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Dutch Autosport 1894 – 1949

History books are telling us that the first race for motorised vehicles was held on the 22nd of July 1894. The race known as Paris-Rouen, a trip of 126 Kilometre won by Jules Albert, Count de Dion in a De Dion Bouton. Of course, I disagree with this idea as previously competitive races were held like in Manchester. However, the first time the Netherlands had their first taste with autosport
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Weekly Column 2: The FIA killed autosport

Well you did it. I hear you saying it to yourself looking at the title of this weekly column. The FIA killed autosport. There will be a lot of you who disagree with this opinion. Or don’t understand the title. Does he mean racing in shitty countries with Formula One cars? No, i actually mean that the FIA killed the opportunity for young drivers to develop themselves. Right now you
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Projects 1970 - 1999

Unraced Projects of the 1997 season

In 1997 Jacques Villeneuve became world champion in a controversial last race, were Michael Schumacher at that time the leader in the championship deliberately rammed Villeneuve whilst trying to defend. While new comer Lola appeared, a year to early, on the grid under pressure of MasterCard. After the Brazilian Grand Prix the team would not re-appear on the circuit. Besides the attempt of Sosprini to take over the team. Arrows
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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