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Best of the Cahier Archive: Australian Grand Prix, Melbourne,1996-1999

The gates to the 2012 Australian Grand Prix at Albert Park open today, so we thought we’d take a look back at the inaugural Melbourne race in 1996, through to the decade ending event in …

Rain in Formula One: The Cahier Archive

Best of the Cahier Archive: Rain

Plumes of water, epic slides and legendary drives – there’s nothing like a spot of rain to mix up a Grand Prix weekend.

Best of the Cahier Archive: Rubens Barrichello

Rubens Barrichello, affectionately known as Rubinho, is the the most experienced driver in Formula 1 history, thanks to 322 starts with Jordan, Stewart, Ferrari, Honda, Brawn and Williams.

Best of the Cahier Archive: Emerson Fittipaldi

“Emmo” as he was known to his huge legion of fans, was Brazil’s first Formula One World Champion.

Best of the Cahier Archive: The Mechanics

Motor racing is a team sport, but it’s the drivers who get the glory.

Best of the Cahier Archive: Jo Siffert

Jo Siffert, or “Seppi” as he was known to his family and  friends, began racing on two wheels before switching to four with a Formula Junior Stanguellini.
The popular Swiss driver  joined the Formula 1 circus …

Best of the Cahier Archive: Jody Scheckter

The 1979 World Champion won 10 Grand Prix for three different teams and his 33 podiums prove he was always a contender.

Best of The Cahier Archive: Jean Alesi

Jean Alesi started 201 Grand Prix and took just a single victory, yet his flamboyant and emotional style won him a legion of fans, particularly amongst the Tifosi during his five year stint at Ferrari. …