The Grand Prix Masters - featuring some legendary single-seater drivers in equal cars - was a racing series that was destined for massive success but then ultimately went down the drain as most of the start-up initiatives in the motor racing community. Here’s the story of it all from those involved.
If you ever want to introduce motorsports to a person not interested in high-octane entertainment, the 1994 Indianapolis 500 is the race to do it. Conquest, tears, divorce, fuel. All in one package.
No one has ever achieved the feat of being Formula One World Champion AND IndyCar Champion at the same time, except one man - Nigel Mansell. And here’s how he did it.
Nigel Mansell is a man who is a former Formula One driver, so he should know a thing or two about ridiculous regulations. That being said, he things the new regulations for 2014 are completely nuts, as they are discriminatory. Because they discriminate against the "large."
The silly theory that the beauty of a race car correlates with its performance on track is sometimes true—witness the McLaren MP4/4—but is also often not true. Mercedes’s rather pretty 2011 F1 car, the MGP W02, has not reached the podium in nine races, and even a lone race win for them this season would require 1996…
Did you just win a Grand Prix and witness your rival run out of fuel? Since Formula One cars come with aerodynamic sidepods, it’s easy to do the decent and brotherly thing: drive up and give a lift.
On Sunday afternoon, the 24 Hours of Le Mans endurance challenge wrapped up for the 78th time. Barely half the field finished the race, which broke the distance record and produced high drama. WARNING: SPOILERS!
What's the deal with the British? When will they learn to speak proper English? Can't the headline just explain that Jenson Button will finally win his first race instead of talking about waterfowl? Anyway, Nigel Mansell, fourth place on the all-time Formula One wins chart and the only man to
win hold both the F1…