A look at seven men who will almost certainly be amongst the favourites to take the 2016 GP2 series title, succeeding Stoffel Vandoorne. READ MORE
Pirelli vs Michelin: Who Should Supply Formula One?
Since 2007, Formula One has had one tyre supplier support the entire grid. From 2007 through until the end of 2011 it was Bridgestone, since 2011 the sport has had Pirelli. In the Bridgestone era the supplier was often criticised for not giving a tyre that degraded quickly enough to provide close racing. While the debate […] READ MORE
Does Formula One Need More Equality?
Equalisation and parity are words not often associated with Formula One, this series is about who can develop the best car and pit it against the opponents who dare try to beat them. Does Formula One Need More Equality? Other racing series use specifically equalised parts, namely the chassis and ECU’s. Indycar, NASCAR, Renault World […] READ MORE
Is Formula One’s Future Driving Talent Safe?
With enough being labelled as 'pay drivers' is Formula One's future driving talent safe? No man or woman can make it in any sport without financial backing. READ MORE
A Big Year for British Motorsport: Britain's Three Open Wheel Champions
On Sunday evening in the humid oasis of Abu Dhabi, Lewis Hamilton capped off a triumphant year for British open wheel racing: for the first time ever, the GP3, GP2 and Formula 1 champions have all heralded from the United Kingdom. The successes of Alex Lynn, Jolyon Palmer and now Hamilton reflect the depth of […] READ MORE
Palmer, Nasr and Vandoorne to Fight for 2014 GP2 Series Crown
Four races remain in this season’s superb GP2 series which has been primarily a fight between former team mates Jolyon Palmer and Felipe Nasr. In recent races, Stoffel Vandoorne has thrown his name into the hat as well. 96 points remain available across the final four races, two at the brand new Sochi Autodrom and […] READ MORE
Nelson Piquet Jr. to return to single seat racing?
Former Formula 1 driver Nelson Piquet Jr returned to single seat cars last week when testing for China Racing in the latest Formula E pre-season test. Piquet, 28, is currently competing in the Global Rallycross Championship, which he is leading. China Racing recently tested with Belgium born driver Jerome d’Ambrosio before he signed with rivals Dragon […] READ MORE
Alexander Rossi Replaced Amidst Caterham Cutbacks
New team manager Collin Kolles (former HRT) warned of cutbacks for both the F1 team and its other ventures including their Gp2 team which sees Rio Harryanto and Alexander Rossi race for them. American born Rossi has participated in Gp2 for the Caterham backed team since 2011 and has participated in selected practice sessions for […] READ MORE
First Formula E Test Complete
The first official pre-season FIA Formula E test has been and gone with all 20 cars having taken to the Donnington Circuit in the UK. Before the test took place, a showcase event occurred in London with several driver announcements made including Sebastien Buemi and Nico Prost being confirmed at E.Dams Renault, Antonio Felix da Costa […] READ MORE
The Co$t of Winning – Monaco & F1’s Hypocrisy
Cost Cap; DRS; ERS; V6 engines; standardised units; customer cars; testing restrictions. All terms which have been bandied about the Formula 1 paddock over the past few seasons and some have been implemented all in the name of a more cost friendly and greener F1. However it is a facade and PR exercise aimed at […] READ MORE