Formula One racing mixes man with machine so much that both are essentially responsible for victory. That’s why F1 gives out awards to both drivers (F1 World Drivers’ Champions) and the constructors of the cars (F1 World Constructors’ Champions). The constructor is basically the automobile maker of the vehicle (think…
Are you a Ferrari racing nut? Do you bleed little prancing ponies? Well here's a gift for you — a graph of every Ferrari Formula One entry from 1950 through 2010 — 60 years of Ferrari racing evolution. [Publico (translated)]
The Supreme Court says you know pornography when you see it. When we saw the Ferrari F60 in person and experienced first-hand its ability to warp the universe around it while at rest, we realized it's absolutely pornography.
The oh-so-obvious welcome sign hanging outside the entrance to the AT&T Williams F1 Garage.
One of the finest joys of rural life is taking your beater truck or ATV out on the frozen lakes in the winter and acting the fool with little fear of reprisal. Now do that in an F1 car. Magnificent.
Here's a first look at the designed-from-the-ground-up car Lotus will return to F1 in next year.
Are you having a tough time this Christmas season picking out the perfect gift for that special someone that has everything? Well, instead of heading down to the local Neiman Marcus store, or even buying a mere skyscraper, Dubai’s crown prince bought the retired Michael Schumacher his own island.
Remember when that mechanic for BMW Sauber's F1 team got electrocuted after he touched their KERS-equipped (Kinetic Energy Recovery System) Formula One car? Now we've got video. True, it wasn't enough to kill the poor guy, but still a pretty rough day if you're that mechanic, right? No, there weren't any giant…
Following the Kinetic Energy Recovery System (KERS) shock received by a BMW/Sauber mechanic earlier this week, Autosport reports Toyota may not have their KERS system ready in time for the start of the 2009 season. Toyota F1 team president John Howett expressed concern about the new technology in an interview, saying…