ROKiT Williams Racing is delighted to announce two new appointments that will strengthen its technical team. David Worner, who will be Chief Designer, and Jonathan Carter, who will be Deputy Chief Designer & Head of Design, both have many years of experience in the sport. They will take up these positions in the near future.
PREMA Powerteam is pleased to announce that Brazilian racer Gabriel Bortoleto will be part of the team’s all-new lineup for the 2020 Formula 4 Season. He will enter the full Italian Formula 4 Championship and selected races of the German series. The 15-year-old driver is making the step up to auto racing coming from a complete and successful karting career.
Racing Point F1 has announced that it will launch the car for the 2020 campaign on 17 February 2020.
Formula 1 has announced today that Sean Bratches will step down from his role as Managing Director of Commercial Operations following three years at the organization. He will leave Formula 1 at the end of January 2020 but will continue to support the business in an advisory role from the United States.
Fires continue to devastate a large part of Australia and the Formula 1 community felt the need to do what it could to help those affected in the worst-hit areas.
The Formula 1 Miami Grand Prix announced a series of changes to its proposed track configuration and race schedule, incorporating feedback received during months of dialogue with residents, elected officials, faith leaders, local businesses, and scientific experts.
Mercedes just announced that the 2020 Formula One car will run for the very first time on Friday, 14 February for its initial shakedown run at the Silverstone International Circuit – 75 days after the last Grand Prix of 2019 in Abu Dhabi and 30 days before the new season kicks off in Australia.
ROKiT Williams Racing has announced in Tel Aviv today that Israeli born Roy Nissany is to become the team’s Official Test Driver.
There are a lot of sports in the world, and every sport has its own challenges. But its safe to say that the world of Motorsport is the most logistically challenging sport in the world. Why? Let’s take a look at Formula 1.
Max Verstappen has extended his Aston Martin Red Bull Racing contract until the end of the 2023 season ahead of the new Formula One World Championship season. Here is all you need to know: