CG921
Unraced 1990 - 1999

The March CG921 became the Lotus 107

Leyton House Racing appeared on the grid in 1990, it was of course the March F1 Team that re-appeared on the grid in 1987. Sponsored by Leyton House a Japanese real-estate company. Where 1990 eventually was a good season, 1991 began badly. Financial struggle, and eventually the arrest of Akira
Fondmetal
Projects 1970 - 1999 Unraced 1990 - 1999

Fondmetal their last hope faded away

Fondmetal was one of those teams in the early 90s that tried their luck in the Formula One. The team appeared on the grid in 1991 and 1992. Like ATS and later RIAL also Fondmetal was an alloy wheels manufacturer. Gabriele Rumi was the person behind Fondmetal and in 1990
Andrea Moda
Unraced 1990 - 1999

Andrea Moda had plans for 1993

If you say Andrea Moda, you say Andrea Sassetti at the Belgium Grand Prix in 1992. During that Grand Prix he got arrested in the paddock. It was the begin of the end for the Italian team. Eventually the FISA decided, a week after his arrest, that the team was
Senna
Unraced 1990 - 1999

Ayrton Senna ’s Formula One team

I don’t think I have to start about that horror weekend at Imola in 1994. The weekend were Roland Ratzenberger and Ayrton Senna let their lives after crashing their cars. In the aftermath, the FIA implemented new safety measurements that had to prevent new deadly crashes in the sport. While
Lola T94/30
Unraced 1990 - 1999

The Lola T94/30 announced but never build

Lola MasterCard debuted in 1997 on the grid with the Lola T97/30 badly designed because of a time pressure from MasterCard. As their original plan was to debut in 1998 assumable with their own Lola V10 engine. In 1994, they appeared with the Lola T95/30 on Silverstone where Allan McNish
Did you know
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Did you know? Fact, stories and anecdotes 4

Did you know? Is a new series of articles about stories, facts, news and anecdotes about the Formula One the most of us have forgotten. It are those forgotten little facts that make the sport we love so interesting. As I love to dig into a lot of magazines such
did you know
Blog Old Rumour Mill

Did you know? Fact, stories and anecdotes 3

Did you know? Is a new series of articles about stories, facts, news and anecdotes about the Formula One the most of us have forgotten. It are those forgotten little facts that make the sport we love so interesting. As I love to dig into a lot of magazines such
Do you know
Blog News Old Rumour Mill

Did you know? Fact, stories and anecdotes 2

Did you know? Is a new series of articles about stories, facts, news and anecdotes about the Formula One the most of us have forgotten. It are those forgotten little facts that make the sport we love so interesting. As I love to dig into a lot of magazines such
did you know
Blog News Old Rumour Mill

Did you know? Facts, stories and anecdotes

Did you know this? Is a try out for a new series of articles I want to write down. The purpose for this is to bring forgotten stories and fact back on the surface. Of course, Formula One related small news items, facts or stories. I would love to have
pathetic
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Most new F1 fans are pathetic assholes

I was not sure what title I should give this article. “Most modern F1 fans are pathetic assholes” or “Formula One the stupid Meme show”I chose for the first title only changed it a bit. I know there are a lot of you out there that will disagree with my
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