The new design specifications of the cars were always going to be among the significant stories of the 2022 Formula 1 season, but few could have imagined just how big a story it would be.
While others cheer on their favourite individual drivers whoever they race for, the Tifosi will be cheering for the Scuderi.
While the big name manufacturers tend to stay the same and the drivers most likely to do well are easy to predict, the most notable changes usually come with the cars themselves.
If ever there was a year in which Formula 1’s masters of precision engineering were going to be tested to the limit, this is it. With new spending limits on…
Motorsport innovation can be seen everywhere, except in some of the worst cars the world of motorsport has ever seen.
Racing fully electric SUVs was until recently seen as a niche sport for hardcore enthusiasts only, but it is set to become mainstream very quickly, according to Autocar.
One of the most fascinating aspects of Formula One as well as other motorsport disciplines is the sheer scale of its evolution and the change in the technology and terminology used to discuss it.
California-based Jobs Aviation has announced that it has registered what it believes is the fastest eVTOL test flight in history,
British manufacturer Aston Martin has confirmed that the new AMR22 car is to be unveiled at a launch event on 10 February from the firm’s headquarters in Gaydon, Warwickshire.
A fascinating F! story revolves around the teams that ultimately failed to make the grid, despite plans and even development on cars, with their stories often having a rather interesting impact on F1 as a whole.