This classic Formula 1 battle is considered by many to be the best 3 laps in open-wheeled racing history, it features Rene Arnoux and Gilles Villeneuve in a no holds barred street fight for the win at the 1979 French Grand Prix.
Hakkinen was the only Formula 1 driver that Michael Schumacher truly feared. That fact alone may be the highest accolade in motorsport.
This wonderful onboard footage with Jim Clark at the 1963 Oulton Park Grand Prix give a great drivers eye view of what it was like to pilot a 60s era Formula 1 car
In this video he takes us on a few flying laps of the Donington Park circuit in the UK and talks us through the laps as well as throwing in some historical tidbits and comparisons to modern day F1 cars.
The Ferrari 126 C4 Formula 1 car packs a 600 bhp, 12,200 rpm, 1,496 cc V-6 engine with twin turbo chargers, dual overhead cams and a transverse six-speed manual gearbox.
Owning and racing a Formula car, especially a car with heritage like this 1961 Lotus 18, is the lifelong dream of many motor racing enthusiasts (myself included).
This relatively hard to find clip shows a pre-Formula 1 battle between Michael Schumacher and Mika Hakkinen, Schumacher is in the blue car and Hakkinen is in the red and white car. Schumacher’s controversial move on Hakkinen is still debated by die hard race fans to this day, the general consensus seems to be that it was a…
This brilliant 7:40 video shows the first lap of the 1975 Formula 1 GP at the Nürburgring, this was the year that Niki Lauda would set the blistering lap record of 6:58.6 during qualifying.
The Long Beach Formula 1 Grand Prix was run between 1976 and 1984, I’m not sure which year this film is from although if I had to guess I’d say early-80s.
The 1955 Monaco Grand Prix was only the second race drive for Stirling Moss in the Mercedes, his team mate was the legendary Juan Miguel Fangio who can be seen in the above image in the #2 car, Moss is in the #6 on the outside.
This was the last of the Adrian Newey designed cars from the Williams F1 team, it went on to win the 1997 constructors and drivers championships at the hands of Jaques Villeneuve.
This high-resolution poster is a fantastic timeline of Formula 1 evolution as seen through the eyes of Ferrari’s engineers, starting in 1950 and progressing right through to 2010 it covers all the most famous Ferrari F1 cars including my personal favourite, the 1962 F156 Sharknose.