Formula 1 May Get an Autonomous Safety Car in the next few years in an effort to help manufacturers educate the public about the technology.
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Check out these 3 vides about the all-new Electric GT racing series and super-fast Tesla Model S P100D electric racing cars!
How do IndyCar racers stack up against Formula 1, Japanese Super Formula, World Endurance Cars, and other top-tier race cars? Find out here!
Formula 1 is shaking up its long-established tire rules in 2016 in a bid to improve the action and make the driver a bigger part of the equation on Sunday.
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?
“We have a very good normally-aspirated engine,” said Toyota driver Giniel de Villiers was forced to be content with third overall at Dakar 2016. “Our cars are reliable,” he said about his team’s ability overtake rivals who came into trouble, “but we just need to find a little more speed.” NA Toyota Tacoma Takes […]
In-race refueling was banned for the 2010 Formula 1 season, but is it time refueling makes a comeback for the good of the show?
The second season of all-electric, Formula E racing will see the plug-in racers visit the city of Paris for the first time. The 14-turn track will race around the Musee de la Armee in the historic Les Invalides district of the city, along with many of Paris’ most recognizable buildings. The Eiffel Tower will also […]
PRI 2015: there was some good green stuff to be found- you just had to go looking for it. And, as bad as that sounds, there could be a silver lining here.
The big news in Formula E today was the announcement that an all-new Jaguar team would be joining the field next season, with Williams calling the shots!
Bernie Ecclestone says that Formula One may be sold before the next season begins in March. The sport is valued at $8 billion. Bernie says he might buy it.
here was a lot of optimism for the series when it began its 2015 campaign, but I don’t think anyone foresaw this: Formula E is more popular than F1.
Starting next year, the regulations of Formula E will loosen up a bit, allowing each team to develop their own unique electric motors and drive trains.
Formula E was a glorified spec series in 2015, but the teams are set to start off 2016 with a bang thanks to new rules that allow real EV innovation!
Formula 1 and car design legend Gordon Murray has a lot to say about what might “fix” Formula 1, and he’s outlined it here.
Frank Williams hopes his revitalized F1 team can close the gap to Mercedes with its newly revealed Williams FW37 F1 challenger. What do you think?