Janet Guthrie, the First Woman to Qualify and Compete in the Indianapolis 500 and Daytona 500
Janet Guthrie is the first female to qualify and compete in the Indianapolis 500 and the Daytona 500. Guthrie is also the first female to lead a lap of the Winston Cup Series for NASCAR.
The 2006 French GP: Michael Schumacher’s 88th Career Win
After his victory at the 2006 U.S. GP, Michael would want to keep up the winning momentum. Could he win the 2006 French GP also? Let’s find out.
The 2006 United States GP: Michael Schumacher’s 87th Career Win
With the top spot eluding him in the last four races, could Michael win the 2006 United States GP? Let’s find out.
The 2006 San Marino GP: Michael Schumacher’s 85th Career Win
After a dismal 2005 outing, Ferrari was back on the podium in the 2006 season. They were yet to win, though. Could the 2006 San Marino GP work in Schumacher's favour? Let’s find out.
The 2005 United States GP: Michael Schumacher’s 84th Career Win
After an opposition crushing 2004 season, Michael and the Ferrari team had a forgettable 2005 season. However, coming to the United States, they still hoped for a win. Could they do it? Let’s find out.
The 2004 Hungarian GP: Michael Schumacher’s 82nd Career Win
Michael had already equaled his own record of most wins in a season in Germany. Would he continue to remain unstoppable at the 2004 Hungarian GP too? Let’s find out.
The 2004 British GP: Michael Schumacher’s 80th Career Win
The 2004 season was turning competitive quite late in the year. However, Michael was still winning. Could he continue his winning ways in the 2004 British GP? Let’s find out.
List of Michael Schumacher's 91 Career Wins and the Story Behind Each
One of the all-time greats of Formula 1 also has one of the most career wins. When and where were these 91 victories? Let's find out.
The 2004 Spanish GP: Michael Schumacher’s 75th Career Win
Michael’s reign in the 2004 season was similar to his juggernaut of the 2002 season. Would he continue his juggernaut in Spain too? Let’s find out.
The 2004 San Marino GP: Michael Schumacher’s 74th Career Win
Schumacher remained unstoppable in the 2004 season. Would he make it four wins in a row at San Marino? Let’s find out.
The 2002 Japanese GP: Michael Schumacher’s 64th Career Win
Ferrari’s dominating season was coming to the final race in Japan. Would it be another Schumacher win? Let’s find out.
The 2002 French GP: Michael Schumacher’s 61st Career Win
With the possibility of winning his fifth world title, Michael Schumacher would be eyeing a French GP win. Would he be able to win the race? Let’s find out.
The 2001 Malaysian GP: Michael Schumacher’s 46th Career Win
Michael had a rocking start to the 2001 season with a win, and now it was on to the Malaysian GP. Could he win again? Let’s find out.
The 2000 United States GP: Michael Schumacher’s 42nd Career Win
Having made a comeback to winning ways in Italy, Michael Schumacher wanted a back-to-back win at the U.S Grand Prix. Could he do it? Let’s find out.
The 2000 Australian GP: Michael Schumacher’s 36th Career Win
After a somewhat disappointing end to the 1999 F1 season, Michael would be raring to go to Australia. Could he win the elusive Australian GP? Let’s find out.
The 1999 San Marino GP: Michael Schumacher’s 34th Career Win
Despite an unusual season where Michael had not won a single of the first two races, the San Marino GP promised some action. Could Michael win his first race of the season? Let’s find out.
The Senna-Prost Battles: The Other Side of the Story
Two legends battling for supremacy set up one of the biggest battles in Formula 1 history. This is that story from a different perspective.
The 1998 Argentine GP: Michael Schumacher’s 28th Career Win
Coming out of the infamous 1997 F1 season, Schumacher was looking for his first win in the 1998 season. Could Argentina change Michael’s fortune? Let’s find out.
The 1997 Japanese GP: Michael Schumacher’s 27th Career Win
Reaching the penultimate race, Schumacher required a win to keep his title hopes alive. Could he do it? Let’s find out.
The 1997 Belgian GP: Michael Schumacher’s 26th Career Win
With no wins after the French GP, Michael witnessed Jacques chipping away at his lead in the drivers’ title. Could he win in Belgium? Let’s find out.
The 1997 French GP: Michael Schumacher’s 25th Career Win
Having taken the lead in the drivers’ championship, Michael Schumacher would be hoping for a win in the French Grand Prix. Could he do it with Jacques Villeneuve as a tough competitor? Let’s find out.
The 1997 European GP: Michael Schumacher’s Infamous Crash with Villeneuve
If Schumacher’s crash with Damon Hill ruffled feathers, then wait till you see his crash with Villeneuve. Let’s check it out.
The 1997 Monaco GP: Michael Schumacher’s 23rd Career Win
Four races down, and Schumacher had yet to win in the 1997 season. Could he win in Monaco? Let’s find out.
The 1996 Spanish GP: Michael Schumacher’s 20th Career Win
Michael arrived at the Ferrari camp as a world champ but was unable to win even after six races of the season. Could he do it in Spain? Let’s find out.
The 1995 Pacific GP: Michael Schumacher’s 18th Career Win
With just three points needed to seal the drivers’ championship, Michael had to give it his all in the 1995 Pacific GP. Could he do it? Let’s find out.
The 1995 Belgian GP: Michael Schumacher’s 16th Career Win
With just eleven points separating him from Damon Hill, could Schumacher win the Belgian GP and extend his lead? Let’s find out.
The 1995 French GP: Michael Schumacher’s 14th Career Win
Leading the points table by a mere seven points, would Schumacher be able to win the French GP to extend his lead? Let’s find out.
The 1995 Monaco GP: Michael Schumacher’s 13th Career Win
Schumacher was once again at the top of the table after the Spanish GP. Could he continue his winning ways at Monaco? Let’s find out.
The 1995 Spanish GP: Michael Schumacher’s 12th Career Win
After winning the first race of the season at the Brazilian GP, Schumacher conceded the next two races to Hill. Could he win the Spanish GP? Let’s find out.
The 1981 Canadian GP: Jacques Laffite Wins, but Gilles Villeneuve Steals the Show
Gilles Villeneuve was known to be a risk-taker bordering on craziness. With levels of safety enforced in F1 today, what Gilles Villeneuve did in 1981 could hardly be replicated. What did he do? Let’s find out.
The 1995 Canadian GP: Jean Alesi’s Only Career Victory
The 1995 season was dominated by the defending world champion, Michael Schumacher, and the expected outcome at the Canadian Grand Prix was pretty much the same. Could it turn in favour of Jean Alesi? Let’s find out.
The 1994 French GP: Michael Schumacher’s 8th Career Win
Michael Schumacher's juggernaut saw him win five out of six races so far in the 1994 season. Could he win his sixth race too? Let’s find out.
The 1994 Canadian GP: Michael Schumacher’s 7th Win
In the first five races of the 1994 season, Schumacher managed to win four and come up second in one. Could he win the Canadian GP, the sixth race of the season? Let’s find out.
The 1994 Monaco GP: Michael Schumacher’s 6th Win – Adeus Senna
Schumacher’s dream run of the 1994 season continued for the first three races. Would it be his fourth win in a row? Let’s find out.
The 1994 Brazilian GP: Michael Schumacher’s 3rd Career Win
Schumi was transitioning from a rookie to a championship contender. The 1994 Brazilian GP was the first race of the season. Can he win with stalwarts like Senna around? Let’s find out.
The 2003 Austrian GP: Michael Schumacher’s 67th Career Win–in a Burning Car
Two horrible pitstops, the car set on fire, and a lost lead position: would Michael manage to come back from these to win the Austrian GP? Well, read on to find out.
The 2003 San Marino GP: Schumacher’s Emotional 65th Win
Schumacher was a five-time world champion and yet had not won a single race in 2003. Would it be any different in San Marino? Let’s find out.
The 2000 Italian GP: Schumacher Equals Senna’s Record of 41 Wins
So, what happens when Schumacher's record is equal to the late legend Senna’s record? He bursts into tears. Read on to find out.
Did McLaren Boss Ron Dennis Ask Michael Schumacher to Meet Him in 1993?
Ron Dennis, the boss of one of the most successful F1 teams, wanted to meet Michael Schumacher, a promising driver. What was it all about? Read on to find out.
The 1992 Belgian GP: Michael Schumacher's 1st Career Win
Driving the fourth best constructor’s car, on a track dominated by Senna, Mansell and others, did Schumacher stand a chance to win the 1992 Belgian GP? It didn't seem that way, but he won. How? Read on.
Michael Schumacher vs Damon Hill in the 1996 F1 Season
Schumacher had an eventful end to the 1994 season after colliding with Hill. Hill collided twice in 1995 with Schumacher. 1996 was a new year, but would the contest continue?
The 1994 Michael Schumacher-Damon Hill Collision: Was It a Mistake?
Schumacher and Hill’s collision was so remarkable in terms of the outcome that it is discussed even today. So, what happened?
Racing Videos: Formula 1 Car vs. Road Car vs. Boat vs. Jet
A Formula 1 car is one of the fastest in the world. But how fast is fast? How would it compare to a road car or other vehicles? Let’s find out.
Winning Driving Styles: Michael Schumacher and Ayrton Senna
Though of different eras and having different personalities, there were some similarities between Michael and Ayrton Senna. Interestingly, it has to do with their driving styles. Read on.