“Williams is determined to continue the positive momentum it has had since 2014” – Pat Symonds
Williams is pleased to announce a new addition to its engineering department in an effort to bolster performance for the remainder of the 2016 FIA Formula One World Championship campaign onwards. Read the rest of this entry »
The Belgian will make a full-time move into F1 next season with McLaren as replacement for Jenson Button
Stoffel Vandoorne says going up against Fernando Alonso as team-mate at McLaren-Honda in no way fazes him as reaching F1 will always put him up against ‘the best’ in the sport regardless. Read the rest of this entry »
McLaren-Honda today announces an innovative three-driver strategy for the 2017 and 2018 Formula 1 seasons.
World Champion and 15-time Grand Prix winner Jenson Button has signed a new contract to extend his relationship with the McLaren-Honda team, is now contracted for two more years, and will consequently continue to play an active role as a key member of the team. Read the rest of this entry »
55 positions of grid penalties all-but-guarantees a last place start
Mercedes has confirmed Lewis Hamilton has taken a third and final power unit change ahead of the Belgian Grand Prix, consolidating his grid penalties and ensuring he starts at the back of the grid. Read the rest of this entry »
“A little bit more freedom for the teams, the drivers, relaxing a little bit everything will be good, like it has been always in F1”
Fernando Alonso says Formula 1 must be willing to allow more freedom to drivers and teams to improve the spectacle of Formula 1, remarking that painting each car black would make them indistinguishable at the moment. Read the rest of this entry »
“The team is strong, the technical people we have are united and I think we have a good balance in the team”
Fernando Alonso is optimistic McLaren and Honda will use the opportunity of next year’s overhaul in technical regulations to make a definitive step towards the front of the field. Read the rest of this entry »
The first Ferrari Racing Days event in Russia was completed today with a record of spectators. Over 20,000 turned out between Saturday and Sunday, confirming the passion of Russian people for motorsport and the world related to the Prancing Horse.
“Definitely it is not the normal way for our sport to keep changing rules”
Fernando Alonso has expressed his frustration at the FIA’s method of tweaking regulations and rules mid-season – occasionally mid-weekend – following a raft of revisions in recent races, saying such constant change is ‘not normal’. Read the rest of this entry »