Monday, April 15, 2024

Who goes where next in F1's most unpredictable driver market? - SkySports F1

Following Fernando Alonso's decision to extend his Aston Martin contract, the Formula 1 driver market is set to burst into action over the coming months.

Read more: Who goes where next in F1's most unpredictable driver market? - SkySports F1

How to watch the Chinese GP, IndyCar at Long Beach and WEC at Imola | TV Times - RaceFans

It's race week! Formula 1 heads to China for the first time since 2019, IndyCar races at Long Beach and WEC is at Imola. Here's how to watch.

Read more: How to watch the Chinese GP, IndyCar at Long Beach and WEC at Imola | TV Times - RaceFans

Sunday, April 14, 2024

Why F1's return to China is set to 'spice up' 2024 - SkySports F1

The combination of F1's first Chinese GP in five years and the first Sprint weekend of the 2024 season is set to prove a "big challenge" and "spice up" the season's fifth race weekend, according to leading figures in the sport.

Read more: Why F1's return to China is set to 'spice up' 2024 - SkySports F1

Famin insists Ocon and Gasly are "happy" at Alpine despite struggles | RaceFans Round-up - RaceFans

In the round-up: Gasly and Ocon "happy" at Alpine • Scheckter's title winning Ferrari under auction • Kleck assumes early FRAC lead

Read more: Famin insists Ocon and Gasly are "happy" at Alpine despite struggles | RaceFans Round-up - RaceFans

Formula E: Pascal Wehrlein wins second Misano race in dramatic fashion - F1technical.net

Porsche driver Pascal Wehrlein took a suprise victory in dramatic fashion at the second Misano E-Prix which saw Nissan racer Oliver Rowland lose out on the final lap. F1Technical's senior writer Balázs Szabó reports on Round 7 of the 2024 Formula E season.

Read more: Formula E: Pascal Wehrlein wins second Misano race in dramatic fashion - F1technical.net

Newey: Monaco example shows why F1 2026 will be a “strange formula” - Autosport.com - Formula 1 - Stories

F1 manufacturers are now hard at work in developing their next-generation turbo hybrids, which will feature a 50/50 split in power between the internal combustion engine and battery.The nature of what is coming has opened the door for what could be some unique characteristics because there will be a premium on energy recovery.Newey has revealed that effectively turning the ICEs into generators ...Keep reading

Read more: Newey: Monaco example shows why F1 2026 will be a “strange formula” - Autosport.com - Formula 1 - Stories

Da Costa disqualified from first Misano race, handing Rowland win | Formula E - RaceFans

Oliver Rowland has inherited victory in the first Misano Eprix after Antonio Felix da Costa was disqualified for a technical infringement.

Read more: Da Costa disqualified from first Misano race, handing Rowland win | Formula E - RaceFans

Saturday, April 13, 2024

Vowles setting up Williams for "almost three years worth of work in one" | RaceFans Round-up - RaceFans

In the round-up: Williams prepare for three years of work in one • Red Bull domination "should be celebrated" • Sette Camara and De Vries penalised

Read more: Vowles setting up Williams for "almost three years worth of work in one" | RaceFans Round-up - RaceFans

Horner has learned “not to listen” to Wolff over F1 title claim - Motorsport.com

Max Verstappen’s dominant performance at the Japanese Grand Prix, as he took his third win from four races this year, left few in any doubt that the Dutchman is the clear favourite to grab his fourth world title this season.And while closest challenger Ferrari hopes it can find gains to start putting Red Bull under more pressure for wins, Wolff thinks it a pipe dream that anyone can stop ...Keep reading

Read more: Horner has learned “not to listen” to Wolff over F1 title claim - Motorsport.com

Thursday, April 11, 2024

Analysis: tyre strategies at the Japanese Grand Prix - F1technical.net

Championship runaway leader Max Verstappen might have taken his third victory of the season, but Ferrari driver Charles Leclerc stood out with his brilliant performance as he executed a one-stop strategy to jump up the order following a miserable qualifying session. F1Technical's senior writer Balázs Szabó delivers his strategy analysis after the Japanese Grand Prix.

Read more: Analysis: tyre strategies at the Japanese Grand Prix - F1technical.net

The unfinished business behind Alonso's new F1 deal - Motorsport.com

Given Alonso's impressive longevity and penchant for surprise twists, one can never be too sure about the cunning Spaniard's next move. But F1's longest-serving protagonist has now openly nailed his colours to Aston Martin's mast with a new long-term contract.His fresh terms include at least a two-year commitment to drive its F1 cars and a deal to move into an as of yet undefined off-track role ...Keep reading

Read more: The unfinished business behind Alonso's new F1 deal - Motorsport.com

Verstappen not a fan of F1's active aero plans for 2026 - Motorsport.com

As the FIA continues its efforts to finalise the new car regulations from 2026, Motorsport.com revealed earlier this week that some alarming simulator findings have prompted a rethink about how the active aero elements of the new F1 challengers will work.Whereas initial investigations focused on only having the rear wing as a moveable element, it has now been decided that the front wing will also ...Keep reading

Read more: Verstappen not a fan of F1's active aero plans for 2026 - Motorsport.com

Suzuka showed Mercedes "have a more stable platform" now | Formula 1 - RaceFans

Mercedes say they are better able to understand how to get the best out of their W15 after the Japanese Grand Prix.

Read more: Suzuka showed Mercedes "have a more stable platform" now | Formula 1 - RaceFans

Wednesday, April 10, 2024

'A more extreme version' - Newey explains Red Bull 2024 changes - SkySports F1

Red Bull chief technical officer Adrian Newey has explained that the team's 2024 car is a product of "a more extreme version" of the same design philosophy they have pursued since 2022.

Read more: 'A more extreme version' - Newey explains Red Bull 2024 changes - SkySports F1

Andretti opens UK base as it presses on with F1 entry plans | RaceFans Round-up - RaceFans

In the round-up: Andretti opens Silverstone facility • Fans watch Tsunoda test tyres • Newgarden leads Larson in Indy 500 test

Read more: Andretti opens UK base as it presses on with F1 entry plans | RaceFans Round-up - RaceFans

Tuesday, April 9, 2024

Japan was first race where Red Bull's winning margin was bigger than last year | 2024 Japanese GP stats and facts - RaceFans

Red Bull beat their 2023 winning margin at Suzuka and Max Verstappen now has as many victories as all Finnish drivers. More Japanese Grand Prix facts and stats.

