The 2006 Formula 1 season should provide plenty of excitement with new champion Fernando Alonso defending his title against McLarens Kimi Raikkonen and the Ferrari of Michael Schumacher. Juan Pablo Montoya is also sure to want to get in on the action especially as he will be the driver ousted from the McLaren team in favour of Alonso next season. Then there is the resurgent Honda (BAR) team with Jenson Button keen to secure that elusive maiden victory. This season Button will be pushed along by new team mate Rubens Barrichello who has finally emerged from the shadow of Michael Schumacher. More F1 info coming along soon.
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The charismatic Austrian F1 ace Jochen Rindt was the sport's only posthumous champion. Rindt died in practice for the Italian GP in 1970 before knowing the title was his.
When Jody Scheckter lost control of his McLaren on the first lap of the 1973 British GP, carnage ensued, and the 3 car team of John Surtees was wiped out in an instant.
Juan Manuel Fangio drove the race of his life in the 1957 German GP at the Nurburgring, he recoved from a pit stop catching and passing the Ferrari's of Collins and Hawthorn to win.
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