The inaugural race of the new Formula E series was marred by one of the biggest accidents seen in any form of motorsport in recent… Read more →
Often when talk turns to the lifestyle of the F1 racing driver, it is hard not to imagine them all being playboys in the mould… Read more →
Formula One teams have just a week between races as the roadshow makes its way around the East…
Pirelli starts tesing slicks for the 2011 F1 season
With the image of F1 marred in recent months by unscrupulous bigwigs, mutiny by FOTA, dodgy decisions by officials and controversy in general – the latest news reports doing the rounds are sure to catapult the pinnacle of motorsport to the headlines once more.
So peace has broken out in F1, and the dictatorial Max Mosley is set to bow out. In fact, though the FIA president only vacates his position in October, apparently he will have no more to do with F1 with immediate effect.
A flailing right front tyre turned Lewis Hamilton’s Turkish Grand Prix into a nightmare, but thanks to the Briton’s misfortune, and Felipe Massa’s consecutive victory in Istanbul, the battle for the 2007 driver’s championship remains wide open. Excellent!
Two weeks is a long time in Formula One, isn’t it? After making up the numbers at Indianapolis, Ferrari produced a stunning return to form at Magny Cours – and it was a nice departure from the regular Lewis Hamilton Glorification Show.
By Mike Fourie – Editor Just when the Formula One world championship seemed set to become a two-way battle, Felipe Massa made up for an… Read more →
Renault’s Fernando Alonso claimed a fortuitous victory in the Japanese Grand Prix on Sunday after Michael Schumacher’s Ferrari engine failed while the German was leading the race.