Read more: Japan was first race where Red Bull's winning margin was bigger than last year | 2024 Japanese GP stats and facts - RaceFans

Brundle: Mercedes correlation problems 'very worrying' - SkySports F1

Sky Sports F1's Martin Brundle has described Mercedes' correlation problems as "very worrying" after a disappointing Japanese Grand Prix.

Read more: Brundle: Mercedes correlation problems 'very worrying' - SkySports F1

Which circuits are on both the F1 and MotoGP calendars? - Motorsport.com

Race tracks are often used across different motorsport championships, but only five Grade 1 tracks currently host the pinnacles of four- and two-wheeled sport: F1 and MotoGP.   Many more have been used for both championships in the past - so what are those circuits?  Circuit of The Americas - ...Keep reading

Read more: Which circuits are on both the F1 and MotoGP calendars? - Motorsport.com

Sainz calls for 2025 F1 contract talks to 'speed up' - SkySports F1

Carlos Sainz is keen to "speed up" his contract negotiations as he looks to secure a seat on the 2025 F1 grid.

Read more: Sainz calls for 2025 F1 contract talks to 'speed up' - SkySports F1

Sunday, April 7, 2024

When BMW topped F1, Hamilton hit Alonso, and Massa started a title charge - Motorsport.com

The race weekend occurred following a backdrop of controversy: FIA president Max Mosley had been exposed by a UK tabloid sting in the week leading up to the event, and some teams were calling on him to step down.On track, BMW’s Sauber era was blossoming, with Robert Kubica scoring his first career F1 pole position, just 0.027s ahead of the Ferrari of Massa. This came despite a lock-up that left ...Keep reading

Read more: When BMW topped F1, Hamilton hit Alonso, and Massa started a title charge - Motorsport.com

Newey calls RB20 "a more extreme version" of dominant 2019 car | RaceFans Round-up - RaceFans

In the round-up: RB20 is a "more extreme" version of RB19 • Stroll avoids pit penalty • Ferrari made "real step forward"

Read more: Newey calls RB20 "a more extreme version" of dominant 2019 car | RaceFans Round-up - RaceFans

Teams' reactions after the Japanese Grand Prix - F1technical.net

Following a disappointing race in Melbourne, championship runaway leader Max Verstappen bounced back to clinch his third win of 2024, heading a dominant one-two for Red Bull in Suzuka. F1Technical's senior writer Balázs Szabó delivers teams' reactions after the Japanese Grand Prix.

Read more: Teams' reactions after the Japanese Grand Prix - F1technical.net

Saturday, April 6, 2024

F1’s dirty air problem means track position will be king in Japanese GP - Motorsport.com

But teams and drivers are already bracing themselves for what could be a game of patiently follow-the-leader thanks to the growing dirty air problem that F1 is experiencing right now.While F1’s new ground effect rules era from 2022 was supposed to better allow cars to follow each other closely, and indeed it worked for a while, the efforts by teams over more than two years now has done away with ...Keep reading

Read more: F1’s dirty air problem means track position will be king in Japanese GP - Motorsport.com

Kovalainen undergoes successful open-heart surgery | RaceFans Round-up - RaceFans

In the round-up: Kovalainen has openheart surgery • Former Verstappen mechanic moves to Sauber • F1 return is possible - Mazepin

Read more: Kovalainen undergoes successful open-heart surgery | RaceFans Round-up - RaceFans

Friday, April 5, 2024

Aston Martin not pursuing Newey - Krack | RaceFans Round-up - RaceFans

In the round-up: Aston Martin not pursuing Newey - Krack • Hamilton's Melbourne PU "for the bin" • Bearman to run Imola practice for Haas

Read more: Aston Martin not pursuing Newey - Krack | RaceFans Round-up - RaceFans

Thursday, April 4, 2024

Hamilton loses Australia F1 engine as Mercedes uncovers cause of failure - Motorsport.com

The seven-time world champion retired in the early stages of the race at Albert Park after his Mercedes engine shut down following sensors detecting an unspecified problem.The power unit was flown back to Mercedes’ engine facility at Brixworth for post-race analysis to get an understanding of what happened, with no obvious explanation available immediately and the team unclear about whether or ...Keep reading

Read more: Hamilton loses Australia F1 engine as Mercedes uncovers cause of failure - Motorsport.com

Japanese racers forced to make "late start" due to rules - Tsunoda | RaceFans Round-up - RaceFans

In the round-up: Japanese drivers have "late start" - Tsunoda • Habsburg fractures vertebrae in test crash • Gasly welcomes Alpine's first upgrades

Read more: Japanese racers forced to make "late start" due to rules - Tsunoda | RaceFans Round-up - RaceFans

Wednesday, April 3, 2024

FIA clubs recommend legal action over Ben Sulayem accusations - Motorsport.com

In the wake of Ben Sulayem having been cleared of wrongdoing in an investigation relating to allegations of interference in two Formula 1 races last year, a selection of member clubs have issued a strongly-worded letter of support backing him.Clearly designed to quell any talk of an internal move against Ben Sulayem in the short term, a letter signed by more than 30 representatives of FIA member ...Keep reading

Read more: FIA clubs recommend legal action over Ben Sulayem accusations - Motorsport.com

Allegations against Ben Sulayem was an attack on the FIA, say member clubs | Formula 1 - RaceFans

A group of FIA member clubs have given their support to the president of the governing body, Mohammed Ben Sulayem, following his investigation by the Ethics Committee last month.

Read more: Allegations against Ben Sulayem was an attack on the FIA, say member clubs | Formula 1 - RaceFans

Red Bull upgrade rumours and tactical slowing: Nine Japanese GP talking points | Formula 1 - RaceFans

Expect Red Bull to fly at Suzuka, but some of their rivals have gone slowly on purpose recently. Here are nine talking points for the Japanese GP.

Read more: Red Bull upgrade rumours and tactical slowing: Nine Japanese GP talking points | Formula 1 - RaceFans

Tuesday, April 2, 2024

Inside team Verstappen: Nothing unsaid, Hamilton mind games & FIFA myths - SkySports F1

Max Verstappen's former performance coach Brad Scanes revealed what life is like in the world champion's inner circle, on the latest episode of the Sky Sports F1 Podcast.

