On the eve of qualifying for the 2017 Spanish Grand Prix, Auto Bild, a German motoring website, reported the McLaren-Honda project has broken down and the two companies are facing an “imminent separation” … More Is Auto Bild correct when they say, ‘McLaren will split from Honda for 2018’?
Scuderia Ferrari’s new design of driver numbers on their cars, which has been introduced for this weekend’s Spanish Grand Prix, has provided an awesome memory back to their old classical days. … More Ferrari add classic twist to new number designs
Ferrari took their first pole position in over a year at the 2017 Russian Grand Prix, but was it wholly fair? … More Did Sebastian Vettel deserve a penalty in the 2017 Russian GP?
Mercedes AMG Team Principal Toto Wolff and Technical Director James Allison have both admitted the German outfit still has “work to do” after Lewis Hamilton’s Russian Grand Prix was heavily compromised by over-heating. … More Mercedes admit there’s “work to do” after Hamilton’s Russian GP troubles
After suffering troubles with his chassis and power unit in the days before the Russian Grand Prix, Jolyon Palmer was hoping his fortunes would turn around for Sunday’s race. … More Opinion: Jolyon Palmer criticism is unjustified and unfair
Mercedes AMG Team Prinicpal Toto Wolff is adamant driver error is to blame for his team’s woes in qualifying after Ferrari took their first pole position and front row lockout of the season. … More Toto Wolff: Valtteri Bottas driver error cost Mercedes pole in Sochi
Despite topping the second free practice session for the 2017 Russian Grand Prix, Sebastian Vettel is adamant the Sochi circuit “looks like a Mercedes one.” … More “This track looks like a Mercedes one” – Vettel
After playing catch up since Formula 1 introduced V6-Hybrids in 2014, it’s now suggested Ferrari may have surpassed Mercedes in outright pace from their power unit. … More Ferrari’s power unit better than that of Mercedes?
Despite arriving as a new signing to Mercedes AMG early in 2017, Valtteri Bottas has affirmed the team has given him equal status with his triple World Champion team mate Lewis Hamilton. … More Valtteri Bottas: I’m no number two driver
Formula 1’s governing body, the FIA, have decided following a recent strategy group meeting in Paris to prioritize the introduction of a ‘shield’ safety concept over the controversial ‘Halo’ system that many teams trialed throughout 2016. … More FIA look to introduce ‘shield’ safety concept to cars in 2018
After back-to-back race weekends in China and Bahrain, Formula 1 drivers have finally been treated to a weekend off before they head to this week’s Russian Grand Prix. … More What did Formula 1 drivers get up to on their weekend off?
Three rounds into the 2017 Formula 1 season and Ferrari’s Sebastian Vettel has found himself leading the World Championship by winning two Grand Prix’s and finishing runner-up in the third. … More Was P4 in Bahrain an under-performance from Kimi Raikkonen?
Formula 1’s solitary rookie in 2017, Lance Stroll, is set to start P12 in Sunday’s Bahrain Grand Prix after he failed reach Q3 and match the pace of his Williams team mate, Felipe Massa, who’ll start four places ahead in P8. … More Stroll says his Q2 lap was “a good effort”
Red Bull Racing’s struggles in 2017’s faster generation of Formula 1 are set to get worse for the upcoming Bahrain Grand Prix due to characteristics of the circuit praying on the weakness of their audacious RB13 chassis. … More Red Bull’s struggles set to get far worse in Bahrain
Formula 1’s currently tied championship leader, Sebastian Vettel, has praised the overtaking abilities of the new 2017 generation of cars, telling media after the Chinese Grand Prix, “I like this way of overtaking.” … More Vettel complementary of overtaking in new 2017 cars