• Top ten ... titles to go to the final race
  • Going down to the wire
  • November 21, 2012: We look back at ten of the closest title finishes of all time that went down to the final race of the season

  • 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

  • Top ten ... Williams wins
  • Williams' finest hours
  • May 18, 2012: After Pastor Maldonado's success at the Spanish Grand Prix , we look back at ten of Williams' best and most significant victories

  • Rewind to ... 1976 British Grand Prix
  • Hunt wins, then Lauda wins
  • July 8, 2011: We look back at the 1976 British Grand Prix at Brands Hatch, that was ultimately decided by a first-corner collision and many appeals

  • 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

  • Ask Steven
  • Great Scots
  • April 8, 2011: Our resident expert - Steven Lynch - answers readers' questions on Scottish F1 drivers, pre-war legends and a driver nicknamed 'Jumper'

  • Canadian Grand Prix
  • Jones notches up four from five
  • September 30, 1979: Alan Jones recorded his fourth win in five races at the Canadian Grand Prix in Montreal, successfully fighting off a determined challenge from local hero Gilles Villeneuve

  • Dutch Grand Prix
  • Hat-trick for Jones but Scheckter's sitting pretty
  • August 26, 1979: Alan Jones scored his third successive win at the Dutch Grand Prix, at Zandvoort, but the peculiarities of the tweaked scoring system meant it made little impact on the drivers' championship

  • German Grand Prix
  • Jones makes it two in a row for Williams
  • July 29, 1979: Alan Jones won the German Grand Prix at Hockenheim despite his engine misfiring during the final stages and crossing the finishing line with a punctured rear tyre

  • British Grand Prix
  • Regazzoni gives Williams its first win
  • July 14, 1979: Since the start of the season Williams had been threatening it had a car to reckon with, and Clay Regazzoni, at 39 the oldest man in the field, proved it was no idle speculation with victory at the British Grand Prix

  • French Grand Prix
  • Jabouille wins as Villeneuve and Arnoux dice
  • July 1, 1979: The French dominated their home grand prix as Jean-Pierre Jabouille steered Renault to victory at Dijon-Prenois with team-mate Rene Arnoux taking third

  • Monaco Grand Prix
  • Scheckter holds off Regazzoni to open up lead
  • May 27, 1979: Jody Scheckter's start-to-finish victory at the Monaco Grand Prix moved him six points clear in the drivers' championship, but it was a tight finish as he was only a car length ahead of Clay Regazzoni's Williams as he crossed the line

  • Belgian Grand Prix
  • Scheckter finally wins for Ferrari
  • May 13, 1979: The battle for the world title took another twist as Jody Scheckter in a Ferrari and Jacques Lafitte in a Ligier moved joint top in the championship when they finished first and second respectively in a close-run Belgian Grand Prix

  • Spanish Grand Prix
  • Depailler wins as Laffite falters
  • April 29, 1979: Patrick Depailler secured a start-to-finish victory for Ligier at the Spanish Grand Prix, but it was another day of frustration for his team-mate Jacques Laffite as his early season wins started to fade as reliability issues came to the fore

  • Italian Grand Prix
  • First corner carnage claims Peterson's life
  • September 10, 1978: What should have been a triumphant weekend at Monza for Lotus as Mario Andretti was crowned world champion, proved a tragic one as it was completely overshadowed by the death of his team-mate Ronnie Peterson

  • Italian Grand Prix
  • Andretti wins as Lauda moves to the brink
  • September 11, 1977: Mario Andretti wrapped up his third win of the season at the Italian Grand Prix but Niki Lauda's second place was enough to all but secure him his second world championship

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