The wetter the better at Monaco, where the unusually tight circuit usually leads to a limited number of moves when dry. Lewis Hamilton had the experience to know that the track can’t stay wet forever and had his rubber ready. The younger Australian, Daniel Ricciardo, wasn’t quite so lucky.
Another weekend, another (ahem) racing incident from Daniil Kvyat. Danny baby, please. Lay off the red mist. Stop bumping Kevin Magnussen around. You’re both in Formula One cars, dude. That’s just not going to work.
Formula One technical chiefs have selected the “halo” concept to implement in 2017, per the BBC. The halo, along with the “aeroscreen” device suggested by Red Bull, is meant to improve driver head protection in the car. Ultimately, the halo was selected as it was believed to be the more ready of the two options.
A silver Mercedes may win the Formula One Monaco Grand Prix, and it’s not the car of Nico Rosberg or Lewis Hamilton. Go, Safety Car, go! The race was so wet, it took seven laps before Race Control went to green, and shortly afterwards, Jolyon Palmer’s Renault slid right into a barrier.
In celebration of Memorial Day weekend, Amazon’s running a massive one-day sale on Calvin Klein apparel today.
Homemade cold brew, multiple Eneloop Power Packs to choose from, and hammocks and beach chairs are just the start of today’s best deals.
A crash at Saturday’s Pirelli World Challenge race at Lime Rock Park in Connecticut sent two drivers to the hospital, one of whom suffered a head injury, according to news reports.
It’s notoriously difficult to get in and out of Indianapolis Motor Speedway. Traffic will be so bad for this weekend’s sold-out race, you might as well camp out. Since you’re not driving anyway, why not have a beer—or ten? Join us as we roam Indy’s campgrounds in search of the party.
What does Daniel Ricciardo credit for his first-ever pole position at the Formula One Monaco Grand Prix and Red Bull’s first pole since 2013? Balls. Big Australian balls, to be exact.
In March, the Toyota Research Institute bought up Cambridge-based startup Jaybridge Robotics, and according to Tech Insider, they may be expanding with another famous Massachusetts company: Google’s Boston Dynamics, the maker of the Big Dog and Atlas robots.
One of the biggest driving forces in the used car market, especially for cars that appreciate in value, is nostalgia. That rose-colored feeling that paints every automotive wonder as an impossibly high standard is what makes gems like the Toyota Supra and Acura NSX valuable today, and therein lies your challenge. You…
Can you blame anyone for not wanting to race in this?
Several years ago, Mazda had us all under the impression that a diesel version of the Mazda 6 would be on American streets by summer of 2013. It didn’t happen. But, even after delay upon delay for its U.S. diesel efforts, the automaker reportedly still wants to go through with the idea for two of its vehicles.
Everything you’ve ever wanted to know about how IndyCar racing works behind the scenes is about to be revealed to you. Get excited.
Today’s Indy cars look drastically different than those that ran in the first Indianapolis 500 in 1911, and that has a lot to do with the series’ aerodynamic advancements. The Verizon IndyCar Series has a video showing just how much slipperier cars have become throughout the decades, and take this as a warning: nerdy…
When people mention James Hinchcliffe’s life-threatening Indianapolis 500 practice accident one year ago, they often gloss over all of the gory details. Not Hinch himself, though. His recap of the accident—which he doesn’t remember, thanks to a concussion—and his recovery on The Players’ Tribune is a must-read.
Everyone knows it’s the 100th running of the Indianapolis 500, but how are teams preparing for it? What do teams bring with them? How do they set up their car, and their work space? Join us for a walk through live now as we head into Chip Ganassi Racing Team’s haulers here at Indianapolis Motor Speedway.
Indianapolis Motor Speedway certainly knows how to wake everybody up in the morning. “Legends Day” started off with historic race car laps, and my goodness, these things are fantastic. IMS may be known for its museum, but nothing beats seeing and hearing historic cars in action.