Formula One has always been a place of innovation and the leader of vehicle technology, but with global warming becoming an ever more present worry, is this the beginning of the end for F1?
Formula One is currently midway through its winter break but NASCAR are preparing for a new season which commences in a few weeks time, so how similar are F1 and NASCAR?
Ahead of the new season which marks the first F1 campaign of the new decade, let take a look at the best and worst looking cars from last decade.
With another decade now drawing to a close, it is time to reflect on another thrilling season of Formula One racing and pick out five of the best races over the last ten seasons.
In this week’s Throwback Thursday, we rewind back to the 2008 Brazilian Grand Prix, as Lewis Hamilton returns to Interlagos as a six time champion 11 years after sealing his first F1 title around this track.
This weekend sees F1 head to Mexico for the Mexican Grand Prix so in our inaugural Throwback Thursday, let rewind to 1989.
As Lewis Hamilton and Mercedes closed in on a sixth driver and constructor title, Formula One headed to Suzuka, Japan for the 2019 Japanese Grand Prix.
Formula One kicked off the final third of the 2019 season this weekend as Ferrari headed to Singapore with excellent momentum, whilst Lewis Hamilton is still set for a sixth world title.
Welcome to Part Two of a special piece looking at Formula One from a live perspective, and we are continuing from where the first part finished, so if yet to read Part One then please click here.
Formula One is such an expensive hobby that people rarely get a chance to see it live and luckily I have attended last weekend’s Italian Grand Prix, so am going to share with you what F1 is like from a live perspective.
After the thrills and spills of Silverstone, Formula One headed to Hockenheim for the 2019 German Grand Prix which certainly delivered an all-time classic.
After a dramatic French Grand Prix weekend dominated by tyre wear and hot weather, here I round up how each team fared in my French GP review.
So once again we arrive here in the Principality for Formula One’s jewel event – Monaco Grand Prix.
This weekend saw Formula One head to Barcelona for the 2019 Spanish Grand Prix as Mercedes aimed to extend their dominance in what was a key weekend in the season.