Testing has officially begun for the new 1.6T V6 engines being used in the 2014 Formula One race cars and you may be surprised by how they sound.
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NASCAR’s Gene Haas wants an American Formula One team despite skepticism from F1 president and CEO Bernie Ecclestone.
Things might not get better for Michael Schumacher who remains in a coma after a skiing accident last month.
Later this month British racing legend James Hunt will be one of four drivers getting inducted into the Motor Sport Hall of Fame.
Many automotive journalists think they can drive. Sure, some of them are able to deliver respectable lap times but quite a few believe they’re far more capable behind the wheel of a motor vehicle than they actually are.
F1 fans looking forward to watching some of the world’s best drivers whip around a 3.2-mile temporary road coarse in New Jersey will have to put their plans on hold.
The FIA just released its 2014 calendar, confirming that the schedule will include the first F1 race in the New York, New Jersey area.
Ever wonder what it takes to build a championship winning Formula 1 race car?
The on again, off again Formula 1 Grand Prix of America race is now cancelled according to F1 boss Bernie Ecclestone.
Formula 1 boss Bernie Ecclestone has been indicted in Germany on allegations of bribery.
Have you ever wondered what it’s like to be in a real Formula 1 race car? DXL SuperCar Driving Programs offers that and more.
Red Bull isn’t wasting time in finding Mark Webber’s replacement.
Starting in the 2014 F1 season, Williams will source its engines from Mercedes’ AMG brand.
Despite having a dumb name, the LaFerrari is nothing short of awe inspiring.
Few car companies are committed to all-out performance quite like McLaren. The boutique British brand is probably best known for its outrageous F1 supercar that set speed records in the 1990s. But the company is far from a one-hit wonder. Over the last decade and a half they’ve been active in racing, worked with other automakers like Mercedes-Benz to deliver some awe-inspiring vehicles and have even developed a successor to the F1 – the elegant looking but awkwardly named MP4-12C.
SEE ALSO: 2013 Geneva Motor Show Coverage
Pushing into the future, McLaren is set to reveal a new supercar at the Geneva Motor Show in just a few days, and believe it or not the P1 as it’s known is actually a hybrid. But don’t worry; it’ll still deliver absolutely crushing performance. Here are the Top 10 things you must know about this exciting new McLaren before it takes the stage next week.
Some small changes to the rules are coming to Formula 1 for the 2013 race season, changing up team curfews and how the drivers practice and qualify.