2018-07-05 13:13:01 UTC
One of the most interesting bits I've learned so far is how much a single race win used to mean. Today we seem to focus on the season-long series and who will be the overall champion. Reading about some of the early racers, a single victory was a really big deal. There are a few stories about drivers who didn't even win a single race but are credited with a 2nd or 3rd place in addition to the fact behind the story.
And some of the stuff ties in well with the release of the archives on F1 TV. One of the "facts" is the story about Schumacher loaning a helmet to Couthard for the 1996 Monaco GP. I probably watched this one back then but being able to see it again is cool.
There is also a bit about the bizarre 1982 Monaco GP and that one is in the archive as well.