Bring Back V10s - Classic F1 stories

Bring Back V10s celebrates a classic era when Formula 1 was loud on the track and off it. Join host Glenn Freeman and a range of guests as they take a deep-dive into a golden age of F1 from 1989 to 2005, when superstars like Schumacher, Senna, Mansell and Prost were thrilling fans and rising talents like Alonso, Button and Raikkonen were establishing themselves as modern greats. Go back in time as we recall information you might have forgotten and unearth previously unknown details about some fascinating tales from F1's history.

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S4 E7: Brazil 2003 - The crazy F1 race with the...
The 2003 Brazilian Grand Prix will forever be remembered as a race of chaos where the wrong driver was declared the winner straight after the race. Mark Hughes and Gary Anderson join host Glenn Freeman to revisit their memories of being at Interlagos...
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S4 E6: Mansell's 1994 Williams comeback
Nigel Mansell made a shock return to Formula 1 with Williams in 1994, appearing at four races following the death of Ayrton Senna. Ex-F1 driver Karun Chandhok and Edd Straw join host Glenn Freeman to look back on everything that happened on and...
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S4 E5: Monaco 2004 - Trulli's only win and chao...
Jarno Trulli's only F1 win was utterly convincing, as he claimed the 2004 Monaco Grand Prix from pole position. But this was an eventful few days on and off track for F1, as Mark Hughes and Scott Mitchell discuss with host Glenn Freeman. As well as...
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S4 E4: Imola 1989 - Senna Prost war begins + Be...
The 1989 San Marino Grand Prix at Imola was the setting for the first proper eruption of the war between Ayrton Senna and Alain Prost. But the circumstances that led to the McLaren team-mates no longer speaking to each other only came about on that...
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S4 E3: France 2002 - Raikkonen's near miss, Sch...
The 2002 French Grand Prix will forever be remembered as the day Michael Schumacher made history by equalling the great Juan Manuel Fangio's then-record of five Formula 1 world championships. But it so nearly went down in F1 folklore as the scene of...
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S4 E2: How Schumacher's Ferrari move rocked F1
Michael Schumacher's move to Ferrari for 1996 changed F1 forever. In this episode Karun Chandhok and Matt Beer join host Glenn Freeman to revisit what was going on in the F1 driver market during 1995, when Schumacher resisted offers to drive a...
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S4 E1: Alonso's rookie heroics with Minardi in ...
Bring Back V10s returns for series 4! We're kicking off by looking back at how Fernando Alonso got his break in F1, driving the slowest car on the grid. Mark Hughes and Edd Straw join host Glenn Freeman to revisit how Alonso took the backmarker team...
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10 classic F1 races you should watch
For this special episode, we've partnered up with F1TV to discuss 10 classic F1 races from the Bring Back V10s era of 1989-2005 that we think you should go back and watch on the F1TV app. Host Glenn Freeman is joined by Edd Straw, Mark Hughes and...
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S3 E12: More of your #BringBackV10s F1 question...
The final episode of series three of Bring Back V10s tackles more of the questions submitted by our audience. Edd Straw and Matt Beer join host Glenn Freeman to discuss a weird and wonderful range of topics. Prepare to be taken on a journey that...
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S3 E11: Your #BringBackV10s F1 questions answered
Bring Back V10s returns to see out series three with the first episode from our double-header finale. Gary Anderson and Mark Hughes join host Glenn Freeman to work through the first batch of your questions that we chose from over 120 that were...
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Special tribute to F1 legend Murray Walker
Bring Back V10s pays tribute to legendary commentator Murray Walker, following his death at the age of 97. Mark Hughes, Edd Straw and Simon Arron join host Glenn Freeman to reflect on the key moments from Murray's time in Formula 1, and what made him...
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S3 E10: F1's action-packed 2005 Japanese GP
Kimi Raikkonen won the 2005 Japanese Grand Prix with a daring final lap pass, a fitting end to an afternoon full of drama at Suzuka. This episode of Bring Back V10s is brought to you by F1 Experiences, the Official Experience, Hospitality and Travel...