Read more: Inside team Verstappen: Nothing unsaid, Hamilton mind games & FIFA myths - SkySports F1

Haas to bring their first aerodynamic upgrade earlier than planned - F1technical.net

Haas Team Principal Ayao Komatsu has revealed that his team has managed to accelerate the production of several aerodynamic upgrades which will allow the team to introduce the first development package earlier than planned.

Read more: Haas to bring their first aerodynamic upgrade earlier than planned - F1technical.net

New Istanbul Park operator targets F1 return from 2026 | RaceFans Round-up - RaceFans

In the round-up: New Istanbul Park operator targets F1 return from 2026 • Horner complainant "scared and lonely" • No third driver for Cadillac at Imola

Read more: New Istanbul Park operator targets F1 return from 2026 | RaceFans Round-up - RaceFans

Monday, April 1, 2024

When will Norris win his first F1 race? - SkySports F1

With Lando Norris having become the Formula 1 driver to have claimed the most podiums without winning a race, Sky Sports F1 analyse if and when the Brit is likely to shed the unwanted record.

Read more: When will Norris win his first F1 race? - SkySports F1

Hamilton prepared to "call bulls***" if his F1 film doesn't look authentic | RaceFans Round-up - RaceFans

In the round-up: Hamilton prepared to "call BS" on film errors • Haas fear fast corners at Suzuka • Sauber flat-out on solution to pit stop problems

Read more: Hamilton prepared to "call bulls***" if his F1 film doesn't look authentic | RaceFans Round-up - RaceFans

The day Montoya gave F1 a shock to the system - Motorsport.com

The opening races of the 2001 season foreshadowed what would be an era of dominance for Michael Schumacher and Ferrari. After finally defeating McLaren's Mika Hakkinen in 2000 the German would go on to dominate the sport for another four seasons. Schumacher duly took pole in Sao Paulo, then the third race of the season, following two wins out of two in Australia and Malaysia. Main rival Hakkinen ...Keep reading

Read more: The day Montoya gave F1 a shock to the system - Motorsport.com

How to follow the Japanese Grand Prix on the BBC - BBC Sport

Round four of the season is the Japanese Grand Prix - listen to BBC radio commentary and follow live text updates.

Read more: How to follow the Japanese Grand Prix on the BBC - BBC Sport

Sunday, March 31, 2024

Mercedes admit to simulator correlation issues - SkySports F1

Mercedes technical director James Allison has admitted the team's poor start to the 2024 Formula 1 season has raised concerns over the correlation between findings from their simulator and performance on track.

Read more: Mercedes admit to simulator correlation issues - SkySports F1

Ecclestone explored Moto GP purchase while running F1 - Agostini | RaceFans Round-up - RaceFans

In the round-up: Ecclestone nearly owned F1 and Moto GP - Agostini • Liberty Moto GP takeover 'imminent' • Tokyo FE track "mega" unlike Misano - Cassidy

Read more: Ecclestone explored Moto GP purchase while running F1 - Agostini | RaceFans Round-up - RaceFans

Ferrari will struggle to match Red Bull until first major F1 upgrade - Sainz - Motorsport.com

Although Ferrari is yet to qualify within two tenths of three-time world champion Max Verstappen this season, the Scuderia had a promising one-two in the Australian Grand Prix, with Sainz leading home team-mate Charles Leclerc and the McLarens.After both Red Bulls were dominant in the first two rounds, Verstappen was leading the race from pole position in Melbourne when he was struck by braking ...Keep reading

Read more: Ferrari will struggle to match Red Bull until first major F1 upgrade - Sainz - Motorsport.com

Saturday, March 30, 2024

Antonelli's performance against Bearman in Formula 2 impresses De Vries | RaceFans Round-up - RaceFans

In the round-up: Antonelli "very special" - de Vries • Drive to Survive won't ignore Horner controversy • Cassidy loses points lead post-race

Read more: Antonelli's performance against Bearman in Formula 2 impresses De Vries | RaceFans Round-up - RaceFans

Analysis: strategy review after the Australian Grand Prix - F1technical.net

The Australian Grand Prix saw teams struggle from tyre graining on long runs with Ferrari and McLaren having surprisingly mastered the unusual challenges the best. F1Technical's Balázs Szabó delivers his strategy analysis after the Melbourne round.

Read more: Analysis: strategy review after the Australian Grand Prix - F1technical.net

Caption Competition 239: Norris in full flight | Caption Competition - RaceFans

Lando Norris encountered a feathered friend in Melbourne. Can you come up with the best caption for this picture?

Read more: Caption Competition 239: Norris in full flight | Caption Competition - RaceFans

Guenther wins in Tokyo after Rowland gives up the lead | Formula E - RaceFans

Maximilian Guenther won Formula E's first race in Japan, denying Maserati a home victory after Oliver Rowland led much of the way from pole position.

Read more: Guenther wins in Tokyo after Rowland gives up the lead | Formula E - RaceFans

Friday, March 29, 2024

Hybrid overtake boost and variable harvesting limits for 2026 F1 engines | RaceFans Round-up - RaceFans

In the round-up: Hybrid overtake boost and variable harvesting limits for 2026 F1 engines • Red Bull lose chief mechanic • Fenestraz 'injured engineer with radio rant'

Read more: Hybrid overtake boost and variable harvesting limits for 2026 F1 engines | RaceFans Round-up - RaceFans

Wolff: Vasseur and Italy deserve Ferrari F1 success after 2023 troubles - Motorsport.com

Having qualified second in Melbourne, Carlos Sainz - back from surgery for appendicitis that ruled him out of the Saudi Arabian GP - executed a lap-two pass on polesitter Max Verstappen.With the Red Bull forced to retire with a right-rear brake failure, Charles Leclerc followed Sainz home for a Ferrari 1-2 - the first non-Verstappen win since Sainz claimed last year's Singapore victory.That marked ...Keep reading

Read more: Wolff: Vasseur and Italy deserve Ferrari F1 success after 2023 troubles - Motorsport.com

Mercedes 'changed everything but haven't solved fundamental issue' - Wolff | Formula 1 - RaceFans

Mercedes haven't mastered the latest technical rules despite making many changes to their design over the last two years, says team principal Toto Wolff.

Read more: Mercedes 'changed everything but haven't solved fundamental issue' - Wolff | Formula 1 - RaceFans

Norris reveals how Piastri is making him a better driver - SkySports F1

Lando Norris believes Oscar Piastri is making him a better Formula 1 driver after McLaren scored their first podium of the 2024 season in Melbourne.

