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F1 Italian Grand Prix: LOOK BACK: Ferrari's historic 1-2

Read the Autocourse review for a memorable and unexpected 1988 Italian Grand Prix, which saw Ferrari claim a historic 1-2 finish
Crash.net has joined forces with the historic and definitive of all motorsport bibles, Autocourse, to bring you a fascinating retrospective into the sport you love stretching more than 60 years.

Since 1951, Autocourse has documented the highest echelons of international motorsport with unrivalled depth, analysis and quality, asserting itself as one of the world's best-selling and most respected motorsport annuals with contributions from some of the industry's most revered figures.

To celebrate this, Crash.net has teamed with Autocourse for the opportunity to glance back into the past of the sport with the re-publishing of regular features, highlights and insights from the golden eras of F1.

Better still, Autocourse is also giving you the chance to delve into motorsport's past at the touch of a finger with its comprehensive eBook and DVD archive as well as its superb iPad app , which is available from Apple stores for free. A must for any discerning motorsport fan!

Ahead of this weekend's 2014 Italian Grand Prix, we head back to the 1988 Italian Grand Prix, which came in the midst of McLaren's dominant era and the peak of Ayrton Senna and Alain Prost's infamous rivalry.

However, with Prost hitting mechanical issues and Senna eliminated in a collision with the lapped Jean-Louis Schlesser, the way was paved for an unexpected, but spectacular Ferrari 1-2 on its beloved home soil.

Relive these moments by clicking on the images here to relive Autocourse's 1988 Italian Grand Prix review and image gallery...

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