Romain Grosjean, the Formula One racer who has committed to a new career in the NTT IndyCar Series’ road and street course events in 2021 – and could take on ovals when he’s had the opportunity to sample them – left Formula one without being able to end his stay with the balance of the 2020 field.
As Patrick Skene Caling writes in Wheels on Fire (The Spectator, June 2020), “Formula One motor racing is the perennial, worldwide contest that most reliably gratifies hero-worshipping, power-worshipping, money-worshipping, technology-worshipping ghouls, and some others.”
As Women’s History Month begins today, Jamie Chadwick, the first 2019 W Series champion is looking to make some more history in the racing game.
Lewis Hamilton sat out the penultimate race in the F1 season due to a COVID-19 diagnosis, and still ended the season on top.
Formula One legend and 6-time World Champion, Lewis Hamilton is starting his own race team, X44, which will make its debut in Extreme E, a new electric off-road racing series
Formula 1 has canceled multiple events including the U.S. Grand Prix at the Circuit of the Americas, as well as three additional events scheduled to be hosted in Canada, Brazil and Mexico.
Ferrari and German Formula 1 racer Sebastian Vettel, have announced to part ways at the end of 2020.
The motoring world lost a giant of a man this Easter Sunday.
Seven UK-based Formula 1 teams teamed up with engineers from University College London (UCL) and doctors from UCL Hospital to develop a breathing aid in under 100 hours.
Motorsports is adjusting to the times.