So these online competitions are actually real then…

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It's fair to say that almost all petrolheads have all dreamt of becoming a racing driver at some point in their life, and our man Stuart is no different. But at the not so tender age of 31, short of a lottery win or death of a stupidly rich relative he never knew he had, this dream was never going to become a… » 2/07/14 2:54pm 2/07/14 2:54pm

The Vulgar World Of European F1 Fans

The curvy strip of tarmac at Monza is famously fast and dangerous, but the hardcore action doesn't stop at the barriers of the track during race weekends. Instead, it spreads to the spectator's camps, where supporters of different teams are having a killer time in such a spectacular way that could even teach Kimi… » 1/11/13 4:20pm 1/11/13 4:20pm

In 1971, Lotus Raced A Four-Wheel Drive F1 Car Powered By An Airplane…

The early 1970s were quite possibly the craziest years in Formula One and not only because of the mammoth sideburns. These were years of wild experiments in fields as apart as aerodynamics and sponsorship structures, and they produced fascinating evolutionary dead-ends like the Lotus 56, a turbine-powered, four-wheel… » 4/16/12 4:30pm 4/16/12 4:30pm

The 2011 Italian Grand Prix in Crayola

It’s time to say goodbye to the European season of Formula One at Monza, the track where racing looks like racing footage on stimulants. It was everyone’s last chance to stop the Red Bulls. But tell that to Sebastian Vettel, not about to be stopped. Warning: spoilers. » 9/12/11 4:00pm 9/12/11 4:00pm

Corvette-powered Spada Codatronca Monza apparently real

The Italian Spada Codatronca is a car occasionally talked about but rarely ever seen. Is it real? Or does it merely exist in the vapor of faith like so much incense spilled from the Pope's thurible? Not sure, but now there's a convertible version! » 4/14/11 10:00am 4/14/11 10:00am

While deadly, ’60s racing looked like awesome on drugs

This is Jackie Stewart at Monza in 1966, kicking up dirt with the fat rear tires of his H16-engined BRM P83, an overweight mess of cylinders and piping, three months after the accident at Spa that changed his life and led him to begin his campaign for safety in Formula One. » 4/04/11 4:00pm 4/04/11 4:00pm

Feel the rush of an 800-hp Gumpert Apollo on Monza in the wet

Perhaps all of those asides made about the Gumpert Apollo's appearance in relation to the new Gumpert Tornante finally got to it, as this weekend a modified 800-hp Apollo hit Monza with one question: who you callin' ugly? » 3/07/11 9:30am 3/07/11 9:30am