Formula 1 is changing its engine formula (get it?) for 2021, with louder engines, more driver involvement, and lower costs aiming to attract new fans!
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Red Bull has just announced a new title sponsorship tie-up with Aston Martin, and I think it’s a prelude to a branded engine deal with Mercedes-Benz. Find out why, here …
Penske Racing returns to top-level endurance racing with Honda and the new Acura ARX-05 prototype racer and Juan Pablo Montoya!
What is the Difference Between Gas and Diesel Engines? You can find the answer to that little-known question in this instructional video!
By changing the shape of its trucks’ pistons, the New Volvo Wave Piston boosts Diesel Power while increasing MPG and cutting emissions.
Ford is winning industry accolades with its advanced aluminum engines, but you have no idea how advanced they are until you’ve seen this!
Despite the trouble other manufacturers are having with diesel emissions, Mercedes is ready to double down on the tech with a 3 billion dollar investment.
The Formula 1 engine rules were broken by a desire to reduce costs. Could free’d up spending limits be the sport’s cure-all?
The current turbocharged V6 engine formula in F1 may have its fans in tech-geek and green car circles, but many longtime Formula 1 fans have lamented the loss of the high-rpm wail of the V8 and V10 era of the sport. The announcement this week that the V6 would live on- at least until 2020– […]
After more than a year of seemingly endless complaining, threatened lawsuits, and a push from on high to bring new, less-expensive engines into the sport, Formula 1 seems set to stick with the current turbocharged V6 engine formula until at least 2020. Honda F1 Power Unit The main goal of the newest agreement- set […]
While the final shape that the next generation of Formula 1 engines remains to be seen, it seems like the hybrid component of the cars is here to stay. That could be a good thing for the fans as well as the activists- because some of the electric technology being developed in Formula E could […]
Formula 1 is in crisis, but 2017 could be the year it returns to its glory days of wide cars and brave, daring drivers. These changes will make it happen.
After the 2015 season finale in the desert, Red Bull principal made some comments that some believe mark the birth of an all-new, Nissan powered F1 effort.
Formula 1 hybrid drivetrains have created complicated, technologically advanced racers, but at a cost – literally! Ilmor and AER may be a solution.
Navigant Research predicts that by 2017, less than half of all cars sold will be conventional cars powered by a simple gasoline engine.
Sebastien Vettel shocked the Formula 1 world at Suzuka, Japan by announcing he is leaving Red Bull at the end of 2014 with the hope of joining Ferrari.