Tickets for 2020’s Formula 1 pre-season testing sessions at the Circuit de Barcelona-Catalunya have gone on sale.
Following the successful Girls on Track – Dare To be Different activations at the Mexico City and Berlin E-Prix’ earlier this year, the FIA Girls on Track event is now heading to Saudi Arabia for activation around the Diriyah E-Prix on the 21st and 22nd November 2019. The first two Girls on Track E-Prix events saw hundreds of young girls take part in engaging and educational activities aimed at demonstrating that there is a place for girls and women in motorsport, both on and off the track. In June 2018, Saudi Arabia’s ban on women being allowed to drive was […]
The DTM will continue its highly successful live and exclusive TV deal with German broadcaster SAT.1 for a further two years.
The 2019/20 ABB FIA Formula E Championship season will get underway with a double header this weekend (22 and 23 November). Following a successful debut in season five, Diriyah will again host the first race of a new season of electric street racing. Located on the north-western outskirts of the Saudi Arabian capital, Riyadh, the E-Prix will take place in close proximity to the At-Turaif district, a UNESCO World Heritage Site.
The Formula One team just announced the following statement about the Miami Grand Prix.
Reigning champions Al-Attiyah, Price, Nikolaev, and Lopez target more titles. The 2020 Dakar Rally switches to Saudi Arabia in January after three decades in Africa and 11 editions in South America with the Red Bull Desert Wings squad out to keep their titles. Here is all you need to know:
Enrolment for 2020’s all-new DTM Trophy series has officially opened. The new series, announced by DTM umbrella organization ITR last month, will feature near-series spec GT racing cars with rear-wheel drive and will run across seven weekends on the DTM support program.
The following interview questions where asked the podium drivers after the race. Below you will find the full transcript.
Lewis Hamilton gets a 5 second time penalty for his move on Alexander Albon. Lewis Hamilton responded directly after the race that it was his mistake. Only after the ceremony passed the stewards made their decision. This means Carlos Sainz received the 3rd price.
Max Verstappen had to pass Lewis Hamilton twice this race but he was able to take his third victory of 2019. Gasly was able to take second place after the second safety car. Lewis Hamilton is in third place but still under investigation for his collision with Albon.