McLaren CEO says his team is near the breaking point with Honda as its engine partner after a promised upgrade failed to materialize in time for the Canadian grand prix this weekend.
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Formula One driver Fernando Alonso has opened up this week about why he wants to race at the Indy 500 this year instead of Monaco. His decision to switch series has created enormous fan interest leading up to next week’s race.
Motorsport.com has commissioned a 3D graphic depicting the race car Fernando Alonso will drive in the Indy 500 later this month. Click it to learn more about the details of the car.
The Spanish grand prix saw Mercedes increase its slim lead over Formula One rival Ferrari as Lewis Hamilton found a way to force his way past Sebastien Vettel for the lead and the race win.
Auto racing is having trouble finding people to watch. Is it becoming irrelevant in today’s highly fragmented world of digital entertainment choices?
Bernie Ecclestone has been kicked upstairs by Liberty Media, new owners of the commercial rights to Formula One.
Nico Rosberg is the 2016 Formula One world driving champion after a tough drive in the last race of the season at Abu Dhabi. But was his victory a gift from Red Bull Racing?
Bernie Ecclestone is at it again, proposing idiotic rules changes to “spice up the show.” He wants to have standing starts after every safety car period. If the sport would simply return to racing, there would be no need for such stupidity.
Australia’s Mark Webber has retired from motor racing after a long and successful career in Formula One and endurance racing. He was the consummate sportsman at all times and a credit to his country. He will be missed.
Britain’s Motorsports Valley would be a logical place for Tesla to build a new factory to make batteries or cars or both. The area is home to a highly skilled workforce and 9 Formula One teams.
In an interview with ESPN UK, Ross Brawn explains to reporter Jennie Gow what his role might or might not be within Formula One. His first objective, he says, would be to create a long term plan for the sport, something he says has never been done.
Liberty Media, which bought the commercial rights to Formula One earlier this year, has picked Ross Brawn to head the management of the sport.
IndyCar will debut new bodywork and aerodynamic package starting in 2018. The new package will look like cars from the days of CART and Champ Car racing.
A report in the Financial Times says Apple is considering investing in or possibly purchasing McLaren Technology Group, which operates a Formula One race team and has advanced skills in automotive production and high end data collection.
15 years after losing both legs in a horrific motor racing accident, Alex Zanardi has won his 4th gold medal in Paralympic competion in Rio racing a hand powered wheel chair.
Bernie Ecclestone says he will remain active in Formula One commercial rights management for another three years, dashing the hopes of many that the octogenarian would finally shuffle off into the sunset.
Germany’s Auto Motor und Sport is reporting that the commercial rights to Formula One have been sold to Liberty Media for $8.5 billion. Does that mean we don’t have to put up with Bernie Ecclestone any more? Not necessarily.
Lewis Hamilton stormed to pole position for tomorrow’s Italian grand prix at Monza, finishing nearly a full second ahead of the fastest Ferrari.
The Haas Formula One team will introduce a new double wave wing at Monza this weekend, and I will be there to see if it works. Stay tuned!
Championship leader Lewis Hamilton was slammed with a 55 spot grid penalty at Spa after his team changed most of the powertrain components in his car. The penalty will make it difficult for him to maintain his points lead.