Minardi
F1 Testing Minardi

Overview of The Minardi Test Drivers

Scuderia Minardi and later Minardi F1 Team, the small Italian team we all love. They did what many team didn’t they survived 20 years in the Formula One on a tight budget. Their hay days were in the early 1990s when Gustav Brunner designed the M193 and Aldo Costa the M191. However, always with a tight budget it meant that many drivers were able to fulfil their dream to a
almost
Blog Stand-in drivers

Formula one’s almost stand-in drives

Besides the stand-in drivers there is also another group. The almost stand-in drives. Why would you cover these? Well, if you see the names that appear during the research of the subject and see the story behind it. These are worth sharing! Most of the almost drives are long forgotten by the most fans. It makes it only more worthwhile to dive into these stories and uncover the full story.
1992
F1 Testing Testing 1990 – 1999

Overview Formula One Testing In 1992

You can’t imagine it now though there were years in the Formula One there were plenty of test drivers per team. Or teams tested in between races to test new aerodynamics or new engines. Or just to cash extra money by letting unknown drivers, who will never arrive, experience the Formula 1.As many of these drivers are long forgotten, and there isn’t a real overview of the test drivers, its
Giovanni Lavaggi
Interviews

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