• The Pits
  • Stewart film canned over false affair storyline
  • June 24, 2013: A film about three-time champion Sir Jackie Stewart may be canned after his wife objected to scenes depicting her having an affair with Stewart's team-mate Francois Cevert

  • Top Ten ... Driver pairings
  • A winning line-up
  • July 16, 2012: With Mark Webber committing his future to Red Bull for 2013 it extends his partnership alongside Sebastian Vettel in to a fifth season. ESPNF1 looks at ten other successful driver pairings in terms of results

  • Ask Steven
  • New kids on the block
  • March 16, 2012: Our resident expert - Steven Lynch - has been finding the answers to questions on topics such as the most consecutive races won by first-time winners and the longest grand prix

  • 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
  • The closest ever top three
  • August 5, 2011: Steven Lynch answers readers' questions on the most pit stops made when winning a race, close finishes and an obscure previous team

  • Top Ten - No. 2 Drivers
  • For the good of the cause
  • April 5, 2010: Fraser Masefield looks at ten drivers who accepted second best behind their team-mates

  • US Grand Prix
  • Peterson victory overshadowed by Cevert's death
  • October 7, 1973: Despite a brilliant battle between eventual winner Ronnie Peterson and James Hunt, the whole US Grand Prix race weekend was overshadowed by the death of Francois Cevert during qualifying

  • German Grand Prix
  • Record-breaking Stewart closes in on third title
  • August 5, 1973: Jackie Stewart's win in the German Grand Prix was a record-breaking 27th and moved him further ahead of Emerson Fittipaldi in the World Championship and closer to a third world title

  • Dutch Grand Prix
  • Stewart victory tainted by Williamson's horrific death
  • July 29, 1973: Jackie Stewart won his 26th Grand Prix by taking victory in the Dutch Grand Prix at Zandvoort, in a race overshadowed by tragedy when young British driver Roger Williamson lost his life in a horrendous accident

  • French Grand Prix
  • Peterson's turn for a slice of luck
  • July 1, 1973: Ronnie Peterson had been denied victory in front of his home fans in the previous race thanks to a stroke of misfortune but it was the Swede's turn to enjoy a slice of luck at the French Grand Prix

  • Swedish Grand Prix
  • Hulme pips Peterson on penultimate lap
  • June 17, 1973: Denny Hulme bounced back in the world championship contention by winning a riveting inaugural Swedish Grand Prix for McLaren on the final lap at the twisty Anderstorp circuit

  • Monaco Grand Prix
  • Stewart equals Clark's record
  • June 3, 1973: Jackie Stewart took a third win of the season as his Tyrrell won the Monaco Grand Prix on a circuit that had been revised since 1972

  • Belgian Grand Prix
  • Tyrrell benefits in Belgium
  • May 20, 1973: After playing a leading part in a protest by drivers to have the troublesome track declared unfit for racing, Jackie Stewart won the Belgian Grand Prix in his Tyrell Ford

  • Spanish Grand Prix
  • Fittipaldi stretches lead in Spain
  • April 29, 1973: Emerson Fittipaldi increased his lead in the drivers' standings by winning round four of the championship as Montjuich Park played host to the Spanish Grand Prix

  • Argentine Grand Prix
  • Reigning champion opens season with victory
  • January 28, 1973: Reigning world champion Emerson Fittipaldi opened his 1973 account with a win for Lotus after overtaking Tyrrell's Francois Cevert late in the race

  • French Grand Prix
  • Marko blinded by stone as Stewart wins
  • July 2, 1972: Jackie Stewart signalled he was not going to surrender his title without a fight with victory at the French Grand Prix, where Helmut Marko's career came to an end in a freak incident

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