Read more: Norris reveals how Piastri is making him a better driver - SkySports F1

Thursday, March 28, 2024

Brown hopes McLaren will "rack up some more podiums" with Miami upgrades | RaceFans Round-up - RaceFans

In the round-up: Brown wants more podiums with Miami upgrades • Lola to enter Formula E • Nissan unveil Tokyo livery

Read more: Brown hopes McLaren will "rack up some more podiums" with Miami upgrades | RaceFans Round-up - RaceFans

Ferrari F1 drivers out of "survival mode" with "huge step" on car consistency - Motorsport.com

Last year, Carlos Sainz and Charles Leclerc often had to focus on tyre management, which was made more difficult by inconsistent and unpredictable behaviour even between sets of the same compound.This year’s SF-24 has proved to be much more benign and predictable on long runs, and that was a key to the spectacular 1-2 finish for Sainz and Leclerc in Australia last weekend.Vasseur says that tyre ...Keep reading

Read more: Ferrari F1 drivers out of "survival mode" with "huge step" on car consistency - Motorsport.com

Vasseur: Ferrari win proved Red Bull will make mistakes under pressure - SkySports F1

Ferrari team principal Frederic Vasseur says his team's success at the Australian Grand Prix proved that Red Bull are more likely to make mistakes when placed under pressure.

Read more: Vasseur: Ferrari win proved Red Bull will make mistakes under pressure - SkySports F1

Tuesday, March 26, 2024

What has gone wrong for 'hugely disappointing' Mercedes? - SkySports F1

Mercedes suffered their first double retirement in over five years at the Australian Grand Prix as frustration grows at a team that dominated F1 for several years.

Read more: What has gone wrong for 'hugely disappointing' Mercedes? - SkySports F1

Verstappen's engineer won't look elsewhere after working with 'one of the greatest' | RaceFans Round-up - RaceFans

In the round-up: Verstappen "one of the greatest talents" - Lambiase • Palou not keen on heats format • NASCAR tipped for Long Beach bid

Read more: Verstappen's engineer won't look elsewhere after working with 'one of the greatest' | RaceFans Round-up - RaceFans

Aston Martin will not appeal Alonso penalty - BBC Sport

Aston Martin will not appeal the penalty against Fernando Alonso at last weekend's Australian Grand Prix for "potentially dangerous" driving.

Read more: Aston Martin will not appeal Alonso penalty - BBC Sport

Red Bull junior Iwasa to contest F1 Japan FP1 for RB - Motorsport.com

The RB team is fielding an all-Japanese line-up in first free practice with Iwasa joining regular driver Yuki Tsunoda in the VCARB01 in their home round.RB has given Iwasa the first of two mandatory rookie FP1 slots for the year, with the 22-year-old among the roster of young driver prospects that also includes reserve driver Liam Lawson and F2 driver Isack Hadjar.Read Also:


Formula ...Keep reading

Read more: Red Bull junior Iwasa to contest F1 Japan FP1 for RB - Motorsport.com

Monday, March 25, 2024

Iwasa to make F1 practice debut in Ricciardo's car at Suzuka | RaceFans Round-up - RaceFans

In the round-up: Iwasa to make F1 practice debut in Ricciardo's car at Suzuka • Antonelli rues missed podium • 1964 F1 drivers' trophy up for sale

Read more: Iwasa to make F1 practice debut in Ricciardo's car at Suzuka | RaceFans Round-up - RaceFans

The 10 best Formula 1 drivers ever: Hamilton, Schumacher & more - Autosport.com - Formula 1 - Stories

The best F1 driver in history is a debate that has, and will continue to, rage as long as Formula 1 exists, but we look at who the best drivers are statistically.
Lewis Hamilton, Mercedes, 1st position, celebrates on arrival in Parc Ferme
Photo by: Jerry Andre / Motorsport Images
1. Lewis Hamilton - 103 wins
First race: 2007 Australian Grand Prix
World Championships: 7 ...Keep reading

Read more: The 10 best Formula 1 drivers ever: Hamilton, Schumacher & more - Autosport.com - Formula 1 - Stories

Sainz shows surgical precision as Verstappen's hopes melt in Melbourne | 2024 Australian GP report - RaceFans

Just over two weeks after undergoing emergency surgery, Carlos Sainz Jnr secured his most memorable victory in motorsport in Melbourne.

Read more: Sainz shows surgical precision as Verstappen's hopes melt in Melbourne | 2024 Australian GP report - RaceFans

Sunday, March 24, 2024

Mercedes 'couldn't compete on a single lap or the long runs' in Melbourne | RaceFans Round-up - RaceFans

In the round-up: Mercedes 'couldn't compete on a single lap or long runs' • Gasly avoids penalty point • Record Australian GP crowd

Read more: Mercedes 'couldn't compete on a single lap or the long runs' in Melbourne | RaceFans Round-up - RaceFans

Rating the 2024 F1 Australian GP race - Motorsport.com

As the Red Bull driver suffered a brake problem at the start of the race, his Ferrari rival took control early on and never relinquished it, scoring his first win since last year's Singapore GP.Charles Leclerc settled for second as Ferrari grabbed its first one-two finish of the year, with McLaren's Lando Norris completing the podium ahead of Oscar Piastri and Sergio Perez, who in Verstappen's ...Keep reading

Read more: Rating the 2024 F1 Australian GP race - Motorsport.com

Friday, January 26, 2024

Are fears over F1’s street race surge justified? - Autosport.com - Formula 1 - Stories

"Not another street circuit," was the dominant line of response on social media in the wake of F1's announcement that the Spanish GP would move away from its long-time home in Barcelona.With Barcelona's future in limbo, from 2026 onwards the event will head to a new semi-street circuit in Madrid, located at the IFEMA fairgrounds close to its Barajas airport, much closer to the city centre than its ...Keep reading

Read more: Are fears over F1’s street race surge justified? - Autosport.com - Formula 1 - Stories

What each F1 team says they want from their new cars for 2024 | Formula 1 - RaceFans

Where does each F1 team need to improve most with their new cars for the 2024 season? See what they all have to say in their own words...

Read more: What each F1 team says they want from their new cars for 2024 | Formula 1 - RaceFans

Thursday, January 25, 2024

Ferrari signs contract extension with Charles Leclerc - F1technical.net

Ferrari have announced that Charles Leclerc has signed a contract extension with the Scuderia in a deal that takes the five-time F1 winner “beyond” the 2024 F1 season.

