Ahead of Formula 1’s landmark 70th anniversary season, Racing Point F1 Team announced an expansion of its long-standing partnership with Austrian water technology specialist, BWT – Best Water Technology.
Netflix is back with the show Drive to Survive. The new season will be online later this month. Today they released the first trailer.
ROKiT Williams Racing has officially revealed its 2020 Formula One challenger, the Williams Mercedes FW43. The FW43 is an evolution of the FW42, with much of the development work carried out throughout 2019 feeding into the design of this year’s car.
Just 75 days after the last race of the 2019 season, the Mercedes-AMG Petronas F1 Team took to the track this morning to complete the first laps with the team’s all-new car for the 2020 F1 season. The Mercedes-AMG F1 W11 EQ Performance, as the car is officially known, ran at Silverstone with Valtteri Bottas behind the wheel. Lewis Hamilton is scheduled to drive the 2020 contender in the afternoon.
Mercedes is using Valentine’s day to release the new car. They will release the new car in bits and pieces over this day.
After a thrilling double header opening weekend in Diriyah, Saudi Arabia in November 2019, with Simon Evans and Sérgio Jimenez securing the first two wins of the season, the Jaguar I-PACE eTROPHY returns for round three in Mexico City, Mexico. The race will commence on Saturday 15 February at 14:00 local time as the official support series to the ABB FIA Formula E Championship.
The 2020 Chinese Grand Prix, which had been scheduled for April 17-19, has been postponed as a result of the novel coronavirus outbreak.
Aston Martin Red Bull Racing today unveiled the car with which they hope to battle for the constructors’ and drivers’ titles in 2020.
ROKiT Williams Racing revealed the premium British brand, Crew Clothing Company as an Official Supplier for the 2020 FIA Formula One season. The lifestyle clothing brand will provide the team’s travel kit for the year, starting with the pre-season test in Barcelona.
Envision Virgin Racing driver Robin Frijns believes he and team-mate Sam Bird will be ‘on the limit’ during this weekend’s Mexico City E-Prix as their all-electric Formula E cars are set to record their fastest qualifying speeds to date approaching 240kph (150mph).