Wednesday, 21 February 2018 09:00

Alfa Romeo 177: an all-Italian Alfa F1

Originally written by Roberto Motta and published at velocetoday.com, reproduction after permission

Modified by Angelos Fotsinos

Even though many people have not heard of it, the Alfa Romeo 177 is one of the most important cars in the long racing history of Alfa Romeo.

Published in Retro Stories

Translated by Giannis Binas

 

Formula 1, being the pinnacle of motorsport, continues to be the tip of the spear in car technology evolution in spite of the modern strict regulations.

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  • Translated By Giannis Binas
Published in Formula 1 Cars
Tuesday, 08 May 2018 09:00

Gilles Villeneuve: The Last Romantic

Translated by Giannis Binas

 

“If someone said to me that you can have three wishes, my first would have been to get into racing, my second to be in Formula 1, my third to drive for Ferrari.”

Published in Drivers

Translated by Giannis Binas

 

In the end of the 80s and the beginning of 90s, new teams that debuted in Formula 1 “sprouted like mushrooms”, either buying out a smaller team’s assets or beginning from scratch, which is also where they were usually ending.

Published in Formula 1 Cars
Thursday, 07 September 2017 10:00

The turbo dynasty of McLaren (1984 – 1988)

Translated by Athanasios Rizos

Until the late 1970s, the Formula 1 community had not been concerned with the concept of engine turbocharging.

Published in Retro Stories

To 1974, συμπληρώνονταν 10 χρόνια από τον τελευταίο τίτλο που είχε κατακτήσει η Ferrari στην F1 με τον John Surtees και η Ιταλική ομάδα βρισκόταν σε φάση ανασύνταξης.

Published in Formula 1 Cars

Translated by Nikos Arvanitis

 

Bengt Ronnie Peterson was born in Almby, Sweden, in February 14th, 1944.
His father was baker and amateur racing driver and was the man who set the first Kart for the 8-year-old Ronnie.

Published in Drivers

Translated by Nikos Arvanitis

 

In Ron Howard’s “Rush”, a story from Formula One’s past revived on the big screen.

Published in Retro Stories
Monday, 05 March 2018 10:00

Tom Pryce (11/6/1949 – 5/3/1977)

Translated by Nikos Arvanitis

Tom (Thomas) Pryce, an authentic and forgotten Formula 1 rain master...

Published in Drivers

Translated by Giannis Binas

In 1977, Hockenheimring hosted the German GP, taking the place of Nurburgring, which was marked as dangerous.

Published in Retro Stories
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