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
Trebron
Unraced 1990 - 1999

The revolutionary and futuristic Trebron

Sometimes you read an article in a magazine you just cannot believe it is true. One of these articles appeared in an Autosport issue in 1992. When a brand new Japanese Formula One team got announced. The team’s name was Trebron Racing Systems, named after Norbert Hamy the man behind the project. The Trebron team came with bright ideas, and seemed promising to appear on the grid. However, due a
Future
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Formula 1; what does the future hold?

Currently the Formula One is in one of its most difficult era’s since the first official Grand Prix held in 1950. The Hybrid Turbo era is a lost decade if you ask me. However, in a few years, the news rules will be implemented in the Formula One and we will probably see a complete new Formula One.  Won’t we? What do we really want for the future of Formula
Ikuzawa
Unraced 1990 - 1999

Ikuzawa; the team that became Stewart Grand Prix

Sometimes there are new teams entering Formula One which are not really new at all. Jackie Stewart’s Stewart Grand Prix team was a good example, a hidden secret which we will reveal now. The origins of Stewart go way back to 1994 when Japanese driver Tetsu Ikuzawa started his own Formula One project, in which he planned to enter the championship by 1998. But as time went by, the team
Giovanni Lavaggi
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Giovanni Lavaggi interview

Giovanni Lavaggi is one of the drivers that has been underrated during his career called an Paydriver. His nickname in the Formula one was Johnny Carwash and still many remind him as the driver that just sad in its Minardi during the German Grandprix of 1996. For me, for us, he is one of the drivers we still love after all these years. His Formula 1 career isn't what it