Abt bags maiden Formula E win in Mexico

Audi’s Daniel Abt broke his electric duck in Mexico City, the German driver clinching his first ePrix victory in the series. The field whizzed off with poleman Felix Rosenqvist in the lead, the Mahindra charger building himself an advantage in the early stages of his first stint before a sudden power loss inexplicably wreaked havoc Read more about Abt bags maiden Formula E win in Mexico[…]

Lowe sees a battle of the bargeboards looming

Williams tech chief Paddy Lowe believes bargeboard development will be a big focus for teams in search of gains in 2018. Haas kicked off the F1 presentations, followed by Williams, Sauber and Renault, and a common technical trait so far among the teams’ 2018 designs is the very sophisticated configuration of the sidepod area. Complexity Read more about Lowe sees a battle of the bargeboards looming[…]

Grosjean: ‘Haas in a good place with good baseline’

On the back of his team’s good performance but disappointing result last weekend, Haas’ Romain Grosjean can’t wait to get back in the saddle. The US outfit put both its drivers in the top ten in qualifying for the opening round of the world championship, and both Grosjean and team mate Kevin Magnussen were running Read more about Grosjean: ‘Haas in a good place with good baseline’[…]

Hamilton hit with grid penalty after gearbox change!

Lewis Hamilton will start this weekend’s Bahrain Grand Prix no higher than P6 after the Mercedes driver was hit with a five-spot grid penalty following a gearbox change. Both Silver Arrows drivers will run new gearboxes for Saturday’s FP3 session, but Valtteri Bottas, who already underwent a transmission swap in Australia, is allowed a free Read more about Hamilton hit with grid penalty after gearbox change![…]

Will US Government Be Made to Answer for Fueling Yemen's Approaching Famine?

With Yemen on the verge of famine, and civilians paying a devastating toll in the relentless Saudi-led bombing campaign, one key question emerges: Will the U.S. government ever be held to account for its role in the crisis? The United Nations warned Wednesday that the country of 26 million faces the highest-level humanitarian emergency—on par Read more about Will US Government Be Made to Answer for Fueling Yemen's Approaching Famine?[…]

Alonso sees ‘crucial’ next two months ahead for McLaren

Fernando Alonso reckons the next couple of months will likely prove crucial to McLaren’s 2018 season and to its podium ambitions. The Spaniard has expressed his conviction that the Woking-based outfit can soon snap at the heels of Red Bull Racing, but also admits his Renault-powered MCL33 remains a work in progress in the short-term. Read more about Alonso sees ‘crucial’ next two months ahead for McLaren[…]

Ricciardo ‘swears’ he hasn’t signed anything with Ferrari!

Daniel Ricciardo rubbished growing rumors in Bahrain that he had signed any sort of agreement with Ferrari for 2019. Gossip grew louder in Sakhir that the Red Bull drive had signed a letter of intent with the House of Maranello, the basis of which would lead to a contract with the Scuderia for next season. Read more about Ricciardo ‘swears’ he hasn’t signed anything with Ferrari![…]

Home podium stays just out of reach for Ricciardo

Daniel Ricciardo was happy to come out of a troubled Australian Grand Prix weekend with a fourth place finish for Red Bull. However he was still annoyed by the three-place grid penalty he’d received on Friday for speeding under red flag conditions. That had dropped him to eighth place on the grid for the race, Read more about Home podium stays just out of reach for Ricciardo[…]

Hamilton backed off in Melbourne to protect engine

Lewis Hamilton has admitted that he decided to back off in the latter half of the Australian Grand Prix in order to protect his engine. Drivers only get three power units to last the whole of the 21-race season. If they go over that, they get hit with grid-place penalties. Mindful of this, Hamilton decided Read more about Hamilton backed off in Melbourne to protect engine[…]