Read more: Ferrari signs contract extension with Charles Leclerc - F1technical.net

Over half of Las Vegas residents support long-term stay for F1 race - poll | RaceFans Round-up - RaceFans

In the round-up: Las Vegas residents support race - poll • Lower back "most injured area" for drivers • Rowland tops first Diriyah practice

Read more: Over half of Las Vegas residents support long-term stay for F1 race - poll | RaceFans Round-up - RaceFans

Allison: Red Bull dominance hasn't spoiled return to F1 frontline - Autosport.com - Formula 1 - Stories

Allison came back to the technical director role last year as part of a job swap with Mike Elliott undertaken to help Mercedes get back to the front of F1. Although the German manufacturer was unable to stop world champion Red Bull roaring to another title double as it won all but one grand prix last year, Allison is adamant there are a lot of elements of the job that enthused him. And ...Keep reading

Read more: Allison: Red Bull dominance hasn't spoiled return to F1 frontline - Autosport.com - Formula 1 - Stories

Wednesday, January 24, 2024

AlphaTauri reveals new identity for 2024 after rebrand - F1technical.net

Red Bull F1 Teams and Visa have announced a multi-year agreement where Visa will become the first global partner of both Red Bull F1 teams, bringing a new look team to the F1 grid in the form of Visa Cash App RB, formerly Scuderia AlphaTauri.

Read more: AlphaTauri reveals new identity for 2024 after rebrand - F1technical.net

First onboard video simulation of Ifema Madrid Circuit | RaceFans Round-up - RaceFans

In the round-up: First onboard video simulation of Ifema Madrid Circuit • Madrid 'paid €500m for 10-year F1 deal' • Drive to Survive season six release date confirmed

Read more: First onboard video simulation of Ifema Madrid Circuit | RaceFans Round-up - RaceFans

Steiner working on his second F1 book - Autosport.com - Formula 1 - Stories

Steiner’s first book, Surviving to Drive, was written after he was approached by ghostwriter James Hogg and told the inside story of the Haas team’s 2022 season, while also dipping into episodes from earlier in Steiner’s career. It has sold some 150,000 copies and appeared in 12 languages.Steiner and Hogg, who had previously worked on projects with Damon Hill, Johnny Herbert and Jason ...Keep reading

Read more: Steiner working on his second F1 book - Autosport.com - Formula 1 - Stories

Steiner working on new F1 book after first hit - Motorsport.com

Steiner’s first book, Surviving to Drive, was written after he was approached by ghostwriter James Hogg.Initially published in the UK by Penguin Random House, it told the inside story of the Haas team’s 2022 season, while also dipping into episodes from earlier in Steiner’s career.It has sold some 150,000 copies and appeared in 12 languages, with a UK paperback version due in March.Hogg had ...Keep reading

Read more: Steiner working on new F1 book after first hit - Motorsport.com

Tuesday, January 23, 2024

Seven troublesome rules F1 should fix to avoid repeating last year's rows | Formula 1 - RaceFans

Seven areas of Formula 1's rules need attention before the new season beings to prevent the same problems recurring from last year.

Read more: Seven troublesome rules F1 should fix to avoid repeating last year's rows | Formula 1 - RaceFans

Extending career to Madrid GP may be 'a challenge' for Alonso - Domenicali | RaceFans Round-up - RaceFans

In the round-up: Extending career to Madrid GP 'a challenge' for Alonso • Alfa Romeo boss rules out Le Mans • Andretti's Indy 500 return confirmed

Read more: Extending career to Madrid GP may be 'a challenge' for Alonso - Domenicali | RaceFans Round-up - RaceFans

The key details to look out for when F1 launch season begins - Autosport.com - Dakar - Stories

But while some of the design elements spotted in that period will be smoke and mirrors, and sometimes even just flat-out something not being run in 2024, we should get a pretty good idea of the main concepts that will be raced.Some of the trends that have emerged over the last two seasons could play a critical part in the technical battle that will develop over the forthcoming season and with the ...Keep reading

Read more: The key details to look out for when F1 launch season begins - Autosport.com - Dakar - Stories

Sunday, January 21, 2024

Verstappen takes first win of 2024 with iRacing Daytona 24 class victory | RaceFans Round-up - RaceFans

In the round-up: Verstappen's takes iRacing Daytona 24 class win • Taponen seizes FRMEC lead • Bilinksi makes it two from three in FROC

Read more: Verstappen takes first win of 2024 with iRacing Daytona 24 class victory | RaceFans Round-up - RaceFans

Why AlphaTauri changed tack on being an F1 rookie training ground - Autosport.com - Formula 1 - Stories

The team has retained Daniel Ricciardo and Yuki Tsunoda for this season, leaving Liam Lawson, who contested five races last year, on the sidelines.The fresh identity, incoming major US-based sponsors and an extra push from owner Red Bull has obliged AlphaTauri to focus on getting the best possible results, rather than serve primarily as a training ground for a potential recruit to its sister team ...Keep reading

Read more: Why AlphaTauri changed tack on being an F1 rookie training ground - Autosport.com - Formula 1 - Stories

Friday, January 19, 2024

Missed chance to race for Ferrari in F1 an "open wound" - Kubica | RaceFans Round-up - RaceFans

In the round-up: Verstappen in iRacing Daytona 24 • Kubica laments missing Ferrari F1 drive • Driver killed in car crash over Miami track

Read more: Missed chance to race for Ferrari in F1 an "open wound" - Kubica | RaceFans Round-up - RaceFans

Brad Pitt F1 film hits Daytona 24 Hours, Bruckheimer named Grand Marshal - Autosport.com - IMSA - Stories

Filming at Daytona will revolve around the 992-shape #120 Porsche 911 GT3 R entered by fictional team Chip Hart Racing – which is run in real life by Wright Motorsports for Adam Adelson, Elliott Skeer, Jan Haylen and Frederic Makowiecki.Their names are absent from car, however, which instead features Sonny Hayes (which is Pitt’s character in the movie), C Kelso and longtime Porsche ...Keep reading

Read more: Brad Pitt F1 film hits Daytona 24 Hours, Bruckheimer named Grand Marshal - Autosport.com - IMSA - Stories

Brad Pitt F1 film hits Daytona 24 Hours, Bruckheimer named Grand Marshal - Autosport.com - IMSA - Stories

