The Frenchman confirms that he will also compete as a Mercedes Junior for the Silverstone team in 2018. The team also confirmed that Sergio Pérez’s contract extension means that the […]
Reports in Germany say the announcement will come at the Singapore Grand Prix, it is believed that the deal has been completed and we’ll see a swop of Power Units […]
Sources in Japan have revealed a difference in opinion between the board members of Honda and Honda’s Motorsport manager Masashi Yamamoto. It is likely that conclusions about Honda’s involvement in F1 […]
2017 has seen aerodynamics guru Adrian Newey return to focussing on the F1 design team and it appears that the British designer has been experimenting again with flexible body parts. […]
There are two official mid season test sessions for 2017, one after the Bahrain GP, one after the Hungarian GP and Renault have hinted that they might use Kubica at […]
During the Grand Prix weekend in Baku the FIA had made it clear to the teams that it does not allow them to preheat their hydraulic components of their chassis. […]
Fernando Alonso remains level headed following today’s practice sessions in Austria. He was 9th fastest in FP1 and 8th fastest in FP2 with a respectable 1m07.510s lap time which is quicker than Schumacher’s 2003 1m08.337 record set in 2003 but +1.535s slower than today’s fastest from Lewis Hamilton who will (announced this evening – Friday) incur a 5 grid penalty for needing a new gearbox under article 23.5a of the FIA 2017 regulations.
Mercedes’ Lewis Hamilton is set to receive a five-place grid penalty at the Austrian Grand Prix due to an unscheduled gearbox change.
A document issued by the FIA on tonight (Friday evening) confirmed the change. The standard penalty would be five grid positions.
“I’ve always said I want to win five races and then retire, so I’m probably not going to compete this weekend” are the words uttered by the likeable Australia Red […]
If the Italian press is correct then it would appear that orders from the very top have emerged from “secret Maranello rooms” that the F1 team have removed chief PU designer Lorenzo Sassi from office despite the boost in performance he has created, with the gap in performance to Mercedes reduced or even non-existent.