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The Great Debate Over What Formula 1 Should Be

As time moves onward and governments clamp down on combating climate change the debate over the Formula of Formula 1 will become more divisive as the manufacturers tied to the sport each clamor for different things. Let’s break down the debate so we as fans can start to agree on what we want from the future Formula 1. » 7/23/15 9:04am 7/23/15 9:04am

Formula One Adds Race In Azerbaijan, Simplifies Grid Penalties

The FIA World Motor Sport Council decided on many issues related to racing all over the world today, but all eyes were on Formula One. Today, they not only approved many of the F1 Strategy Group’s proposed changes, but they released the 2016 race calendar. Welcome back, Germany, and say hello to Baku. » 7/10/15 7:00pm 7/10/15 7:00pm

Watch This Electric Race Car Tear It Up With Its Superfast RC Twin

Qualcomm wants to bring wireless charging to Formula E electric race cars, and probably your plug-in Prius some day too. To test the tech they’re using a tiny RC version and, naturally, racing it against the real thing. So that’s how you make recharging a battery look exciting. » 6/30/15 6:00pm 6/30/15 6:00pm

Formula E CEO Wants To Let Fans Vote For Power Boosts During Races

There's no doubt that Formula E is producing some great racing this season with six different winners in six races. Now Formula E CEO Alejandro Agag wants to tweak it a bit to add more fan involvement by letting fans vote for FanBoosts during the first ten minutes of the race. » 4/07/15 3:42pm 4/07/15 3:42pm

I Drank The Fuel That Powers Formula E

Here's another surprise from my experience in a Formula E car: the electric racers don't charge using power from the grid. Juice is supplied by a generator, but it's not running gas or diesel or some kind of synthesized alien blood. It's using a pollution-free, non-toxic glycerine. I drank some and wasn't bent over a… » 3/14/15 1:48pm 3/14/15 1:48pm

You Can See The Future From The Cockpit Of This All-Electric Race Car

The formula for Formula racing hasn't really evolved. F1 continues to be a 200-MPH soap opera and only die-hards pay attention to the feeder series below it. Formula E offers something different. It's close-quarter racing brimming with cutting-edge technology that, for the first time in decades, is not only… » 3/13/15 12:32pm 3/13/15 12:32pm