Category Archives: Profiles

Profile – Justin Wilson Part 2

In Part 1 we traced Wilson’s career from karting all the way to his Minardi days in F1. We pick the story back up in the summer of 2003 as Justin embarked on his Jaguar odyssey. Link to Part 1 >> At the point of the

Justin Wilson

Profile – Justin Wilson Part 1

Hailing from Sheffield, England, Justin Wilson waged an admirable fight against the power of wallet using determination as his weapon. Having finally faced defeat at the Formula One level, the lanky Yorkshireman took his skills across the pond instead and ended up building a long,

Profile – Adrián Campos

Perhaps the quintessential reject, the life and times of Adrián Campos saw him rub shoulders with the bright and beautiful people of motorsport just as much as the backmarkers. His F1 career saw him race for Minardi for a little more than a year. After

Profile – Jan Magnussen

Some people are born with great natural talent, and as a result success comes easily to them. Where others hone their efforts with great commitment, others can go without putting in the long hours needed to gain that extra tenth and still be the best – at least

Profile – Sébastien Bourdais

Racing drivers, both from Formula 1 and CART/IndyCar, occasionally attempt one of the most difficult feats of motorsport: switching continents and succeeding. For every Mario Andretti who crosses the Atlantic and wins a world championship, there is an Alex Zanardi who struggles dreadfully, either through motivation,

Profile – Bruno Senna

The expectations of being a Formula One driver are not easily met. You have the press constantly asking you questions on your form and future, and you have the fans constantly wanting you to put up a good performance on the racetrack. Sometimes, that pressure is

Profile – Lance Reventlow

Nationality American Date of Birth February 24th 1936 Date of Death July 24th 1972 Teams Scarab, Rob Walker Racing (1960) Races Entered 4 Races Started 1 Best Result DNF (Belgium 1960) Trying to join the ranks of Formula 1 without money is akin to tackling

The Saga of AGS – Partie A: Allons, Enfants de la Patrie!

Prologue: Once upon a time in the South (of France) “Garagistes! Assembliatore!” These were the words that Enzo Ferrari used to describe the British teams who built their own chassis, but bought engines and gearboxes off the shelf, assembled them into a racing car, and