Sebastian Vettel’s dominance is being powered by a clever post-‘exhaust blowing’ solution, a specialist Italian magazine claims. After the reigning world champion extended his 2013
Michelin may have been preparing for its possible return to formula one next year for some time. Rumours the French marque is in the running
Red Bull can win this year’s championship and also be ready for the enormous challenge of the radical 2014 rules. That is the claim of
Bernie Ecclestone has moved to play down reports Michelin could replace Pirelli as F1’s official tyre supplier next year. At the height of the new
Force India has stopped developing its 2013 car, German driver Adrian Sutil has revealed. The team was surprised this season to find itself in a
Giedo van der Garde, although tipped by some to leave formula one after a single season, could keep his career on the grid in 2014.
Michelin has confirmed it is poised to return to formula one. The sport’s existing tyre supplier, Pirelli, has said a 2014 tender at this late
Bernie Ecclestone has confirmed reports from Spa-Francorchamps this week that Michelin wants to return to formula one. “They do want to get back in,” the