• Ask Steven
  • One-hit wonders
  • August 16, 2012: Our resident expert - Steven Lynch - is back to answer more of your questions including the record for the most consecutive points finishes and the best position for drivers to contest just one grand prix

  • Ask Steven
  • F1's most successful Swiss
  • May 20, 2011: Our resident expert - Steven Lynch - on Swiss drivers, the grands prix run away from home, and the Schumacher family affair

  • German Grand Prix
  • Victorious Stewart closes on title
  • August 1, 1971: Jackie Stewart's win at the German Grand Prix - his fifth victory in seven races - gave him an almost unassailable lead in the drivers' championship, and Tyrrell's superb weekend was underlined when Francois Cevert came home second

  • German Grand Prix
  • Ickx chases down Stewart for victory
  • August 3, 1969: Jacky Ickx took victory at the German Grand Prix in what The Times described as "the most brilliant race of his career", after an epic battle with Jackie Stewart, who came second.

  • Dutch Grand Prix
  • Rindt retires as Stewart eases home
  • June 21, 1969: Jackie Stewart's third win in four races at the Dutch Grand Prix extended his lead in the drivers' championship, but as at Monaco five weeks earlier, much of the weekend was spent rowing over the cars themselves rather than the race.

  • Spanish Grand Prix
  • Stewart profits from Lotus failures
  • May 4, 1969: Jackie Stewart won his second race in succession, but the Spanish Grand Prix will be best remembered for two almost identical crashes involving the Lotuses of Graham Hill and Jochen Rindt which could have left either dead.

  • South African Grand Prix
  • Stewart eases to Kyalami victory
  • March 1, 1969: The season-opener was a continuation of where 1968 had left off, with Jackie Stewart in Tyrrell's Matra-Cosworth turning the tables on Hill to win the South African Grand Prix.

  • Mexican Grand Prix
  • Hill secures second world title
  • November 3, 1968: Thirty-nine year-old Graham Hill secured his second world title in empathic style with victory in the season-ending Mexican Grand Prix.

  • Italian Grand Prix
  • Hulme rejoins title battle
  • September 8, 1968: Defending champion Denny Hulme secured his first win of the season with victory at the Italian Grand Prix, a result which, thanks to his steady accumulation of points in other races, lifted him back into the championship hunt.

  • British Grand Prix
  • Siffert secures maiden victory
  • July 20, 1968: Popular Swiss driver Jo Siffert scored his maiden victory at the British Grand Prix driving a Lotus 49 run by the privateer Rob Walker, who had backed Stirling Moss in the past.

  • German Grand Prix
  • Four in a row all but seals Brabham's title
  • August 7, 1966: Jack Brabham eased to his fourth successive win at the German Grand Prix at the Nürburgring, giving him an almost insurmountable lead in the drivers' championship.

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