Sauber’s Alfa Romeo-branded new car for 2019 turned heads when it hit the Fiorano circuit for a shakedown on Thursday. On display was not only
The Force India name is now officially gone from F1. The name began to fade over the past few years, amid Vijay Mallya and Subrata
Haas is stepping up its simulator programme for 2019. Until now, the small American team has used the Ferrari simulator at Maranello. But according to
Toro Rosso’s new car features many parts that were used on the 2018 Red Bull. With Ferrari moving closer to Sauber-Alfa Romeo and Haas buying
In what has been one of the most exciting and competitive Formula 1 seasons in a long time, the off-track stories have also been of
Liberty Media could be looking to shake up the grand prix weekend format. Auto Motor und Sport reports that a new ‘qualifying race’ could be
Renault Sport Racing and Jolyon Palmer have decided by mutual agreement to end their relationship following the Japanese Grand Prix on Sunday 8 October 2017.
A Toro Rosso sponsor says Daniil Kvyat could be back in the car in a month. The junior Red Bull team has announced that Kvyat