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When Jackie Stewart speaks about driver safety in Formula One, it's worth listening. The racing legend was a pioneer in raising standards in an era when mortality rates were high, and his legacy has left F1 stars with greater support than ever before.

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Vettel aims to bounce back in Bahrainupdated: Fri Apr 20 2012 12:19:00

Sebastian Vettel is hoping to kickstart his season in Bahrain this weekend as he continues his bid to win a third consecutive world drivers' championship.

Rosberg breaks grand prix duck with victory for Mercedes in Chinaupdated: Sun Apr 15 2012 09:32:00

Nico Rosberg tasted grand prix success at his 111th attempt with a faultless drive to win the Chinese Grand Prix Sunday.

F1 champion Vettel: Red Bull will be slower in 2012updated: Thu Feb 23 2012 13:29:00

Red Bull have been untouchable for the last two Formula One seasons, but their double world champion driver Sebastian Vettel has warned the team's 2012 car will be slower than last year's model.

Schumacher: career in picturesupdated: Wed Dec 23 2009 10:00:00

Formula One has welcomed back its most decorated son with the return of Michael Schumacher.

Who's the greatest F1 driver of all time?updated: Tue Sep 01 2009 13:25:00

Who's the greatest driver of all-time? Michael Schumacher? Maybe Alain Prost? Ayrton Senna perhaps? In an exclusive interview with CNN, three-time Formula One world champion, Jackie Stewart had no hesitation in naming his choice for the greatest driver of all-time.

Button wins Monaco as Brawn dominate againupdated: Sun May 24 2009 11:20:00

Jenson Button earned himself a place in the Formula One history books with a pole-to-flag victory over Brawn GP team-mate Rubens Barrichello in Sunday's Monaco Grand Prix -- the Briton's five victory in six races so far this season.

Button wins Australian Grand Prix for Brawnupdated: Mon Mar 30 2009 08:37:00

Britain's Jenson Button won the opening race of the 2009 Formula One season after dominating the Australian Grand Prix for the newly-formed Brawn GP team.

Button warns F1 rivals will close the gapupdated: Mon Mar 30 2009 07:41:00

Jenson Button says he and teammate Rubens Barrichello will not be underestimating their F1 rivals after a triumphant 1-2 in the season-opening Australian Grand Prix.

SI.com: Tim Tuttle: Trios chase Cup, F1 crownsupdated: Thu Oct 18 2007 17:07:00

Formula One doesn't have the Chase, and its technical specifications allow equipment to be as unequal as money can buy. It's diametric to the Nextel Cup in how many teams and drivers have a chance to win the championship in a typical season.

Sponsorship, the big business behind F1updated: Tue Sep 18 2007 12:00:00

Before the late 1960s Formula 1 was a quite different sport. The first thing that a casual observer would notice -- looking at pictures from this era -- is that the cars were void of any sponsorship.

Fangio Remembered, 50 years after historic Nuerburgring victoryupdated: Tue Aug 28 2007 08:02:00

Maserati is set to celebrate the fiftieth anniversary of Formula 1 legend Juan Manuel Fangio winning his fifth world championship. Fangio raced for Alfa Romeo, Ferrari, Mercedes Benz before winning his fifth world championship in a Maserati. He had previously raced for Maserati in 1954 but switched to Mercedes mid-season (and went on to win his second world championship).

Back in the 'Green Hell'updated: Thu May 24 2007 12:37:00

On Saturday 28th April 2007, the forests surrounding the Nurburgring Nordschliefe circuit resonated to the sound of a Formula 1 engine for the first time in 31 years. BMW Sauber driver Nick Heidfeld drove three laps as part of a BMW Motorsport event paying tribute to the world's most fearsome racing circuit.

Schumacher great but controversialupdated: Sun Sep 10 2006 09:59:00

Michael Schumacher's position as a Formula One icon, the most successful driver in the history of the sport, is assured.

Fortune: The New M5 Is a 10 Even with all the flashy, pricey, high-performance sheetmetal around these days, BMW's latest updated: Mon Oct 11 1999 00:01:00

Perhaps you'll think me cruel, although I was only trying to be kind. Usually I write about cars far in advance of their on-sale date so that you get the earliest possible glimpse--hear the engine,...

Fortune: Risky Business At Le Mans, the auto world's richest adrenaline junkies line up for a 24-hour binge. The financial hangover can bupdated: Mon Jul 20 1998 00:01:00

Don't let the marching bands and busty, bathing-suited hood ornaments fool you: The legendary 24 Hours of Le Mans is not your average boys-and-their-toys auto race. It is serious--and potentially r...

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