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The greatest moments in Formula One history

Starting from the very first beginning of Formula 1, it is a sport of glamour. The noise, the excitement, the color, and a high octane drama on four wheels. Formula 1 has brought so many unforgettable moments for their fans, so here we would like to share some of the best moments that Formula 1 fans had.

  1. The rivalries that have marked the history of F1

Whether it’s direct action on the track or behind-the-scenes combat, Formula 1 is full of fierce rivalries between pilots. But these oppositions can be as much a career as they can be a race, even a single turn. Here are seven F1 races where everything was played between two drivers and during which some legends were written.

  • James Hunt contre Nikki Lauda / Fuji Speedway, Japon, 1976
  • Nigel Mansell contre Nelson Piquet / Adelaide, Australie, 1986
  • Mark Webber contre Sebastian Vettel / Sepang, Malaisie, 2013
  • Lewis Hamilton contre Felipe Massa / São Paolo, Brésil, 2008
  • Michael Schumacher contre Jacques Villeneuve / Circuit de Jerez, Espagne, 1997
  • Michael Schumacher contre Mika Häkkinen / Monza, Italie, 2000
  • Alain Prost contre Ayrton Senna / Suzuka, Japon, 1990
  1. The masterpiece of Bianchi

The current performances of Charles Leclerc push and help to never forget the pilot that was Jules Bianchi. Since ever, Jules ‘ future was connected to Ferrari. In a Marussia that was sometimes cataclysmic, he had gone to the back of the grid in Monaco and was tributary of battles in front of him, he had hoisted his single-seater to eighth place. Eighth place in Monaco. Even if a five-second penalty relegated him to P9. But his composure, his quality of driving in a careless frame and his emotional mastery gave him the feat that an entire team would never have believed in. Even though the Marussia seemed to be progressing in the European races, Jules ‘ performance that day had proved all those who saw it as a great future. Each F1 fan is eagerly waiting for Charles Leclerc’s first victory, in a single-seater that his godfather should have led to great success. This radio at the time of the checkered flag, which will undoubtedly make many tears appear on the faces; everyone has to expect it. One more reason to think of Jules Bianchi’s feat, which every F1 fan must never forget.

  1. Black weekend in Imola

The death of Ayrton Senna on 1 May 1994 in Imola. I still have the images in my head and the day before another Austrian driver whose name I forgot (Roland Ratzenberger) had killed himself also during the qualifiers. A terrible weekend for F1. Since then, I’ve looked at her very little and followed her from afar. Veil.

  1. Melbourne 1986

Three drivers (Prost, Mansell, and Piquet) competing for the 1986 title at the start of the last Grand Prix of the season. Thrilling suspense and an unforgettable finish.

  1. Suzuka 2005

The qualifying of the 2005 Suzuka GP was disturbed by a typhoon. The starting grid was utterly turned upside down. Alonso and Raikkonen, the two contenders for the title, found themselves in the back of the grid. The race took place on the dry, and there was an extraordinary ascent of Kimi Raikkonen, on one of the most beautiful and selective tracks. In the last few laps he managed to double the leader of the Fisichella race, Alonso’s team-mate at Renault, in the first turn. Kimi won his most significant victory, tearing Ron Dennis apart.

  1. Germany 1976, The Nürburgring

Four brave pilots, especially Arturo Merzario who will dive into the Flames, will pull Lauda out of the blaze, and save his life. The moment when Niki Lauda has nearly burned alive was a moment that many will never forget it. The accident happened on August 1, 1976, and Niki Lauda was the victim of a violent crash at the German Grand Prix, nearly died in the blaze of his Ferrari312B2, before returning to the competition just a few weeks later.Six weeks later, burned through, Niki will return to Monza and finish fourth, despite having received the extreme anointing after this crash (last race on the grand Ring). I was an absolute Niki fan, having even had my breakfast on Friday with him and Clay Regazzoni in Monaco in 1975.

  1. Monaco GP: the incredible defeat

On the 64th lap, the Briton expects his first victory since 2008. He put Rosberg at 20 seconds, and the remaining 14 loops appear as a formality when Max Verstappen (Toro Rosso) hits Romain Grosjean (Lotus) at Number 1. With Hamilton complaining about tire wear problems for a while, Mercedes agreed to a pit stop with him. Based on a wrong position of the Silver Arrow No. 44 on the circuit, lack of GPS. For a fraction of a second, Hamilton comes out behind Rosberg’s W06 and Sebastian Vettel’s Ferrari. What it taught us: Hamilton takes the most significant disillusionment of his career after that of the 2007 China Grand Prix without taking it out on the team.

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