Filming at Daytona will revolve around the 992-shape #120 Porsche 911 GT3 R entered by fictional team Chip Hart Racing – which is run in real life by Wright Motorsports for Adam Adelson, Elliott Skeer, Jan Haylen and Frederic Makowiecki.Their names are absent from car, however, which instead features Sonny Hayes (which is Pitt’s character in the movie), C Kelso and longtime Porsche ...Keep reading

Read more: Brad Pitt F1 film hits Daytona 24 Hours, Bruckheimer named Grand Marshal - Autosport.com - IMSA - Stories

Brad Pitt F1 film hits Daytona 24 Hours, Bruckheimer named Grand Marshal - Motorsport.com - IMSA - Stories

Filming at Daytona will revolve around the 992-shape #120 Porsche 911 GT3 R entered by fictional team Chip Hart Racing – which is run in real life by Wright Motorsports for Adam Adelson, Elliott Skeer, Jan Haylen and Frederic Makowiecki.Their names are absent from car, however, which instead features Sonny Hayes (which is Pitt’s character in the movie), C Kelso and longtime Porsche ...Keep reading

Read more: Brad Pitt F1 film hits Daytona 24 Hours, Bruckheimer named Grand Marshal - Motorsport.com - IMSA - Stories

Driver killed in violent car crash at Miami F1 track - Motorsport.com

Florida Highway Patrol confirmed that the driver died when he was ejected from a grey Dodge coupe at 1:45pm local time on the southbound off-ramp of the Florida Turnpike that leads to Northwest 199th Street.His car slammed into a wall of the bridge and then appeared to have somersaulted over the barrier and off the flyover, ploughing down multiple palm trees, before landing on the F1 track ...Keep reading

Read more: Driver killed in violent car crash at Miami F1 track - Motorsport.com

Who are F1's biggest track limits offenders - and where are the top trouble spots? | Formula 1 - RaceFans

Track limits were again one of the biggest talking points of the 2023 season. But who were the biggest offenders and the most difficult corners?

Read more: Who are F1's biggest track limits offenders - and where are the top trouble spots? | Formula 1 - RaceFans

Thursday, January 18, 2024

Wednesday, January 17, 2024

F1 "remains an interesting racing series" for Porsche | RaceFans Round-up - RaceFans

In the round-up: F1 "remains an interesting racing series" for Porsche • BMW confirms WEC squads • Williams and Haas announce new juniors

Read more: F1 "remains an interesting racing series" for Porsche | RaceFans Round-up - RaceFans

Only two F1 teams have kept the same bosses over the last two years | Formula 1 - RaceFans

While two teams have had the same principals for a decade, the other eight have all seen changes at the top in the last two years - some more than once.

Read more: Only two F1 teams have kept the same bosses over the last two years | Formula 1 - RaceFans

McLaren unveils 2024 colour scheme on old car - F1technical.net

McLaren have become the first F1 team to reveal their new colour scheme for the 2024 season, albeit the Woking-based outfit unveiled the new livery on their 2023 F1 car.

Read more: McLaren unveils 2024 colour scheme on old car - F1technical.net

Sunday, January 14, 2024

Mercedes' £30m Brackley factory expansion approved by council | RaceFans Round-up - RaceFans

In the round-up: Mercedes' Brackley expansion approved • Alpine management 'not committed enough' - Fry • Lindblad, Barnard claim FRMEC wins

Read more: Mercedes' £30m Brackley factory expansion approved by council | RaceFans Round-up - RaceFans

Aston: Speaking "truth" the only way to handle Alonso/Stroll - Motorsport.com

The Silverstone-based squad knew it would be more in the spotlight throughout 2023 following the signing of two-time world champion Alonso to race alongside Stroll. And while it was well aware of the potential for difficulties with Alonso being so demanding of the teams he races for, the squad had no doubts about the way it needed to manage things. Team principal Mike Krack explained that, ahead ...Keep reading

Read more: Aston: Speaking "truth" the only way to handle Alonso/Stroll - Motorsport.com

Saturday, January 13, 2024

Steiner - Not getting to thank team before departing Haas "stung" | RaceFans Round-up - RaceFans

In the round-up: Steiner sad not to bid farewell to Haas team • Barnard dominates FRMEC opener • F1 promotes new CCO

Read more: Steiner - Not getting to thank team before departing Haas "stung" | RaceFans Round-up - RaceFans

Wehrlein wins season opener in Mexico but investigation threatens victory | Formula E - RaceFans

Porsche driver Pascal Wehrlein won the first Formula E race of the season in Mexico City, but his win is under threat of a possible penalty.

Read more: Wehrlein wins season opener in Mexico but investigation threatens victory | Formula E - RaceFans

Herta’s F1 chance “very time sensitive” besides Andretti shot - Autosport.com - Formula 1 - Stories

The FIA gave Andretti’s new project the official go-ahead in October, subject to the team agreeing commercial terms with the F1 organisation and its CEO Stefano Domenicali, which is still pending.Herta, who turns 24 in March, has won seven IndyCar races in his career – effectively all with Andretti Autosport, which supported Herta’s rookie year with Harding Steinbrenner Racing when he ...Keep reading

Read more: Herta’s F1 chance “very time sensitive” besides Andretti shot - Autosport.com - Formula 1 - Stories

Stella opens up on 'honest' McLaren F1 approach - Motorsport.com

Stella took over from the Audi-bound Andreas Seidl at the start of 2023 and was praised for steering the team in a different direction, implementing an overhauled technical structure in Woking while also proving to be a candid figurehead for the team towards the general public and the press.Once it became clear McLaren had completely missed its launch targets for 2023, Stella was quick to explain ...Keep reading

Read more: Stella opens up on 'honest' McLaren F1 approach - Motorsport.com

Friday, January 12, 2024

Irvine expects Hamilton will not capture record eighth title | RaceFans Round-up - RaceFans

In the round-up: Irvine doubts Hamilton can eighth title • Hughes quickest, then crashes • Racing with Verstappen would be "amazing" - Goethe

Read more: Irvine expects Hamilton will not capture record eighth title | RaceFans Round-up - RaceFans

Red Bull: Copying alone not enough to help rivals catch up in F1 - Autosport.com - Formula 1 - Stories

In the wake of Red Bull’s total domination of F1 in 2023, it is anticipated that its competitors will converge on the concept that the Milton Keynes-based team has put to such good use since the latest ground effect era started. That should, in theory, help deliver a much closer battle throughout the 2024 season with much of its main opposition having gone the wrong way with their car designs ...Keep reading

Read more: Red Bull: Copying alone not enough to help rivals catch up in F1 - Autosport.com - Formula 1 - Stories

Palou and Herta admit their F1 hopes appear to be over | Formula 1 - RaceFans

Two IndyCar drivers previously tipped as potential candidates for Formula 1 drives have admitted their chances of entering the series have faded.

