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about Life

Life was a Formula One constructor from Modena, Italy. The company was named for its founder, Ernesto Vita ("Vita" is Italian for "Life"). Life first emerged on the Formula One scene in 1990, trying to market their unconventional W12 3.5-litre engine.

The team had a disastrous single season, and failed to make the grid in all 14 attempted starts during the 1990 season, often clocking in laps many seconds slower than their next competitor.


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2 Bruno Giacomelli

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Gasly, who was given a 20-second penalty post-race for speeding under a red flag during the tractor on-track incident, says it was an unnecessary risk to have the vehicle recovering Carlos Sainz?s crashed Ferrari while the rest of the Formula 1 field was on track.
Gasly hit advertising board debris from the Sainz crash and had to pit for a new front wing, which put him off the back of the ...

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The Ferrari driver was given a five-second penalty for an unsafe release from his final pitstop in the Zandvoort race when Fernando Alonso clipped him while he left his pitbox.
Due to the cramped set-up of the Zandvoort pitlane and McLaren undertaking a pitstop for Lando Norris at the same time, Sainz initially had room to join the pitlane after his stop but had to slow and take avoiding action ...

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Norris made his F1 debut with McLaren back in 2019 and has cemented his position at the heart of the team's future thanks to his impressive performances over the past four seasons.
The British driver was handed a new long-term deal running until the end of the 2025 season at the start of the year, acting as a major show of faith from McLaren.
Norris felt the long-term deal "definitely takes ...

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Throughout the Austrian F1 race weekend, a number of fans have been subjected to harassment by other supporters at the track including the use of homophobic and racist slurs, catcalling and other abusive comments.
F1 responded to the reports and announced it will speak to the Red Bull Ring race promoters to seek action.
Vettel has called for strong bans for fans found guilty of being abusive ...

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The Ferrari driver faced a fight through the pack having started 19th due to a grid penalty for an engine change, but made solid early progress until he got stuck behind Esteban Ocon around the midpoint.
As Leclerc went long on his first stint having started on the hard tyres - meaning he lacked pace at the end of the stint behind Ocon - a slow pitstop by the Ferrari mechanics held him for an ...

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AlphaTauri?s Gasly ? who won the 2020 Italian Grand Prix ? enjoyed a three-hour dinner with former NBA star Jordan, who won six championships with the Chicago Bulls during his stellar 15-year professional career. Along with his sporting success, Jordan became a cultural icon and this was fuelled by the success of Nike?s Air Jordan range of sneakers.
One of Gasly?s personal sponsors ...

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News of Max Verstappen?s new Red Bull Formula 1 contract reportedly worth around ?50m per year may have come as no surprise - but its duration is the big talking point.
In what is understood to be one of the longest contract arrangements in F1 history, Verstappen has committed to Red Bull until the end of the 2028 season. His previous contract ran until the end of 2023, but five years have ...

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After three years with Williams, Russell has joined Mercedes full-time for the 2022 season, partnering seven-time world champion Lewis Hamilton.
The promotion for Russell comes after five years with Mercedes? young driver programme that saw him win titles in GP3 and Formula 2 before graduating to F1.
PRIME: How Russell sees himself in the Mercedes-Hamilton superteam 
Speaking in an ...

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But for Carlos Sainz, who is the Prancing Horse's most recent hire, that point in time stands out for being just a little bit unusual.
Not for him a grand ceremony at Maranello and then a celebratory lunch with his new bosses.
Instead, becoming an official Ferrari driver was all done on what seemed to be a very normal morning when he got out of bed.
"It's actually a bit of a funny story ...

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Hamilton and Verstappen collided while battling for position at the first chicane midway through the Italian Grand Prix, forcing both drivers to retire from the race.
The accident saw Verstappen's Red Bull car end up on top of Hamilton's Mercedes, with the slow-motion replays showing one of Verstappen's wheels making contact with the top of Hamilton's helmet. The majority of the impact was ...

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Race: 1975 Dutch GP, Zandvoort
Car: Hesketh 308
Several moments come to mind as candidates for the race of my life and my win at Brands Hatch in 1976, although it was taken away from me by political manoeuvring by Ferrari, is one of them. It was probably the most emotional race because of the drama when the crowd started throwing cans on the track in protest when it was threatened that I ...

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Race: 1974 South African GP, KyalamiCar: Brabham BT44
After the 1974 Argentinian and Brazilian Grands Prix, some of us went to South Africa to test ? there was a non-points race at Brands Hatch in between, with temperatures 30C less than in South Africa ? prior to the GP there.
It was a very picturesque venue, the place where some of the teams stayed was Kyalami Ranch, near the circuit ...

