As if the Renault ‘Crashgate’ saga couldn’t get any more scandalous/intriguing/bonkers, things have taken a huge turn today as the team boss and engineering bloke have ‘parted ways’ with the French outfit.
Ferrari have just sent out a mailshot asking their website users to vote on whether the Formula One Teams Association has made the right decision to organise a new championship next year, as an alternate to F1.
Overshadowing today’s practice sessions, the world of Formula 1 has gone crazy this morning, with the announcement by the Formula One Teams’ Association (FOTA) that its teams are going to leave F1 and set up their own series.
You remember at the end of last week all of the Formula 1 Teams’ Association (FOTA) members had signed up to race in F1 next year, and we breathed a sigh of relief? Well, it might not be quite that simple…
All of the Formula One Teams’ Association (FOTA) member teams – including Ferrari – have signed up to race in F1 next year, as long as a new Concorde Agreement is signed by everyone involved come June 12.
He’s won in rallying, he’s won in GTs, he’s won in the Race of Champions and at Pikes Peak, now Sébastien Loeb is a winner in World Touring Cars, taking the new Citroen C Elysée to a debut win in the FIA’s global tin-top series.
Formula Mercedes put on a pretty good show on Saturday afternoon in what must surely now rank as the strangest venue at which F1 cars have ever performed. Nico Rosberg — annihilated a week ago — managed to throw the pressure right back at teammate Lewis Hamilton and will start tomorrow’s Bahrain GP on pole, […]