British Mercedes pilot and Formula One podium frequent flyer Lewis Hamilton has won the 2017 Canadian Grand Prix, having run what looked like an incident-free race. He led the pack for all 70 laps. A giant carbon fiber maple leaf trophy will be on his mantle by the end of the weekend.
Bill Burr is a comedian who’s just getting into Formula One now, which is good for us because it means someone with the capability of actually being entertaining gets to explain F1 for once. And with the Chinese Grand Prix coming up this weekend, this is the best recap you’re going to get.
This is the 2017 season Renault R.S.17. On the face of things, it replaces the 2016 R.S.16, but in a way it’s finally a successor to a car that made its debut five years ago.
The Formula One traveling circus used up 42,792 tires in 2016, enough to fill up 10 Boeing 747-8 freighters. Track temperatures ranged from 51 degrees Fahrenheit up to 141 degrees. Vallteri Bottas topped out at 231 miles per hour, a new F1 record. Pirelli is once again providing the entire numbers, and they are…
Mercedes F1 racer Nico Rosberg is your 2016 Formula One Driver’s Champion. How did he get there? Inherent skills, supportive parents with deep pockets, and probably growing up with this garage full of kid-sized racing karts. This glimpse of Rosberg’s childhood will give you a clue as to why he’s so damn good at…
Formula One steering wheels today are ultra-complicated computerized controllers befitting their ultra-complicated cars. And Formula One steering wheels of half a century ago were super simple devices befitting their super simple cars. But the evolution between the two isn’t as straightforward as you’d expect.
Formula 1's triple world champion Lewis Hamilton had to apologize for being a human being today, after he Snapchatted through a pointless, boring, dull, boring press conference before this weekend’s upcoming race.
Alex Zanardi has repeated his 2012 Paralympic gold medal victory in the hand-cycling time trial today, just before the fifteenth anniversary of the horrific CART series racing crash that amputated both of his legs.
If, for some unholy reason, you weren’t too flummoxed by the amazing Aston Martin and Red Bull Formula One-inspired hypercar project with a one-to-one power-to-weight ratio, Mercedes-AMG is developing a F1-inspired hypercar project with a one-to-one power-to-weight ratio, too.
This here must be one of them 2.4 liter naturally aspirated V8 faucets, because it sure as hell sounds better than those modern whiny turbo V6 Formula 1 cars.
What is Daniel Ricciardo calling bullshit on?
Bernie Ecclestone’s mother-in-law Aparecida Schunck was rescued Sunday after being reportedly abducted at knife-point in Brazil for a ransom of $37.5 million. Police have arrested two of the kidnappers and have now reportedly detained a helicopter pilot close to Ecclestone.
Formula 1 boss Bernie Ecclestone’s mother-in-law has reportedly been kidnapped in Brazil and held for a ransom demand of roughly $36.5 million, according to Brazilian magazine Veja.
♫ When you’re here / There’s nothing I fear. ♫
This story is one of the strangest and most debatable in Ferrari’s history. It’s not clear if Ferrari was once about to dump Formula One in favor of America’s greatest race, or if the company was so petty that they built an entire car for a bluff.
Formula 1 is a strange sport, strange enough that the number of engines in the cars themselves could be a matter of debate.
This week on Top Gear, Chris Harris called the V12 engine the heart and soul of Ferrari. Listen to this engine and you will not disagree.
The unfiltered sound. The re-contextualized speed. The seagulls.
McLaren has been designing its Formula 1 racing efforts and sports cars using a virtual reality simulator, and now it’d like to think it could market this to the rest of the automotive industry. That doesn’t mean your next car will drive like a McLaren, though.