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An unlikely sequence of events led Townsend Bell to sample a Jaguar Formula 1 car at Valencia in 2003.
Runner-up to Scott Dixon in the 2000 Indy Lights championship, the Californian romped to the 2001 title and had made his top-flight debut in CART before the end of the year. A promising career lay ahead in Indycar racing, but after a scrappy half-season in 2002 with Pat Patrick's team, Bell ...

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While Mosley was not without his critics during his lengthy tenure at the head of motor racing?s governing body, there is no denying the legacy he left in terms of improved safety on both the roads and race tracks.

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Former FIA president Max Mosley dies aged 81
Motorsport world pays tribute to former FIA president Max Mosley


Mosley?s time at the FIA ...

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My time behind the F1 microphone was the 1980s and ?90s, plus a couple of years either side of them, and what a fabulous period it was. The swansong of the fabled Ford Cosworth DFV engine, the glorious turbo years with their chattering wastegates and spark-showering skid blocks.
Lotus, Ferrari, Williams and McLaren. Honda, BMW and Renault. Superstars Nelson Piquet, Niki Lauda, Ayrton Senna ...

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Mercedes announced on Friday that its ownership had been restructured after British chemicals giant INEOS took a one-third shareholding in the team.
Wolff has upped his shareholding in the team to match INEOS, while Mercedes? parent company, Daimler, owns the final third.
As part of the announcement, Mercedes confirmed that Wolff would continue to serve as the team principal and CEO of its ...

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Grosjean was discharged from hospital on Wednesday and is hopeful of recovering from his injuries so he can return to the cockpit for his final F1 race with Haas in Abu Dhabi.
The Frenchman, who is wearing bandages on both hands and an orthopedic boot on his left foot, met with medical car driver Alan van der Merwe and medical delegate Dr Ian Roberts, before greeting race director Michael Masi ...

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Haas F1 driver Grosjean crashed out exiting Turn 3 on the opening lap of the race in Bahrain on Sunday, hitting the barrier on the right-hand side of the track at 137 mph with a force of over 50g.
The severity of the collision with the barrier tore Grosjean's Haas VF-20 car in two, and caused a huge fire to break out.
Grosjean was able to escape from the fire quickly and was swiftly met by ...

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Race: 1972 Italian GP
Car: Lotus 72D
For me, a great achievement was when I won the Formula 1 world championship at Monza. I won the race and I won the championship. If you consider the technique and difficulty involved in winning a race, it's a different story. It can be a much less important race and you fight like crazy to win ? like Mid-Ohio in 1988 ? and it has a very important ...

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With Albon having joined a host of top name stars in venturing into Esports competition during the coronavirus lockdown, he says his eyes have been opened up to a new world of competition and getting close to his followers.
The Thai driver thinks that the interactions with fans that they have made on streaming platforms like Twitch is something that will be maintained in the future, even if it ...

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Race: 1994 Japanese GP, Suzuka
Car: Williams-Renault FW16B
There are lots of exciting races you have in a career in motor racing, but there are very few that have the same significance as 1994 Suzuka had for me.
With the deaths of Roland Ratzenberger and Ayrton Senna, 1994 was a highly stressful and dramatic year. Everything seemed to have much more emphasis. To stay in the championship ...

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But he is also someone who has enjoyed a very successful racing career. He may not have won a grand prix, but there were titles and wins in other categories.
On this day back in 1996, Brundle started his 150th F1 race, finishing sixth for Jordan in the Canadian GP, so it gives us the perfect opportunity to look at what he did after his grand prix career was over.
And while titles and race ...

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Race: 1957 German Grand Prix, Nurburgring
Car: Maserati 250F
In my life there have been so many great races, so it's hard to pick one. But a good race is where you don't think you have a chance of winning. So a very spectacular race was the one at the Nurburgring in 1957.
Nurburgring was one of my favourite circuits, because a driver always had a chance. It's a circuit of 23km with 166 ...

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Race: 1998 Monaco Grand Prix, Monte Carlo
Car: McLaren-Mercedes MP4/13
For me, Monaco in 1998 was definitely the best. Physically and psychologically the whole race was about working on millimetres and details and looking after the car, not making mistakes. Every lap the circuit was changing: we had yellow flags, oil flags... All the time there was something and it required an incredible ...

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Race: 1973 Italian GP, Monza
Car: Tyrrell-Ford 006
We'd had a very good season at Tyrrell and I was leading the world championship going into Monza, which was the last grand prix in Europe. I knew I could secure the title before flying away, but then one of the rear tyres began to deflate during the race...


Jackie Stewart, Tyrrell 006 Ford
Photo by: David ...

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