Tension was high inside Ferrari at the Russian Grand Prix, where it got itself into a team orders mess as Sebastian Vettel failed to follow an instruction to let Charles Leclerc through early in the race. Ben Anderson and Stuart Codling join Glenn Freeman to discuss if Vettel had a case for his actions, how […]
Renault has revealed several details behind its struggles in the early part of the 2019 Formula 1 season, explaining why its engine has been running below full power and why it hopes to turn around the performance of its chassis in time for its home race in France. Edd Straw and Jonathan Noble discuss what’s […]
Throughout Formula 1’s history, circuits have come and gone – and naturally, there are some that we dearly miss. Technical editor Jake Boxall-Legge has picked 10 circuits he’d like to see back on the F1 calendar, and delves into their past to pick out why they were so exciting. Please feel free to disagree with […]
In the pilot episode of our new weekly podcast show, Jess and Luke discuss the impact of both Esports and the Drive to Survive Netflix series on Formula 1, and weigh up which will help bring more fans to the sport. Across this series, we’ll be taking a deep dive into some of F1 and […]
A look ahead to the 2014 F1 rules by Ferrari and Shell
Join Stuart Codling for the 3rd Autosport Formula 1 Pub Quiz! To play along, get your pens and paper at the ready and don’t forget to write your answers in the comments too! There will be 5 rounds of 10 questions, ranging from simple to super hard (those should be the new tyre compounds!), designed […]
Sponsorship has been a major part of F1 since the spring of 1968, when F1 teams were given the right to display sponsor logos on their liveries. Since then we’ve seen many weird and wonderful liveries and sponsorships throughout the decades, so Autosport’s Technical Editor Jake Boxall-Legge takes a trip down memory lane to look […]
Will the current worldwide crisis force some race series to merge? Could we be looking at a future of fewer than 10 racing series across the world? We spoke to FIA Formula E boss, Alejandro Agag to get his insight as part of our #ThinkingForward leadership series. FOLLOW us online: Website: https://www.autosport.com/ Facebook: http://facebook.com/AUTOSPORT Twitter: […]
Aston Martin will contest the 2011 Le Mans 24 Hours with a new open-cockpit LMP1 prototype, the company confirmed at the AUTOSPORT 1000km of Silverstone.
Charles Leclerc has adapted to life at the front of the F1 grid in rapid time, and should already be a grand prix winner. In this video he talks to James Roberts about how he is settling in after making the step up from Sauber, working alongside Sebastian Vettel, and the influence Shell’s fuels and […]
Valentino Rossi lapped quick enough to be in the top half of the NASCAR Nationwide Series field as he tried Kyle Busch’s Toyota stock car in a promotional event. Seven-time MotoGP champion Rossi travelled to Charlotte Motor Speedway after finishing sixth in his series’ inaugural Austin race.
Join Stuart Codling for the 2nd Autosport Formula 1 Pub Quiz! To play along, get your pens and paper at the ready and don’t forget to write your answers in the comments too! Last week was great fun and we love all the feedback you gave us, so we decided to tweak the format giving […]