Late F1 champion Juan Manuel Fangio exhumed in paternity row

Late F1 champion Juan Manuel Fangio exhumed in paternity row

The body of five-time Formula One champion Juan Manuel Fangio was exhumed Friday in his native Argentina to settle a paternity dispute two decades after his death at age 84.

Juan Manuel Fangio exhumation will go ahead, says judge: Report

Juan Manuel Fangio exhumation will go ahead, says judge: Report

Formula One great Juan Manuel Fangio`s body will be exhumed as planned in a paternity case despite a suspension order made in the name of a rival claim, Argentine media reported on Thursday.

Argentine legend to be exhumed for test

An Argentine judge has ordered the remains of 1950s Formula One champion driver Juan Manuel Fangio to be exhumed for a paternity test.

Fangio was one of Formula One`s earliest champions and is a legend of the racing world. He won championships in 1951, 1954, 1955, 1956 and 1957.

Tragedy of `55 lingers over Le Mans 24 Hours race

Tragedy of `55 lingers over Le Mans 24 Hours race

The Le Mans 24 Hours race gets set for its 83rd edition on Saturday, 60 years after the worst tragedy in racing devastated the world of motorsport.

Lewis Hamilton leaves the partying for later

Lewis Hamilton leaves the partying for later

Graham Hill would doubtlessly have done it differently.

Bahrain GP: Hamilton edges Rosberg in Bahrain thriller

Lewis Hamilton won the Bahrain Grand Prix on Sunday ahead of Mercedes teammate Nico Rosberg after a thrilling wheel-to-wheel duel, taking him level with the legendary Juan Manuel Fangio with a 24th career victory.

Sebastian Vettel set for India coronation

Sebastian Vettel looks set to join Formula One`s greats by sealing his fourth successive world title when he starts from pole position at the Indian Grand Prix on Sunday.

Sebastian Vettel ready to put F1 championship to bed

At the end of a week in which he has been accused of sending Formula One fans to sleep, Sebastian Vettel can put the championship to bed on Sunday.

Boos, snooze but Vettel poised for greatness

Sebastian Vettel has endured boos and his dominance has been called boring but he stands on the verge of true Formula One greatness by sealing his fourth straight world title this week in Japan.

Formula One icon Fangio`s sold for $26.4 mn

The Mercedes-Benz W196 with which legendary Argentine racing driver Juan Manuel Fangio won the second of his five Formula One world titles was sold on Friday at auction for 17.5 million pounds ($26.4 million).

Vettel aims to join trio of F1 greats

Sebastian Vettel will have to be the best of the best if he is to join Juan Manuel Fangio and Michael Schumacher as the only drivers to have won three successive Formula One titles.