Dwane Aldrich
Dwane (otherwise known as "4 a.m. F1 watcher") lives in Seattle, on the U.S.A.'s West coast. Born in 1953, his favorite toy as a youngster was a MATCHBOX Masarati A6, and his F1 interests were inflamed early through reading about Ascari and Fangio. His interests include many forms of auto racing, simulation games, railroad history, sea chanties, and British Isles folk music.

Ian Dalziel
Software developer, born in <cough> 1950 in Ayrshire, resident in Yorkshire for thirty years. First motor sport event attended was Bo'ness Hill Climb in 1962, first International the Oulton Park Gold Cup in 1964, First GP Silverstone in 1971. Hasn't missed a British GP since, though if it came to a choice the Goodwood Revival would win these days.

Alan Henson
Born the day after the 1978 South African GP, Alan lives in Dublin and works in IT. Being following F1 since 1991, finished Geoff Crammond's F1GP at Ace level and an ideal year off would be following an entire season from track to track.

Mark Jackson
Mark has been a Formula 1 fan since 1962, and can remember when "getting the F1 news" meant phoning the Los Angeles Times sports desk late on Sunday to see if they'd read off the first few finishers. He maintains the rasf1m FAQ; further information at http://www.alumni.caltech.edu/~mjackson.

Geoff May

Neil Padgen

Ian Parkinson
Ian is fast approaching thirty, lives in Southampton, UK, and works in software development. He became hooked on Formula One during the closing laps of the 1992 Monaco race and still thinks 'The Chain' made for a better theme tune. Otherwise, Ian seems to be turning into an audiophile and is a rather poor amateur astronomer.

Dillon Pyron