The Race That Was…Monaco 1996

Monte Carlo has hosted wet races since it beginnings, as well some races of attrition that beggar belief, but the events that unfolded during...

The Race That Was… Indy 2005

Infamous. That's the only word that remains when the US GP of 2005 comes up in conversation, both in the Sett and in general F1 chit-chat. It stands as a pillar of confusion and bad decision making that turned the sport on it's head for an afternoon, and sent it packing from America, a land rich with promise, a mere two years later.

The Race That Was… Long Beach 1979

The ‘Grand Slam’ of F1 - pole, win, and fastest lap all in one race. Even though it might not be as rare today...

The Race That Was…Phoenix 1990

Throughout the history of Formula One, there are races which stand out above all else. Races that in one afternoon catapult a driver from...

The Race That Was…Abu Dhabi 2010

Fernando Alonso doesn't have fond memories of driving the Yas Marina circuit, especially when in a race for a Driver's Championship. Two years ago...

Badger’s Suzuka Sizzlers – 2005

Suzuka is one of F1's finest circuits,  a far-eastern gem with stunning corners, a ferris-wheel backdrop and passionate fans aplenty. It's hosted some great...

Badger’s Suzuka Sizzlers – 1989

Suzuka is one of F1's finest circuits,  a far-eastern gem with stunning corners, a ferris-wheel backdrop and passionate fans aplenty. It's hosted some great...

Badger’s Suzuka Sizzlers – 1996

Suzuka is one of F1's finest circuits,  a far-eastern gem with stunning corners, a ferris-wheel backdrop and passionate fans aplenty. It's hosted some great...

The Race That Was…Monaco 1982

Looking for the craziest race finish in the history of Formula One? Then look no further than an overcast afternoon in the Principality in the spring of 1982 which saw 17 retirements, 6 leaders in last 2 laps and only 3 cars running at the finish.

Badger’s Brazilian Flashback – 2003

As the race unfolded, we had a variety of leaders - poleman Rubens Barrichello lost the lead into the first corner to David Coulthard, who was then caught and passed by team-mate Kimi Raikkonen. Kimi then had to fend off Juan Pablo Montoya, but the Columbian then fell back into the clutches of Coulthard and the other Ferrari of Michael Schumacher.

Badger’s Brazilian Flashback – 1991

Ayrton Senna had set the F1 world on fire since 1984, and by the time he came to race at home in 1991 - his seventh try - he was a double world champion and well on his way to being regarded as one of the greats. But, savouring a race victory at Interlagos was something missing off his already impressive list of achievements.

Badger’s Brazilian Flashback – 1989

The last race to be held on the Jacarepagua circuit in Rio was to prove an exciting one as the 1989 season began in earnest. The changes in drivers around the front running teams meant there was an air of excitement, amplified by the fact that Ayrton Senna was now a World Champion...

Badger’s Brazilian Flashback – 1986

The first race of the 1986 season, highly regarded as one of the best seasons the sport has ever seen, started at the Jacarepaguá circuit in Rio de Janiero, and the local crowd wasn't disappointed by their home heroes.

Badger’s Brazilian Flashback – 1973

The first of our features on classic Brazilian Grand Prix starts, appropriately, at the very beginning. After a trial non-championship race in 1972, it wasn't until the following season did the tyres hit the Sao Paulo in championship anger.