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  • A leading number of leaders
  • August 30, 2013: Our resident expert - Steven Lynch - is back to answer more of your questions including the race with the most leaders and British winners for Mercedes

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  • 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

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  • F1's most surprising winners
  • October 7, 2011: Our resident expert - Steven Lynch - answers readers' questions on the most surprising F1 winners, a driver who illegally raced without qualifying and past venues of the US Grand Prix

  • Top ten ... debuts and replacement drivers
  • Making an entrance
  • September 20, 2011: After Bruno Senna stepped in for Nick Heidfeld with two consecutive top-ten qualifying performances and world championship points in just his second race, ESPNF1 looks back at ten standout replacement and debut drivers, both good and bad

  • Belgian Grand Prix
  • Clark masters torrential Spa conditions
  • June 9, 1963: With thunder, lightning and torrential rain blasting the Ardennes circuit, Jim Clark stormed to victory in the Belgian Grand Prix, leading from start to finish.

  • Monaco Grand Prix
  • Hill benefits as Clark retires
  • May 26, 1963: The 1963 season began with world champion Graham Hill scoring the first of his five Monaco grands prix successes.

  • Italian Grand Prix
  • Hill tightens his grip on title
  • September 16, 1962: Graham Hill continued his charge towards the world championship with a convincing win in the Italian Grand Prix.

  • Dutch Grand Prix
  • Hill triumphs at Zandvoort
  • May 20, 1962: The revitalised British contingent of BRM and Lotus dominated, and, in the first race of the season at Zandvoort, Graham Hill took victory in the new V8 BRM.

  • 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.

  • 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.

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