtees wins Monza classic
  • September 10, 1967: John Surtees won an epic Italian Grand Prix at Monza, beating Jack Brabham in one of the closest finishes seen for years. The result meant Brabham was only three points behind team-mate Denny Hulme in the drivers' championship with two rounds remaining.

  • Canadian Grand Prix
  • A Brabham one-two at Mosport
  • August 6, 1967: Jack Brabham won the inaugural Formula One Grand Prix at the challenging Mosport Park circuit in Canada, cutting the championship lead of team-mate Denny Hulme, who finished second, to nine points.

  • German Grand Prix
  • Hulme extends lead with Nurburgring victory
  • August 6, 1967: After two races where his Lotus failed to last the distance, Jim Clark bounced back with victory at Silverstone, his fifth win in the British Grand Prix in six years, but Denny Hulme's second place extended his lead in the drivers' championship to nine points.

  • British Grand Prix
  • Clark continues British GP love affair
  • July 15, 1967: After two races where his Lotus failed to last the distance, Jim Clark bounced back with victory at Silverstone, his fifth win in the British Grand Prix in six years, but Denny Hulme's second place extended his lead in the drivers' championship to nine points.

  • Belgian Grand Prix
  • Gurney capitalises to take victory
  • June 18, 1967: Dan Gurney won the Belgian Grand Prix at Spa-Francorchamps, the fourth different winner in as many races, leaving the drivers' championship wide open.

  • Dutch Grand Prix
  • Clark wins with faultless display
  • June 4, 1967: Jim Clark won the Dutch Grand Prix, his first win of the season in front of 80,000 spectators at a wind-swept Zandvoort.

  • Mexican Grand Prix
  • Ginther finishes on a high
  • October 24, 1965: With little at stake in the final race of the season, Richie Ginther secured a historic victory for Honda, the first triumph for the Japanese car maker on the international grand prix circuit.

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