Read more: Palou and Herta admit their F1 hopes appear to be over | Formula 1 - RaceFans

Thursday, January 11, 2024

Komatsu has "a huge challenge in front of him" at Haas - Grosjean | RaceFans Round-up - RaceFans

In the round-up: Komatsu faces "huge challenge" - Grosjean • F1 has many pay drivers unlike Formula E - Dennis • Mahindra drop AI 'ambassador'

Read more: Komatsu has "a huge challenge in front of him" at Haas - Grosjean | RaceFans Round-up - RaceFans

Not just another team boss exit: Steiner's cult status transcended F1 - SkySports F1

He may have always insisted he had never actually watched an episode of Drive to Survive himself, but the cult following Guenther Steiner gained from his forthright and famously foul-mouthed appearances in Netflix's docuseries turned one F1's most affable team bosses into one of its most popular.

Read more: Not just another team boss exit: Steiner's cult status transcended F1 - SkySports F1

Wednesday, January 10, 2024

Analysis: Things we learned from the 2023 F1 season - F1technical.net

Although the 2024 Formula 1 season is just around the corner, F1Technical’s senior writer Balázs Szabó takes a look back at the last year’s championship, picking up some key facts, stats and trivia.

Read more: Analysis: Things we learned from the 2023 F1 season - F1technical.net

Guenther Steiner and Simone Resta leave Haas as Ayao Komatsu takes team principal role - F1technical.net

MoneyGram Haas F1 Team has appointed Ayao Komatsu as its new Team Principal with Guenther Steiner departing the organization with immediate effect, having led its operations for the past decade.

Read more: Guenther Steiner and Simone Resta leave Haas as Ayao Komatsu takes team principal role - F1technical.net

Tuesday, January 9, 2024

Button tips Red Bull's most likely challenger and talks 'hungry' Hamilton - SkySports F1

Jenson Button believes Mercedes remain the team most likely to take the fight to Red Bull in the new Formula 1 season.

Read more: Button tips Red Bull's most likely challenger and talks 'hungry' Hamilton - SkySports F1

'Wrong' to think we could do better than Newey and Wache, says new RB boss | RaceFans Round-up - RaceFans

In the round-up: Red Bull junior team's design approach was 'wrong' • Carlin becomes Rodin • Noda joins Super Formula

Read more: 'Wrong' to think we could do better than Newey and Wache, says new RB boss | RaceFans Round-up - RaceFans

Foyt complete 2024 squad by confirming Ferrucci for second season | IndyCar - RaceFans

Santino Ferrucci will spend a second season driving for AJ Foyt's IndyCar team in 2024.

Read more: Foyt complete 2024 squad by confirming Ferrucci for second season | IndyCar - RaceFans

Piastri: “No barriers” in Norris relationship essential for McLaren's F1 progress - Autosport.com - Formula 1 - Stories

McLaren missed its winter development targets and failed to score a point in the opening two rounds of the 2023 season. This came as rookie Piastri acclimatised to life in the championship.Piastri settled and found his form while the MCL60 was heavily upgraded. He then ultimately beat Norris to winning his first F1 race - with Piastri scoring victory in the Qatar Grand Prix sprint event.That ...Keep reading

Read more: Piastri: “No barriers” in Norris relationship essential for McLaren's F1 progress - Autosport.com - Formula 1 - Stories

Tech rewind: When Formula 1’s launch season turned ugly - Motorsport.com

But with the countdown now well underway to the unveiling of the 2024 cars, it is a good moment to reflect on that moment 10 years ago when F1’s regulations opened the door for perhaps the ugliest cars we had ever seen.It was the start of the much vaunted ‘hybrid’ engine era, where the introduction of the sport's most technologically advanced powertrain should have been the focal ...Keep reading

Read more: Tech rewind: When Formula 1’s launch season turned ugly - Motorsport.com

Sunday, January 7, 2024

F1 contracts: The 15 drivers entering final year of deals - SkySports F1

Ahead of the 2024 Formula 1 season, Sky Sports F1 detail how long each driver has left on their contract and analyse how their futures may play out.

Read more: F1 contracts: The 15 drivers entering final year of deals - SkySports F1

'Friction' between F1 and FOM 'sometimes healthy' - Ben Sulayem | RaceFans Round-up - RaceFans

In the round-up: 'Friction' between F1 and FOM 'healthy' - Ben Sulayem • Kvyat not giving up on return • De Vries "rational" about losing seat

Read more: 'Friction' between F1 and FOM 'sometimes healthy' - Ben Sulayem | RaceFans Round-up - RaceFans

Who are the oldest F1 drivers, world champions and winners? - Motorsport.com


Formula 1 has just a handful of drivers still living who competed in the early days of the sport.
 
The first-ever world championship was run in 1950, and Hermano da Silva Ramos – who first raced an F1 car in 1955 – is its oldest driver still alive at 98. Hans Herrmann, now 95, made his F1 debut two seasons earlier, in 1953.

With just two world champions over the age of 80 ...Keep reading

Read more: Who are the oldest F1 drivers, world champions and winners? - Motorsport.com

Newey: Verstappen's mental capacity similar to other true F1 greats - Motorsport.com

In winning the 2023 world championship, Verstappen joined a list of 10 other drivers to have won more than two titles. If Red Bull can maintain its position at the head of the pecking order until the current ruleset ends in 2026, Verstappen would theoretically have five titles – rarefied status in the elite world champions’ club, as only Juan Manuel Fangio, Lewis Hamilton and Michael ...Keep reading

Read more: Newey: Verstappen's mental capacity similar to other true F1 greats - Motorsport.com

Saturday, January 6, 2024

Haas have 'broken status quo' in search for performance - Magnussen | RaceFans Round-up - RaceFans

In the round-up: Haas have 'broken status quo' • Berger's convinced Red Bull of Lawson's talent • De Mevius beats Sainz Snr as Dakar begins

Read more: Haas have 'broken status quo' in search for performance - Magnussen | RaceFans Round-up - RaceFans

