At the 2004 Monaco GP, Jaguar helped promote a movie by embedding a $250,000 diamond in the nose. After a first lap crash, the diamond went missing. What really happened to it?Read more
In 2006, our forum members interviewed 1960s Grand Prix driver Hubert Hahne. Here, we repost his answers.Read more
Contrary to popular belief, there was no Formula 1 world championship in 1952 and 1953. Instead, all championship Grand Prix were run to F2 rules. Here’s why.Read more
Anyone who grew up watching motorsport in the 1980s, 1990s or the 2000s probably understands Formula One to be world championship which has ran continuously since 1950. From Farina through to Clark, from Lauda to Senna, from Schumacher to Vettel. In actual fact, the Formula 1 World Driver’s Championship has only existed since 1981.Read more
In light of Hamilton’s multiple punishments at Monaco, we look how ridiculous penalties are ruining Grand Prix racing and review the Top 10 poorest stewards’ decisions of the previous decade.Read more
The 1985 Belgian GP may not have been overly eventful or dramatic, but it was a pivotal moment in F1 history as it marked the beginnings of the Senna and Prost domination and rivalry.Read more
The Fastlane celebrates its 7th birthday today.
It has had its ups and downs, but we hope to enter a new period with this new website.Read more