Formula 1 today confirmed the 2020 season will begin in Austria next month – and revealed details on the first eight races of a new calendar.
Sir Stirling Moss has passed away aged 90 after a long illness. He passed away in the early hours of Easter morning.
The promoter of the 2020 FIA Formula 1 Canadian Grand Prix has announced following continual discussions with the FIA and Formula 1 over the past month that the event will be postponed due to the ongoing impact of the COVID-19 pandemic.
ROKiT Williams just announced the following statement regarding the COVID-19 issues.
Following unanimous approval by the Formula 1 Strategy Group, Commission and all teams, the World Motor Sport Council has ratified by e-vote the decision to extend the Formula 1 shutdown period from 21 to 35 days, to be taken in March, April and/or May, for all competitors and Power Unit manufacturers.
During the past week, the collective of UK-based Formula 1 teams and their respective technology arms has made significant progress in defining and coordinating its response to the UK Government’s call for assistance with the manufacture of medical devices to help in the treatment of coronavirus patients. The teams’ combined efforts, termed ‘Project Pitlane’, are part of a UK industry-wide effort to manufacture and deliver respiratory devices to support the national need. Following decisions taken on Monday by the UK Government, Project Pitlane will focus on at least three workstreams. These workstreams vary in scope from reverse engineering existing medical […]
How’s everybody doing? I bet you’re all as disappointed as we are that the first few races of the season have been either canceled or postponed. Times are quite uncertain and even though we understand it’s necessary, it’s no fun to have no (motor)sports games to watch! We are thrilled to see that it leads to new possibilities and that the drivers of F1 are still trying to entertain their fans. It might keep all of us sane in these dark times. So we’ve made a short list for you of things you can do or watch during the Corona […]
Last week the FIA concluded the investigation to the Ferrari engine for last season. The conclusion included a settlement that isn’t made public. The Formula One teams now made a statement against this decision. Below you will find the statement.
The FIA just released a statement about the investigation of the Scuderia Ferrari Formula 1 Power Unit. While the new season is just around the corner, we still have something to talk about from last season.
The Energy drink giant Red Bull announced that they are trying to acquire Formula 1 broadcast rights in their home market of Austria.