Rumors are brewing that Mercedes is considering of pulling out of Formula One racing, but for now they’re little more than rumors.
Independence Day is already a month past, but the Red Bull Racing Team is still feeling plenty patriotic. Infiniti and the Red Bull Racing Team took its full-operating Formula 1 show car out to New York, where it did its own rendition of the Star-Spangled Banner.
New still photos of Ron Howard’s upcoming F1 movie, Rush, were just released as teasers for the film, which will debut in a little more than a year on September 20, 2013.
By waiving his usual sanctioning fee and offering to cover all the costs associated with hosting an F1 race at the Nurburgring, Bernie Ecclestone is offering a helping hand to the distraught racing complex — but there’s a catch.
With the British Grand Prix kicking off this weekend, Caterham Formula One drivers Heikki Kovalainen and Vitaly Petrov decided to flex their driving skills in conjunction with the Queen Park Rangers (QPR) football team.
The Batman franchise is getting together with Lotus at the this weekends British Grand Prix to promote the latest caped crusader movie- The Dark Knight Rises.
Never one to shy away from speaking his mind, the ever-contraversial Bernie Ecclestone believes a Formula One race would be “fantastic for London, good for England – a lot better than the Olympics.”
Recently, Sebastian Vettel put the new Grand Prix of America course to the test and came away unimpressed, saying that not much progress had been made on the track.
Ferrari’s President, Luca di Montezemolo, recently affirmed his support for the need to cut costs in Formula 1, inline with the FIA which has said essentially that drastic measures are required if the sport is to remain viable over the longer term.
Infiniti isn’t just leveraging its relationship with Red Bull Racing by utilizing Sebastian Vettel; the Japanese automaker teamed up with Red Bull Racing’s Mark Webber for another viral video. Prior to the 2012 Formula One Canadian Grand Prix, Webber gave Red Bull Air Force and skydiver Jon DeVore some driving tips on the track in…
Driving an Infiniti IPL G Coupe, F1 star Sebastian Vettel set tires smoking and caught some serious speed racing around the New Jersey roads that will mark the Grand Prix of America course in 2013.
With the Formula One Grand Prix in Montreal scheduled for the weekend, student protests that have been going on in the area for months threaten to disrupt the event — something Quebec-born racing champion Jacques Villeneuve isn’t taking lightly.
The highly anticipated Formula One United States Grand Prix will take place at the new Circuit of the Americas in Austin, Texas on November 16-18, 2012.
Ongoing student protests in Montreal, Canada are starting to impinge upon more than just the sleeping habits of the city’s residents, with organizers of the Canadian Grand Prix announcing the cancellation of festivities on the first day of the race weekend.
Fraught with delays and uncertainty, Texas’ latest race track, the Circuit of the Americas, is still under construction. Despite that, a digital version is ready to go, giving gamers the first crack at the new track.
If there’s one thing that probably beats being on the drug that is Charlie Sheen, it’s driving an F1 car. For better or worse, the average person has about as much of a shot at piloting one as they would at surviving Sheen’s devil-may-care cocaine habit.
Threats of protests threatening a Formula One race are nothing new in far away regions of the world like the Middle-East, but what about here in North America?
Have you heard the big news in Formula One? No, not that Mark Webber just won the Monaco Grand Prix, but that Red Bull has launched its ‘Racing Spy’ app, bringing plenty of Formula One goodness to your favorite Apple device.
After a two year break from Formula 1 racing to dabble in the World Rally Championship, Kimi Raikkonen recently returned, joining the Lotus F1 team this year and looking better than ever.
For decades now, McLaren has secretly stored all of its Formula One race cars and same production models at a warehouse simply called ‘Unit 2′ out in England. But now, the British automaker is sending out almost half of the cars held there for display at its dealerships around the world.
Barely two weeks on the job, Volkswagen‘s new motorsport director Jost Capito, has already ruled out Formula 1 at least for the foreseeable future.
The Williams F1 team’s victory celebration was cut short when its garage got engulfed in flames, a bizarre incident that occurred moments after the Spanish Grand Prix in Barcelona, Spain ended. The team had just captured its first victory in eight years when something in the garage sparked an explosion. Early speculation had it pointing…
Duncan Dayton also added that the cookie cutter nature of modern F1 cars is also partly to explain why the sport isn’t as visceral as it once was. “The romance has gone out of today’s F1 racing,” he said. “If you painted all the cars today the same color, you probably couldn’t tell the difference.”
Formula 1 is a lucrative career no matter how you place. It’s even more so if you’re a seven-time World Champion. In fact, according to a new list released by the Sunday Times, Michael Schumacher has earned a total of $823 million during his career that has stretched from the Benneton team back in 1991…