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Out of all F1 races I watched growing up in Australia, the 1987 Silverstone GP is one I particularly remember
I was about 11 and it was a classic race between Nigel Mansell and Nelson Piquet in the two Williams cars. They were racing each other hard and Nigel famously overtook Nelson on Hangar Straight into Stowe corner to win the race. I had no real feeling of how special the passing move was back then, but what grabbed me was seeing the crowd invading the track and how much it meant to the local people for a local driver to win his home race.
Jack Nicholls wonders what 2016 has in store for Formula E and its fans
Yesterday I packed away our fake Christmas Tree. Digging up a new one every year for 30 days of use then chucking it away is hardly ‘Formula E’. As I wrestled the PVC branches back into their implausibly sized box, I wondered what the new year would bring, and what I’d like to see it bring for Formula E.
Visitors to Autosport International will be able to feast their eyes on one of the largest collections of Williams Formula One cars seen away from the team’s headquarters, as part of a major celebration of Williams at the show, which runs from 14-17 January 2016.
Daniel Ricciardo is enjoying the moment as he shows a clean pair of heels to F1’s reigning quadruple world champion.
Early in 2014, Red Bull’s fresh-faced newcomer Ricciardo settled in quickly and stunned the F1 world by generally outshining Vettel, the winner of the last four world titles and the last nine grands prix of 2013 on the trot.