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 newly crowned F1 champ, Michael Schumacher, entered his first-ever race as a winner. Could he continue his winning ways in the Brazilian GP? Let’s find out.
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.
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.
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.
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 season was refusing to conclude with the title champs, Schumacher and Hill, separated by just 17 points. Could Schumacher win at the European GP and get closer to the title? Let’s find out.
The announcer over the radio conjured dramatic visions in a voice-over. In the background you could hear the roar of nitro-burning funnycars, dragsters, and "diggers."
The 500-mile race at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway was a calamity even before the green flag waved.
Though of a different era and having different personalities, there were some similarities between Michael and Ayrton Senna. Interestingly, it has to do with their driving style. Read on.
Schumacher and Hill’s collision was so remarkable in terms of the outcome that it is discussed even today. So, what happened?
Already a world champion, Michael had to win the Japanese GP to help his team win the constructors’ championship. Could he do it for the Benetton team? Let’s find out.
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.