The motoring world lost a giant of a man this Easter Sunday.
Motorsports is adjusting to the times.
The FIA’s W Series, a grouping of single-seater events for women only, will extend its reach to the North American continent in 2020.
We live in a very contentious society. Even in racing circles, the rules appear to be valid when the sanctioning body says they’re valid. And, as always, they’re a moving target.
As the Formula One circus moves from Mexico to the USA this week, two of its racers are about to take an even more wild ride than usual on Circuit of the America’s road course.
Niki Lauda, the three-time Formula One World Drivers’ champion, who secured his titles in 1975, 1977 and 1984, has died at the age of 70.
January 3, 2019 marked Michael Schumacher’s 50th birthday.
Fernando Alonso, the recently retired two-time Formula 1 champion, was serious when he said his next goal in life is to achieve the triple crown of winning the F1 title, the Indy 500 and Le Mans.
Keke Rosberg was one of the last heroic drivers in Formula One: supremely fast, brave, and with a superhuman level of car control that could leave spectators shaking their heads as he flew by with all four wheels drifting.
If drivers can be divided into two schools, the hard-charger and the planner, Villeneuve occupies the former – and his aggressive, dramatic driving style lands him atop that pile in many eyes.