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S3 E9: Jerez 1997 - Villeneuve vs Schumacher
The 1997 European Grand Prix produced one of F1's most exciting championship deciders, with the destiny of the title coming down to a controversial collision between Jacques Villeneuve and Michael Schumacher. Karun Chandhok and Jonathan Williams...
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S3 E8: The end of Lotus, with Johnny Herbert
Johnny Herbert joins Bring Back V10s to revisit the final year of Lotus in 1994, when the team sadly bowed out of F1 without even scoring a point. Herbert, Glenn Freeman and Edd Straw go through Lotus's entire final season in great detail, from...
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S3 E7: Raikkonen's controversial F1 arrival
SPECIAL GUEST: Kimi Raikkonen's Sauber engineer from 2001 - Jacky Eeckelaert! Sauber made waves over the winter of 2000-01 when it decided to sign a young Finn straight out of Formula Renault, with only 23 car races to his name. In the space of 12...
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S3 E6: Lola's disastrous 1997 F1 team
Lola's brief attempt at joining the F1 grid in 1997 is one of the most famous failures in recent F1 history. In this episode of Bring Back V10s, Sam Smith and Edd Straw join Glenn Freeman to revisit how this famous British car constructor got things...
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S3 E5: Mansell's heartbreak - Canada 1991
The 1991 Canadian Grand Prix is well remembered for Nigel Mansell stopping on the final lap after waving to the crowd. But what actually happened? We look back at the theories around his car grinding to a halt - with a little help from legendary...
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S3 E4: 1999 French GP - Jordan strikes again
SPECIAL GUEST: Mike Gascoyne! Former Jordan technical director Mike Gascoyne joins Glenn Freeman and Edd Straw for a look back at Jordan's second F1 win in the 1999 French Grand Prix. We'll hear stories of what made the team's '99 car a step up from...
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S3 E3: French GP 1989 - Prost quits McLaren, fi...
Alain Prost won the 1989 French Grand Prix, but was what was far more significant that weekend was his announcement that he was leaving McLaren at the end of the year. Edd Straw and Sam Smith join Glenn Freeman to discuss everything that was going on...
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S3 E2: Nurburgring 1995 - Schumacher stuns Alesi
Michael Schumacher put in one of his greatest F1 drives on home soil in 1995, snatching victory from Jean Alesi's Ferrari in the closing stages after bringing down a gap that at one stage was more than 40 seconds. Edd Straw and Matt Beer join Glenn...
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S3 E1: Jenson Button's breakout year in 2004
SPECIAL GUEST: David Richards Former BAR team principal David Richards joins Glenn Freeman and Scott Mitchell to kick off series three of Bring Back V10s with an in-depth look at Jenson Button's superb 2004 season. We revisit how Richards changed the...
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Special episode: Bring Back V8s!
A festive present from Bring Back V10s: We receive plenty of requests to talk about the V8 era of F1 from 2006-2013, so for a one-off special, we've taken questions about those years from our readers on the-race.com. Mark Hughes and Edd Straw, who...
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S2 E12: More of your #BringBackV10s F1 question...
Series two of Bring Back V10s ends with us taking more of your questions about anything to do with F1 from 1989-2005. Edd Straw and Karun Chandhok return to tackle subjects including Damon Hill's prospects if he'd signed for McLaren in 1998, memorable...
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S2 E11: Your #BringBackV10s F1 questions answer...
It's nearly the end of our second series, and once again we were overloaded with questions for our final episode... so we've split it into two parts! Gary Anderson and Mark Hughes join Glenn Freeman to get stuck into subjects ranging from Dario...
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S2 E10: Inside the chaos of F1's Indianapolis 2...
For the final regular episode of series 2 of Bring Back V10s we're revisiting the most-requested topic we've had since the show started: The shambolic six-car US GP of 2005. Special guest Dieter Gass - currently head of Audi Motorsport but...
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