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
Chanoch Nissany
Blog Minardi

Chanoch Nissany from the unknown to F1 legend!

"Guys, I'm coming in, I'm having too much grip!" the remarkable words once spoken by Chanoch Nissany. A couple of you will remember it; some will recognize the name Nissany because Williams signed Roy as their test driver for 2020. I bet that many of them out there don’t even know who Chanoch even is, and how he is related to the Formula One. As usual, I was instant a
Minardi
Minardi

Drivers who almost moved towards minardi

Minardi is probably one of the few teams in the rich history of the Formula One with plenty of rumoured drivers to drive for the team. Even more rumoured are the takeovers of the Minardi F1 Team. As to quote Paul Stoddart in 2005 “Over 40 groups were interested in taking over Minardi”. Let’s uncover history and see the almost driver moves for Minardi. 1984 – Minardi M184 Debut with
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
German Grand Prix Racing Team
Top stories Unraced 2000 - 2009

German Grand Prix Racing Team’s second attempt

Recently part one of the German Grand Prix Racing Team was published on UnracedF1. The mainline of the story was the attempt to save the Orange Arrows team by German banker Oliver Behring.  To turn it in all German team. Sadly, the deal was never completed, and the Arrows team disappeared from the grid. This was just the first part of the story; Oliver Behring continued to bring the German