Like anything else, Formula One has changed quite a bit over the last 42 years. Although the rules and regulations of modern F1 can make race fans long for the days past, it's amazing to see the chaos that surrounded the early days of F1 racing.
We’re back! After a four-week summer break, Formula One has returned to Spa-Francorchamps. And it was overtake city, crazy qualifying and terribly gorgeous drives. Warning: spoilers.
The United States Grand Prix organizers announced seconds ago that the new racing facility will be called the "Circuit of the Americas" or COTA for short, not to be confused with Austin-based funk band "Conceivers of the Albatross."
Before Steve Millen, winner of the 1994 24 Hours of Daytona, could compete in this weekend's Toyota Pro/Celebrity Race, he had to attend a beginner's driving school. Here's a first-hand account he wrote exclusively for us. —Ed.
This video of Williams F1 driver Nico Rosberg practicing for the Singapore Grand Prix's street circuit on the simulator is about as close as anybody will get to driving the track until the cars actually get on track this weekend. Since it is the first ever night race for Formula One, that means the action will start…