With only 2 races remaining, leading the Formula 1 World Championship by 19 points would scare the life out of most people. Nico Rosberg seems to be taking it all in his stride by just chilling in the beautiful Mercedes 280 SL around the streets of Monte Carlo. Maybe it is going to be his year. Continue Reading
Red Bull Racing’s new film looks back across 65 years of pitstop progress in F1. The release is conveniently timed with this weekend’s US Grand Prix in COTA – the same circuit Red Bull Racing completed an F1 pitstop in 1.923s 3 years ago. Continue Reading
50 years ago today, McLaren made its F1 debut at the 1966 Monaco GP with Bruce McLaren at the wheel. Since then we have seen Championships won and lost, Senna v Prost, Häkkinen, Hamilton, the MP4/4, that MP4/13 and much, much more. Continue Reading
Thanks to the guys at Petrolicious, Former Porsche works driver Derek Bell has been filmed driving the Targa Florio-winning 718 RS 60 on the Targa Florio course in Italy. Famed for it’s 800+ corners, multiple hairpins and imminent danger at every turn, the former Grand Prix circuit is still cherished in Sicily. Continue Reading
This short film tells the story of one of the most important Formula 1 cars of all time – The introduction of the Carbon Fibre chassis. John Barnard – the lead engineer behind the development of the car talks us through it. Continue Reading
Driven by former F1 driver Stirling Moss, this rare Ferrari will be featured at Artcurial Motorcars’ Salon Retromobile sale in Paris. With a £26 million guide price, this could become one of the most expensive cars ever sold.
Technology is everywhere in modern day Formula 1. Electronics, data, traction control, power steering, KERS, DRS – The list goes on. But do you remember when F1 was just a man fighting with machine? Blackbird Automotive have taken a step back in time with this onboard video of Ferrari test driver Marc Gené on a flying lap at Abu Dhabi’s Yas Marina Formula 1 circuit in Villeneuve’s 1980 Ferrari 312 T5. Continue Reading