Category Archives: F1

Auto Added by WPeMatico

WEC – Three from Three for no8 Toyota; Ferrari Win at Silverstone

2018 6h of Silverstone – Race Report  The no8 Toyota Gazoo Racing TS050 Hybrid took the chequered flag at the end of a thrilling 6 Hours of Silverstone with Fernando Alonso, Sebastien Buemi and Kazuki Nakajima standing on the top step of the podium for the third time from three starts in 2018.  The Toyota trio celebrated by lifting the… Read more »

Fast off the track – Formula One’s official logistics company

F1 teams are desperate to find every possible performance gain on their cars while the sport’s logistics partner DHL pursues the same goal, albeit off the race track. https://www.f1technical.net/news/21796

SUNDAY CONVERSATION: Damon Hill on the significance of his maiden GP win

Twenty five years ago, a 32-year-old British driver made Formula 1 history in Hungary. That man was Damon Hill, who followed in his father Graham’s footsteps by winning a Grand Prix. So how did it feel to finally stand on the top step of the podium? And does he have any regrets? David Tremayne sat down with him to relive… Read more »

F1 silly season

      No Comments on F1 silly season

After Daniel Ricciardo dropped a bombshell on the F1 world at the start of the summer break and Alonso followed by announcing his intention to leave F1 at the end of the year, silly season has officially kicked off. So which seats are still up for grabs and who is available to fill them? https://www.f1technical.net/news/21790

THE ROOKIE: Brendon Hartley on epic 100-mile bike race

In the latest edition of the Toro Rosso driver’s vlog, Brendon Hartley reflects on his gruelling 100-mile mountain bike race in the Colorado mountains – and there was a familiar face alongside the Kiwi for what was a memorable summer break adventure…https://www.formula1.com/en/latest/features/2018/8/the-rookie–brendon-hartley-on-his-100-mile-mountain-bike-race-d.html

‘Stable’ Haas team key to strong Magnussen performance

Kevin Magnussen’s entry into Formula 1 was characterised by a series of false starts. But the Danish driver now feels that, with Haas, he’s in the right place to properly unlock his talent. https://www.formula1.com/en/latest/headlines/2018/8/_stable_-haas-team-key-to-strong-magnussen-performance.html

DRIVER MARKET: Who will fill the final seats on the 2019 grid?

Ricciardo, Alonso, Sainz – the last couple of weeks have been nothing short of stunning in the driver market. And it’s not over yet. Indeed, while Mercedes and Renault have confirmed their 2019 partnerships, there are still seats up for grabs almost everywhere else. So, who’s in the running to switch teams? We round up the latest rumours…https://www.formula1.com/en/latest/features/2018/8/driver-market–who-will-fill-the-final-seats-on-the-2019-grid-.html

VETTEL: Uncovering what makes the Ferrari star tick

For several years, Lewis Hamilton’s greatest threat came from within, in the form of Mercedes team mate Nico Rosberg. The Briton came out on top, winning two out of three titles. He made it three in four last year, but it was then that Ferrari and Sebastian Vettel emerged as the most potent force. This season, they’re closer, maybe even… Read more »

McLaren confirms Sainz to replace Alonso in 2019 F1

McLaren Racing today confirms that Carlos Sainz will race for the team in Formula 1 from the 2019 FIA Formula One World Championship. Carlos, 23, from Madrid, Spain, has signed a multi-year deal with the team, replacing Fernando Alonso. Carlos will enter his fifth season of Formula 1 when he joins the team as a McLaren driver in 2019. He… Read more »

Sainz signs multi-year deal with McLaren

      No Comments on Sainz signs multi-year deal with McLaren

Two days after Fernando Alonso announced he won’t be racing in Formula 1 next year, McLaren have confirmed Carlos Sainz as the two-time world champion’s replacement… https://www.formula1.com/en/latest/headlines/2018/8/sainz-signs-multi-year-deal-with-mclaren.html