formula one

  1. ArupinumMaivista

    Grand Prix: An alternate history of Formula 1
    Threadmarks: Introduction

    Grand Prix "Introduction" The year is 1954, and Grand Prix Racing is entering its 8th official season since the end of the Second World War. The Golden Age of Grand Prix Racing had died long ago in 1939 when the War began, and the names of Tazio Nuvolari, Rudolf Caracciola, Bernd Rosemeyer...
  2. Odyssey

    Time for the Champagne 2.0: An F1 Timeline
    Threadmarks: I. The Hare or the Tortoise?

    I. The Hare or the Tortoise? ALT TEXT - Mark Donohue and his Penske PC1 at the 1975 French Grand Prix, shortly before its transmission failure. July 6th, 1975 Le Castellet, France Roger Penske was not a happy man. As he stood inside his team's garage at the Circuit Paul Ricard, he pondered...
  3. Alesi27Jean

    F1 What if.. Jean Alesi

    In 1990 Jean Alesi was the hottest young driver on the F1 grid. Famously he signed with both Williams and Ferrari. Alesi followed his heart and was with Ferrari for 5 painful years. He won only one Grand Prix in those years and retired on many occaisions from the lead. In those same years...
  4. Formula 1 collaborative What-if : No Hamilton after 2012

    Italian Grand Prix in Monza. 3 laps before the end of the race a major collision occurs in at the end of the straight line just before la “curva del vialone”. It turns to a major crash eliminating six drivers. Hamilton McLaren is literally send flying during the global collision. The red flag is...
  5. Tales Weaver

    DBAHC: Danica Patrick, Indy500 driver

    Danica Patrick is an retired F1 racecar driver, known for being first woman winning F1 grand prixes and first woman driver since Giovanna amati. The challenge is, have her career be in indy500 instead. With pOd of 2000.
  6. GrayJ12

    The Formula for Winning: A Formula One TL

    THE FORMULA FOR WINNING Chapter 1: 1980 FIA Formula One World Championship (or, Ferrari's Fall) 1979 was a huge season for Ferrari. South African Jody Scheckter and Canadian Gilles Villeneuve won 3 races each, with Scheckter taking home the World Championship ahead of Villeneuve, and the...
  7. Olympic Auto Racing

    Let's say starting in 1900 in Paris the Olympics decides to include auto racing as an event. What format do you think they would choose for the race? Which countries do well, how does this effect the automotive industry? barring butterflies, who were the teams in 2016 in Rio? Who wins gold?
  8. Formula One and Automotive Industry AH

    What if Formula One went differently? and the UK was a Republic with no Monarchy in the first place, William Windsor becomes an F1 Driver in 2006 and wins championships. Anyways, this includes potential Team Manufacturer owners and all that. 2006: Instead of Honda, Ford, who have recently...
  9. Lost Leader Found (An Alternative Motorsport Timeline)

    "If this can happen to Jimmy, what chance do the rest of us have? I think we all felt that. It seemed like we'd lost our leader." - Chris Amon, commenting on the death of Jim Clark at Hockenheim in 1968. Well, what if it didn't happen to Jimmy? What would that mean for Motorsport as a whole...