Despite being one of the oldest drivers of the current field, despite having won 70 races, despite being on the verge of clinching a record-breaking title, Michael Schumacher is still at the top of his game, as the German showed at the US GP. Karl Ludvigsen pays tribute to the World Champion
In this week's column, Ann Bradshaw explains why sometimes it is not easy being a Formula One press officer; she also warns Kimi Raikkonen of the perils of racing Michael Schumacher in a Championship-deciding race and tells the incredible story of Alex Zanardi's return to competitive racing action
As the season nears its end, Atlas F1 begins the look back at the highlights and low points of the main players in the 2003 Formula One World Championship. This week, Timothy Collings talks to Rubens Barrichello - the man who managed to outqualify Michael Schumacher five times and yet endure one of his most frustrating years. But the Brazilian remains, despite all, remarkably cool...
With a superb drive in difficult conditions, Michael Schumacher all but sealed his sixth world title at the United States Grand Prix. Only the coolness and skill of Kimi Raikkonen guaranteed the Championship race will go down to the wire. Pablo Elizalde reviews the weekend's events from the penultimate round of the Championship
Juan Pablo Montoya had every reason to be confident of success at the United States Grand Prix, his Williams/BMW/ Michelin package probably the strongest of the field. But the Colombian lost the opportunity to continue to fight for the title after a torrid race in which he could only finish in sixth place. Atlas F1's Richard Barnes reviews Montoya's disastrous weekend in America