2024 F1 driver race numbers: Who uses what number and why? - Motorsport.com

The championship introduced this fixed race number concept in 2014 to increase the recognition of the drivers on the track for the fans. In previous years, the starting numbers were handed out based on the final ranking in the previous world championship standings.Now only the world champion for the new season can choose to change his number: he gets the offer to replace the permanent number with ...Keep reading

Read more: 2024 F1 driver race numbers: Who uses what number and why? - Motorsport.com

F1 car launches 2024: When teams will reveal new challengers - Motorsport.com

Excitement is building for the 2024 F1 season with car launch dates edging ever closer ahead of the Bahrain Grand Prix on 2 March.Over the coming weeks F1 teams will reveal the look of its 2024 chassis, meaning last season will shortly become a distant memory providing the opportunity for all 10 constructors to start again.That is much needed for some because 2023 proved disappointing for many ...Keep reading

Read more: F1 car launches 2024: When teams will reveal new challengers - Motorsport.com

Bottas targets early move on Audi F1 2026 drive - Motorsport.com

Audi is in the process of taking over Bottas’s current employer Sauber ahead of its long-awaited grand prix return in two years’ time. Until then, the Swiss squad will run under the Stake F1 Team moniker. Bottas, who moved from Mercedes to Sauber for 2022, is entering the final year of his contract. The team retained the 10-time GP winner for 2024 by activating a one-year extension ...Keep reading

Read more: Bottas targets early move on Audi F1 2026 drive - Motorsport.com

Friday, January 5, 2024

Growing F1 calendar "can't come at the price of human health" - Horner | RaceFans Round-up - RaceFans

In the round-up: F1 schedule "on the limit" - Horner • Cycling 'great' for my mental health - Bottas • Ferrari academy director tipped for RB

Read more: Growing F1 calendar "can't come at the price of human health" - Horner | RaceFans Round-up - RaceFans

What Mercedes’ W14 errors tell us about its 2024 F1 car changes - Motorsport.com

A new chassis, new front and rear suspension, new gearbox and honed aerodynamics and sidepods will be the most visual changes to its heavily revised challenger. In Formula 1, though, the devil is in the detail, and it will be in areas nigh on impossible to spot – like the underfloor, its aero platform concept and its ride height – where the biggest revolution will have taken place. For the ...Keep reading

Read more: What Mercedes’ W14 errors tell us about its 2024 F1 car changes - Motorsport.com

Thursday, January 4, 2024

Sainz wants 2024 Ferrari to be "easier to handle and set up" | RaceFans Round-up - RaceFans

In the round-up: Sainz wants "easier to handle" Ferrari • Wilson Fittipaldi in coma • GB3 champion Voisin steps up to F3

Read more: Sainz wants 2024 Ferrari to be "easier to handle and set up" | RaceFans Round-up - RaceFans

Aston Martin confirms 2024 F1 car launch date - F1technical.net

Aston Martin have become the latest team to reveal 2024 F1 car launch plans with the Silverstone-based squad set to take the covers off their AM24 two weeks before the pre-season testing.

Read more: Aston Martin confirms 2024 F1 car launch date - F1technical.net

Horner: Perez's Miami defeat a "big psychological blow" in F1 title race - Autosport.com - Formula 1 - Stories

Perez had arrived in Miami just six points back from Verstappen in the drivers’ standings and with a 2-2 record for GP race wins following his triumph in Jeddah and his Baku victory double in the first sprint weekend of the season.The Mexican driver’s chances of taking the lead in the standings were then greatly enhanced in the first of three 2023 races in the USA when Verstappen’s early Q3 ...Keep reading

Read more: Horner: Perez's Miami defeat a "big psychological blow" in F1 title race - Autosport.com - Formula 1 - Stories

Wednesday, January 3, 2024

Verstappen names McLaren duo as most promising F1 driver pairing | RaceFans Round-up - RaceFans

In the round-up: Verstappen names McLaren duo as most promising F1 driver pairing • Ferrari pass crash test as Red Bull fail first time • Wharton joins FREC after Ferrari exit

Read more: Verstappen names McLaren duo as most promising F1 driver pairing | RaceFans Round-up - RaceFans

2024 Ferrari F1 car will be "95%" new, claims Vasseur - Motorsport.com

Ferrari dropped a place to third in the 2023 constructors’ standings but did enjoy a notably strong end to the campaign thanks to a run of four podium finishes from the final five rounds.Drivers Carlos Sainz and Charles Leclerc struggled with the SF-23's unpredictable handling and poor tyre degradation that led to wildly fluctuating form from race to race.The car’s strengths laid in braking ...Keep reading

Read more: 2024 Ferrari F1 car will be "95%" new, claims Vasseur - Motorsport.com

Tuesday, January 2, 2024

Mercedes changing 'literally almost every component' for new car - Wolff | RaceFans Round-up - RaceFans

In the round-up: Mercedes changing 'every component' • FIA "pretty strict" on wind tunnel use • Austrian practice turning point for McLaren

Read more: Mercedes changing 'literally almost every component' for new car - Wolff | RaceFans Round-up - RaceFans

Russell: Mercedes' 2024 F1 car won't be as rushed as last year - Motorsport.com

Mercedes made a surprise call to continue with its ‘zeropod’ sidepod design and overall car concept first conceived in 2022’s recalcitrant W13 at the start of F1’s new ground-effect era, with the team mistakenly believing it could be made into a Red Bull challenger following Russell’s win ahead of team-mate Lewis Hamilton in the 2022 Sao Paulo Grand Prix.  But Mercedes swiftly moved to ...Keep reading

Read more: Russell: Mercedes' 2024 F1 car won't be as rushed as last year - Motorsport.com

Monday, January 1, 2024

With the knowledge I have now, I'd perform better at Red Bull - Albon | RaceFans Round-up - RaceFans

In the round-up: With the knowledge I have now, I'd perform better at Red Bull - Albon • Yarborough dies at 84 • Sainz "always close" to Leclerc

Read more: With the knowledge I have now, I'd perform better at Red Bull - Albon | RaceFans Round-up - RaceFans

Renamed Stake F1 team reveals new logo - Motorsport.com

The new identity was originally flagged in the FIA entry last month as Stake F1 Team Kick Sauber.That remains its official full identity – including the Kick Sauber chassis name – but the Swiss outfit will use the short version on a day-to-day basis.The team had to find a new name for the next two seasons after its contract with Alfa Romeo was not extended beyond 2023 ahead of the arrival of ...Keep reading

Read more: Renamed Stake F1 team reveals new logo - Motorsport.com