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Nissan has taken another big step in developing its NISMO division into a global performance brand, partnering with Williams – the company behind nine Formula 1 Constructors ‘ Championships. Continue Reading...
McLaren has announced that it’ll be bringing a trio of F1s to this year’s Goodwood Festival of Speed event, joining past and present Can-Ams that the British automaker revealed previously. Continue Reading...
Starting in the 2014 F1 season, Williams will source its engines from Mercedes’ AMG brand. Continue Reading...
Honda will return to the world of Formula One racing for the 2015 season in partnership with McLaren, which will source its engines from the Japanese company. Continue Reading...
Despite having a dumb name, the LaFerrari is nothing short of awe inspiring. Continue Reading...
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… Continue Reading...
Scuderia Ferrari, the brand’s racing division, is teasing its 2013 F1 race car today with a countdown. Continue Reading...
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. Continue Reading...
Back in June, Bernie Ecclestone seemed confident that the Grand Prix of America would not happen in 2013. Despite that, June 16, 2013 was announced as the date for the inaugural Grand Prix of America at Port Imperial. Turns out Ecclestone was right. Continue Reading...
In a surprising move, Formula One and Speed will be going their separate ways after this season, ending a 17-year relationship. Continue Reading...
Exiting the sport in 2008, Honda has reportedly resumed interest in the pinnacle of motorsports: Formula One. Continue Reading...
After a less-than-glorious return to the sport, seven-time Formula One world champion Michael Schumacher has announced his retirement from the pinnacle of motorsports. Continue Reading...
After spending his entire career driving for McLaren, Lewis Hamilton will now be behind the wheel for Mercedes Formula One starting next season. Hamilton will replace seven-time Formula One champ Michael Schumacher. Continue Reading...
After months of speculation on whether or not a deal could be done to make the Grand Prix of America at Port Imperial a reality, the date has been set for June 16th, 2013, and this time there’s no asterisk next to it. Continue Reading...
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. Continue Reading...
Would you rather see Tony Stewart drive a Chevrolet Astro van or a World War II tank? If you chose the tank then you’re in the majority, but that isn’t the last vehicle on the list. Continue Reading...
The Mclaren MP4-12C Spider debuted last week, and now the company has dropped the first video of the Spider out for a cruise. Continue Reading...
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. Continue Reading...
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. Continue Reading...
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. Continue Reading...
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. Continue Reading...
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. Continue Reading...
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? Continue Reading...