Originally developed for architectural photography, tilting and shifting lenses are much more than gadgets for turning cars into toys. Professionals even use them to document the ins and outs of Formula One. Mega-sized gallery below.
Published hours before his team became one of only two to enter next year’s world championship, Brad Spurgeon’s interview with the F1 veteran is a touching portrait of a man who lives and breathes racing.
If Max Mosley gets his way with F1 budget caps, this is what next season’s Brawn may look like. And as for the 2010 Ferrari, look below.
Our twitter live-blog of the 2009 Turkish Grand Prix was a complete success. If you were checking it out this weekend, you already know what happened. If you didn't, hit the jump for the spoilers and a crude crayon drawing.
We will be live-tweeting (yes, that's right live-tweeting) this Sunday’s F1 race at 8 AM EST — follow along here for the fun. Heck, you can even root against Button if you wish.
A fascinating profile of Brawn GP’s main man from 2001 reveals a ruthless drive for team victory—and a dislike for the kind of public bickering his driver Barrichello has just done.
Whispers of team orders clouds a brainy race in Barcelona, where most of the action happened in the pits and in the tactical computers. Warning: spoilers below.
Lewis Hamilton was just disqualified from his third-place finish in the Australian GP for giving false statements to race stewards regarding a pass under safety car conditions. We dissect the whole mess below.