Minardi PS04
Top stories Unraced 2000 - 2009

Arrows A23 Saga: Minardi PS04 – Part 2

Here we are again at the Melbourne Grand Prix Circuit for the opening race of the 2003 season. Verstappen made a deal with the Minardi F1 Team, Frentzen would race his last season in the Formula One with Sauber and Michael Schumacher was already dominating the season without racing one single lap. Arrows Grand Prix International was just a faded memory of the past. The team was, the Arrows A23
Chinese F1
Unraced 2000 - 2009

Another forgotten Chinese F1 attempt

The best part of doing research on items is the information you receive and find you are not looking for. To my surprise I found out that back in 2003 already there was an attempt by the Chinese to enter the Formula one with a Chinese F1 team.  At that time China was preparing for the first Grand Prix organized in the country.  And how would you promote it better
American F1 Team
Unraced 2000 - 2009

Dan and Phil’s dream the American F1 Team

When the Orange Arrows team disappeared from the grid, several groups were interested to save the team. One of these attempts was the All American F1 dream from Dan Gurney and Phil Hill. No Phil Hill is not family of Graham Hill. Their plan to create a Formula One team with American drivers, American employees well everything American except for the tyres and the engines. Time to bring this forgotten
Asiatech
Unraced 2000 - 2009

Asiatech ‘s forgotten Formula One Team

Asiatech, trade name of Asia Motor Technologies France, was a company founded by Dr. John Gano and Enrique Scalabroni, which purchased the assets of the Peugeot Formula One programme at the end of the 2000 season. They would first appear as engine supplier for minor teams in the Formula One, with the intention to enter the Formula one with their own team in 2004 or 2005. However, the Asiatech A-001
CDG wing
Blog Unraced 2000 - 2009

The forgotten CDG wing concept

12 years ago the dominance of the Scuderia Ferrari was over. Fans didn’t like the dominance of Schumacher and Ferrari, but there was an even bigger problem. The races became boring due the lack of overtaking by the drivers. To tackle this problem the FIA came up with the radical CDG wing concept for the 2007 season.  The idea behind it was simple, generate more downforce and get closer to