Toro Rosso retain Gasly and Hartley for 2018

After making their Formula 1 debuts this year in Malaysia and Texas respectively, Pierre Gasly and Brendon Hartley will continue together, as teammates, for the 2018 Formula One World championship season. Next week's Grand Prix in Abu Dhabi will be Pierre's fifth Formula 1 weekend and Brendon's fourth, gaining vital experience in order to start... Continue Reading →

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The STR Philosophy

Now with Renault and Red Bull Racing respectively, Spain’s Carlos Sainz Jr. and Max Verstappen are two of a number of Scuderia Toro Rosso graduates whose development through the ranks of Formula One can be attributed to their time at the Italian team. Joined by team boss Franz Tost, the pair discuss the role STR... Continue Reading →

Blundell on F1: The Brazilian Grand Prix

Lewis Hamilton has already been crowned the 2017 Formula One World Champion, but the four-time World Champion will be looking to add salt into the Ferrari wounds as the Formula One paddock arrives in Brazil. Mexico provided us with a thrilling conclusion to the title fight, with Hamilton and Vettel coming together on the opening... Continue Reading →

Prix View – The Brazilian GP

Formula One this weekend moves from North to South America for Round 19 of the 2017 FIA Formula One World Championship, the Brazilian Grand Prix. And the penultimate event of this campaign takes place at one of the sport’s most venerable circuits, the Autodromo José Carlos Pace in Interlagos, Sao Paulo. The Interlagos circuit made... Continue Reading →

A look at the 2021 F1 Engine Regulations

Paris was the destination. FIA headquarters, the place. The future of the sport the agenda. Liberty Media, the owners of Formula One met with the governing body, the FIA, along with current teams and crucially ‘potential future engine manufacturers’ to debate changes in engine regulations in 2021 on Tuesday. So, what came out of these... Continue Reading →

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