Gerhard Berger1959-08-27 (age 60)
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Ferrari may need to rethink its management structure, and provide more support to take the burden off team principal Mattia Binotto, if it is to succeed in Formula 1, says former driver Gerhard Berger.
One year on from one of Formula 1’s darkest ever weekends at Imola in 1994, the 1995 San Marino Grand Prix was a poignant victory for Damon Hill and Williams, who beat the Ferraris of Jean Alesi and Gerhard Berger on an emotional day for all concerned.
Having entered Formula 1 at a similar time and joined him at McLaren, few are in a better position to shine a light over the racing career of Ayrton Senna, both on and off the track, than Gerhard Berger.
Former Ferrari Formula 1 driver Gerhard Berger believes that the Maranello team has "got it wrong" with calls favouring Sebastian Vettel over Charles Leclerc in the early races of the 2019 season.
The depth and breadth of the illustrative archive of Giorgio Piola really knows no bounds, with the legendary Formula 1 illustrator having captured 50 years of the sport’s technical endeavors. Join us as we continue to take a look at some of his favourite cars and this time venture into the excess and decadence of the 1980s.
DTM chief Gerhard Berger says Mick Schumacher reminds him of his father Michael in many ways, and believes Mick can make it to Formula 1 if he continues to show the form that took him to the European F3 title.
The new chairman of DTM promoter ITR, Gerhard Berger, believes this year’s drop to 18 cars is “the absolute minimum” the series can afford.
Nico Rosberg has praised Gerhard Berger's efforts in negotiating the Formula 1 championship leader's two-year contract extension with Mercedes.
Ex-F1 driver Gerhard Berger and touring car ace Dieter Quester tested a pair of BMW M1 Procars at Spielberg ahead of the demo run planned for the Austrian Grand Prix.
Three-time Formula 1 World Champion Niki Lauda will be the star attraction in a demonstration run by a group of 14 BMW M1 Procars at the Red Bull Ring this weekend.
Grand Prix racing legends Sir Jackie Stewart and Alain Prost were originally planned to have been at the front of the ceremony to carry Ayrton Senna’s coffin during his funeral service, claims a new TV series in Brazil.