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When F1's fiercest rivalry first overspilled Plus

When F1's fiercest rivalry first overspilled

Thirty years ago this week, the 1989 Formula 1 title battle was resolved by an infamous Ayrton Senna/Alain Prost collision in Japan. From the Autosport archive, here's the original report on what unfolded that day

Schumacher's extraordinary but controversial '99 comeback Plus

Schumacher's extraordinary but controversial '99 comeback

Michael Schumacher's 1999 title bid was derailed by a broken leg, and by the time he returned team-mate Eddie Irvine was firmly Ferrari's championship hope. A breathtaking - and controversial - return at the Malaysian GP showed what might have been for Schumacher. We relive it using Autosport magazine's original report

Our first impressions of Formula E Plus

Our first impressions of Formula E

As Formula E celebrates the fifth anniversary of its first race, we delve into the Autosport archive to revisit our writers' first impressions of its maiden events back in 2014

Hamilton and Rosberg's first flashpoint - F1's 900th race Plus

Hamilton and Rosberg's first flashpoint - F1's 900th race

Just when modern Formula 1 was being lambasted from all directions, Lewis Hamilton and Nico Rosberg proved Mercedes dominance and turbo hybrid racing could be entertaining in the 900th world championship round

'Crashgate' revisited - F1's tainted 800th race Plus

'Crashgate' revisited - F1's tainted 800th race

The 800th Formula 1 world championship round was its first night race, but will forever be remembered for being decided by a deliberate crash and an astonishing conspiracy

A contentious win and a tyre war - F1's 700th GP Plus

A contentious win and a tyre war - F1's 700th GP

F1's 700th GP took place in Brazil in 2003 - and what a race it was. A wet event managed to expose a regulation flaw, earn Fisichella a contentious first win and remind fans that Ferrari had no answer to McLaren's form

Team-mate wars and a wonky gearbox – F1's 600th race Plus

Team-mate wars and a wonky gearbox – F1's 600th race

The history books record that eventual 1997 world champion Jacques Villeneuve won that season's Argentine Grand Prix, which was also F1's 600th world championship event. But that fact misses most of the key talking points from the race