The White Zone: Shame on Formula 1 and the FIA

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Two laps? Was that really the best Formula 1 and the FIA could do? If so, they should be absolutely embarrassed by that farce they passed off for a “race.” In case you missed it, heavy rain red-flagged the Belgian Grand Prix at Circuit Spa-Francorchamps. It never relented, the field turned two laps behind the […] READ MORE


F1 cancels Monaco GP for 2020, delays new regulations

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First, the 2020 Monaco Grand Prix was only postponed, along with the Dutch GP and Spanish GP – F1’s fifth and sixth scheduled events of the year. Hours later, the FIA has announced the ultimate cancellation of the 2020 event that kicks off the greatest day in racing. F1 cancels Monaco GP for 2020, delays […] READ MORE


FIA To Introduce Mandatory Helmet Standards For Formula 1

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The FIA continues to implement safety measures to make motorsport championships safer. From the 2019 season onwards, Formula 1 drivers helmets will follow this mandatory helmet standard. FIA To Introduce Mandatory Helmet Standards For Formula 1 FIA safety director, Laurent Mekies, explained some details about the change. He said:“The current top-end helmets are already the […] READ MORE



FIA Formula E Gen2 Car Unveiled in Geneva

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FIA Formula E Gen2 car was unveiled to the public at the Geneva Motorshow in Geneva, Switzerland this week. The new car is for the 2018/19 Formula E season and has a striking new look. The car has progressed in both performance and efficiency since the first E-Prix four years ago. With almost twice the […] READ MORE


Carmen Jorda’s appointment causes controversy

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The appointment of former GP3 driver Carmen Jorda to the FIA’s Women in Motorsport Commission has been met with great controversy.  Jorda has expressed opinions regarding women racing separately from men and having a women’s only racing series in the past. The Spaniard’s appointment has led to a backlash from other female drivers across motorsport.  […] READ MORE


What the FIA Decision on Vettel Hearing Tells us

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Formula 1’s governing body, the FIA, has decided to not take any further action following Monday’s Sebastian Vettel hearing. The four-time champion’s penalty for hitting three-time champion and championship rival Lewis Hamilton during safety car conditions at the Azerbaijan Grand Prix remains no more than the 10 second stop and go he was awarded during […] READ MORE


FIA take no further action against Sebastian Vettel for Baku crash

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Sebastian Vettel will face no further action from the FIA for his collision with Lewis Hamilton at the Azerbaijan Grand Prix two weeks ago after the four time champion apologised for his actions. FIA take no further action against Sebastian Vettel for Baku crash Vettel and Ferrari team principal, Maurizio Arrivabene, met Jean Todt and other […] READ MORE