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Cela n’a beau être qu’un sport (en principe du moins), la Formule 1 a souvent été le repaire des plus grands filous de la planète. Formule moy1 passe en revue ces Christophe Rocancourt de l’asphalte.
We’re taking a look at the strangest podium ceremonies in the history of Formula 1! When the dream of finishing first turns into a nightmare…
Merry Christmas! This time, Formule moy1 visits another lost F1 track. For you, today: Rouen les Essarts. A French gem, located in beautiful Normandy, that hosted five F1 races in the span of 16 years but also knew a tragic end.
With Formule moy1, enjoy an exceptional adventure within the Montjuic park, a former temporary Formula 1 circuit that made driving around Monaco look like a piece of cake.
In Formula 1, everything is nice and pretty. Sometimes, twenty drivers squabble like Roman soldiers on the racetrack for about two hours every other Sunday. But everything is quickly forgiven when these sweaty gladiators leave the cockpit. Whatchu say? Who mentioned the FISA – FOCA war?!
Did you catch that? We, as a racing-loving community, love to scream at the top of our lungs that Formula 1 is motorsport’s top category. Let me laugh! Hahaha! 14 years ago, F1 ruined its reputation and heritage for good when it hosted its own “race of shame”. A Grand Prix that should never had seen the light of the day.
Ask a Formula 1 fan about the first Grand Prix held in the Middle East and he’ll give you this self-confident answer: “2004 Bahrain GP”. Even though he’s absolutely right, and besides the fact that he’s showing an untolerable air of superiority, his answer hides an untold story… And it’s time to pull the blinds on that.