Clark, Brabham, Lauda, Senna: 70 years of Formula One remembered | Giles Richards | The Guardian

This weekend’s 70th Anniversary Grand Prix at Silverstone is a chance to look back at a story of man and machine in a fight to the flag and the changes that have made the sport saferFormula One’s challenge of man and machine to move relentlessly forward will this weekend glory in its past. Seventy years since the inaugural world championship, the 70th Anniversary Grand Prix at Silverstone will honour a rich, fascinating story.On Sunday Silverstone will host the 1,023rd F1 world championship race since this circuit held the first on 13 May 1950. Then, professionals and enthusiastic amateurs had already been racing what were known as grands prix for decades. In 1950 the fledgling Féderation Internationale de l’Automobile (FIA) brought regulation and structure to present one competition: the Formula One World Championship. Continue reading…

This weekend’s 70th Anniversary Grand Prix at Silverstone is a chance to look back at a story of man and machine in a fight to the flag and the changes that have made the sport safer

Formula One’s challenge of man and machine to move relentlessly forward will this weekend glory in its past. Seventy years since the inaugural world championship, the 70th Anniversary Grand Prix at Silverstone will honour a rich, fascinating story.

On Sunday Silverstone will host the 1,023rd F1 world championship race since this circuit held the first on 13 May 1950. Then, professionals and enthusiastic amateurs had already been racing what were known as grands prix for decades. In 1950 the fledgling Féderation Internationale de l’Automobile (FIA) brought regulation and structure to present one competition: the Formula One World Championship.

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