Ayrton Senna’s First Victory-1985 Portuguese Grand Prix

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On a cold, rainy day in Portugal, a legend was born.  It was April 21, 1985, and the Autodromo do Estoril was being drenched by a constant downpour of rain and the chill was inescapable.   The Portuguese Grand Prix was the second race of the Formula 1 season and little did fans know they […] READ MORE


Formula 1 Teams Reveal New Cost Cutting Package

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Formula 1 teams have come to an agreement regarding a new cost-cutting package for 2021. The new package is aimed at lowering the cost of racing and closing the gap between the teams.   The budget cap will include an attempt to leveling the playing field regarding research and development for the teams. New Budget Conscious […] READ MORE


Formula 1 Announces Plans for 2020 Season

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Formula 1 CEO, Chase Carey released an update today on Formula 1’s 2020 Season, giving fans around the world some hope for racing in the near future. While announcing some races, including the French Grand Prix in June, would be canceled, Carey gave fans a light at the end of the tunnel so to speak, […] READ MORE


1962 French Grand Prix-Gurney’s First Win

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The French Grand Prix was run on a beautiful, sun-kissed day on July 8, 1962, in Rouen, France. While two British drivers, Jim Clark and Graham Hill, seemed to be the fastest on track, at the end of the day it was an American that claimed the victory. The victory was a first not just […] READ MORE


A Legend’s First Victory in the 1959 US GP

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It was a perfect, sunny Florida day on December 12, 1959.  The United States Grand Prix was about to be run to a smaller than expected crowd, despite the beautiful weather. It was the last race of the 1959 World Championship of Drivers and the International Cup for Formula 1 Manufacturers, and only the second […] READ MORE


F1 Loses Most Iconic Race in Monaco GP Cancellation

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All over the world things are grinding to a halt due to concerns of the COVID-19 virus. Formula 1 is no exception and this week announced that they have canceled the most iconic race on the schedule, The Monaco Grand Prix. Previously, Formula 1 canceled the first four races of their season and rearranged the […] READ MORE


F1 cancels Monaco GP for 2020, delays new regulations

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First, the 2020 Monaco Grand Prix was only postponed, along with the Dutch GP and Spanish GP – F1’s fifth and sixth scheduled events of the year. Hours later, the FIA has announced the ultimate cancellation of the 2020 event that kicks off the greatest day in racing. F1 cancels Monaco GP for 2020, delays […] READ MORE


Racing Re-Watches from Last Word On Motorsport

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Dear readers, It’s a confusing time. It really is. It’s a fast moving one. The news cycle is constantly refreshing. At the same time, a week ago seems like a month ago. We want to help get through that, and maybe give ourselves a little bit of relief in the process. We intend to keep […] READ MORE


The 1968 Canadian Grand Prix

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The morning of September 22, 1968, started out a bit chilly, however, the sun was shining brightly and promised to warm up the Circuit Mont-Tremblant in Quebec, Canada. The Formula 1 season was in the middle of a huge battle for the championship that included some of the greatest names in racing. The 1968 Canadian […] READ MORE


The White Zone: NASCAR and IndyCar came to their senses

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The back page of the New York Post says it all. Column: the back page says it all. https://t.co/T0DMMzZzgs pic.twitter.com/QRBwkWBYY6 — Mike Vaccaro (@MikeVacc) March 12, 2020 It started Wednesday in Oklahoma City, when an NBA game between the Utah Jazz and the Thunder was postponed, because Jazz center Rudy Gobert tested positive for the coronavirus. […] READ MORE