Grand Prix

sport in nazi germany

The British Grand Prix Star Who Flew the Flag for Nazi Germany

Handsome, brave and talented, Richard Seaman was among the brightest stars of inter-war grand prix racing, but today he is largely forgotten in Britain. That is in no small part down to his close links with Hitler and Nazi Germany.
Jim Weeks
1.19.17
f1 legacies

Schumacher, Rosberg, and the Question of Legacy in Formula 1

Nico Rosberg's abrupt retirement leaves him with a pristine Formula 1 legacy. Contrast this with his former teammate Michael Schumacher, whose failed comeback did little for the German legend's towering reputation.
Jim Weeks
12.9.16
jenson button's long goodbye

Jenson Button and the End

After 17 seasons in F1 Jenson Button will bow out of the sport this weekend. Though he began as a rookie sensation and ultimately found great success, the British driver's path to glory was far from simple.
Jim Weeks
11.24.16
Premieres

Grand Prix’s New Video for “Recover (In Silence)” is a Synthy Safari Through Time

The Danish synth pop devotee further explores his fascination with megalomania in anticipation for his new EP 'The Hour of Victory', set to drop this November.
Alfred Maddox
10.13.16
Rank Your Records

Rank Your Records: Norman Blake Merrily Rates the Ten Teenage Fanclub Albums

Depending on whom you ask, they are either "the best band in the world" or the "the second best band in the world."
Cam Lindsay
9.6.16
Grand Prix

Two Big Threats That Risk Spoiling Formula One

Inconsistently enforced track limits and overly complex racing cars stand in the way of the best performance from 2016's professional, top-level race drivers.
Charles Bradley, Motorsport.com
7.22.16
kimi don't care

Chronically Disinterred F1 Driver Kimi Raikkonen Becomes Subject of Dubstep Remix

What is Kimi Raikkonen? He is Finnish. He is the 2007 Formula One World Champion. And, for someone reason, he is the subject of a dubstep remix. Not that he gives a shit.
VICE Sports
7.8.16
yo-fucking-ho

Dutch Commentator Loses His Shit After Verstappen's Record-Breaking F1 Win

18-year-old Verstappen's win was greeted by sobbing and what sounds remarkably like a cry of "yo-fucking-ho!"
UK Sports Staff
5.16.16
season openers

The Australian Grand Prix: a Positive Amid Formula One's Era of Negativity

Formula One has plenty of problems right now, but the venue for its season-opening race is not one of them.
Jim Weeks
3.17.16
don't give a shit

The Cult – Gerhard Berger

Gerhard Berger's carefree attitude and ability to turn it on behind the wheel on an F1 car made him one of the more successful drivers of a hugely competitive era.
Jim Weeks
2.29.16
schumi

Schumacher and Ferrari: The Launch of F1's Greatest Partnership

Michael Schumacher and Ferrari became the dominant force in Formula One, but when the German joined the team was more famous for politics and in-fighting than winning races.
Jim Weeks
2.18.16
Highlights

​17-Year-Old F1 Driver Prepares to Take Driving Test

17-year-old Max Verstappen is arguably the hottest young property in F1. But he's not yet got a licence to drive on the road.
Jim Weeks
7.27.15
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