Checking In on Some International Race News -- MotoGP and F1 Updates

Checking In on Some International Race News — MotoGP and F1 Updates

May 5, 2022 Anne Proffit 1

The face of international motorsports is in a state of flux, with changes to most series occurring in the next few years as sanctioning bodies prepare for a world with less fossil fuels propelling racing cars. Formula 1, for instance will be moving to new technical regulations in 2026 that introduce synthetic fuel. INDYCAR will be utilizing KERS energy recycling with hybrids in 2024, once supply chain issues have been resolved.

Grosjean Returns to F1During French GP Weekend

Grosjean Returns to F1During French GP Weekend

May 7, 2021 Anne Proffit 0

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.

Formula One a Change for the Better

Formula One a Change for the Better

March 12, 2021 Clive Branson 4

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.”

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