So with 2018 gone another championship won and lost. With 2019 testing now just 45 days away I take a look at what the upcoming […]
After 21 epic races and the crowning of a British five-time World Champion, Formula One brought the curtain down on 2018 in Abu Dhabi last weekend.
Racing Point Force India have announced Lance Stroll as their second driver for 2019.
Williams have announced Robert Kubica as their second driver for 2019, as the Pole makes his long awaited return after an eight year absence.
Sergio Perez has signed an extension which will see him remain with Racing Point Force India for a sixth season as part of 2019 Formula One season.
Roundup from 2018 Russian Grand Prix weekend as Formula One made the 4,863 mile trip from Singapore’s Marina Bay to Sochi Autodrom, Russia.
After collecting a shock win in Singapore, Lewis Hamilton is closing in on his fifth title as Formula One touches down in Sochi for 2018 Russian Grand Prix.
Sauber have announced that Antonio Giovinazzi will partner Kimi Raikkonen for the 2019 Formula One season.
With 2018 Singapore Grand Prix weekend now over, lessons will have been learned as Formula One now enter the home run.
With the European leg complete, Formula One heads to Marina Bay, Singapore for the 2018 Singapore Grand Prix.
Formula One made the 792.8km trip from Spa Francorchamps to Monza, otherwise known as the ‘Temple of Speed’ for this year’s Italian Grand Prix.
This is Ferrari’s home race so will it be celebrazioni domestiche or miseria for the Prancing Horse in front of their home crowd?
Review of the 2018 Formula One Belgian Grand Prix.
FIA have approved Racing Point Force India entry into Formula One following Racing Point UK Limited acquisition of Force India Formula One Team.
With the summer break over, Formula One returns to action at the legendary Spa Francorchamps circuit for the 2018 Belgian Grand Prix.