News Details

One lap short from glory but still the moral victor

Damon Hill was the moral victor of the 1997 Hungarian Grand Prix held on this day, just missing out on a sensational win with his Arrows-Yamaha. The reigning world champion was out in front heading to the checkered flag when a hydraulic issue put him out of contention on the final lap of the race and handed the win to Jacques Villeneuve's Williams.  Hill had endured a dismal year with Arrows, but unfortunately second place was no consolation for what should have been a major upset victory.
Full Story »
9mo ago from 0

You May Also Be Interested In...

On this day: four classic Nurburgring winners /Cahier Archive August 4th has seen several German Grand...
9mo ago from

Lauda undergoes lung transplant

Reports that Niki Lauda was released from hospital earlier this week were...
9mo ago from

Lauda undergoes lung transplant in Vienna

Reports that Niki Lauda was released from hospital earlier this week were...
9mo ago from

Elsewhere On The Network

Popular On

Popular On

‘No excuses’ from Brown over McLaren’s...

McLaren Racing has ‘no excuses’ about Fernando Alonso’s failure to...
2h ago from

Pagenaud continues to set pace at Indianapolis

Simon Pagenaud has backed up his pole position with the fastest lap in the...
4h ago from

Fernley leaves McLaren IndyCar project

No description available...
12h ago from

Popular On

A Poorly Written Rule… Is Still a Rule

I've had a bit of time to give the Kris Meeke penalty situation from...

Popular On

Too soon to crown Man City as the best of the Premier...

C guys mention Manchester United's '99 treble winners and Arsenal's '98...
5h ago from

Arsenal chief outlines Kroenke model

Arsenal's managing director Vinai Venkatesham has outlined Stan Kroenke's...
6h ago from

The top 10 captains in Premier League history

Following Vincent Kompany's decision to leave Manchester City, Sports Mole...
7h ago from

Arsenal 'really disappointed' by Europa League final...

UEFA has defended taking the final to Baku.
10h ago from



Hottest News

BREAKING NEWS: Niki Lauda has passed away aged 70

According to reports emerging out of Austria,... Read More »
3h ago from

Report: McLaren's incompetence has been breathtaking

Stateside media have slammed McLaren's Indy 500... Read More »
8h ago from

Three-time F1 champ Niki Lauda dies

Niki Lauda's family has confirmed the three time... Read More »
2h ago from

Recent News



2014 is not responsible for the news headlines and associated descriptions and images it indexes, the content of externally linked sites or the comments & postings of its users.

This website is unofficial and is not associated in any way with the Formula One group of companies. F1, FORMULA ONE, FORMULA 1, FIA FORMULA ONE WORLD CHAMPIONSHIP, GRAND PRIX and related marks are trade marks of Formula One Licensing B.V.