Formula 1 will keep searching for Monaco changes

Although they have not had any breakthroughs so far, F1 managing director Ross Brawn said updating the Monaco circuit is on their agenda. The Monaco Grand Prix is seen as the jewel in the Formula 1 crown, but in modern times it is a good job that it has this

Formula 1 clarify Mexico/USA GP status after Canada call-off | Planet F1

After the cancellation of the 2020 Canadian Grand Prix, Formula 1 have insisted the races in the United States and Mexico are not in immediate jeopardy. Montreal’s round of the World Championship has been called off for the second consecutive year, with the ongoing 14-day quarantine requirement for anyone arriving

Formula 1 combustion engine ‘far from dead’

Manufacturers are flocking towards alternative power sources, but Formula 1 remains confident in the combustion engine. Electric vehicles are now becoming the focus of the automotive industry, but there is also a push for sustainable fuel sources to replace the traditional fossil fuel-powered internal combustion engine. Formula 1 too moved

Formula One and NASCAR Coming to Rocket League in May

Rocket League players will soon be able to get their hands on official machinery from Formula One and NASCAR as the extremely popular car-based game enters its third season this spring. For those unfamiliar with Rocket League, it’s essentially part indoor football — but with cars — and part demolition

Alpine say there is no Formula 1 midfield anymore

Discussing the 2021 pecking order, Alpine director Marcin Budkowski says that he doesn’t expect there to be a clear-cut midfield pack. Last year’s highest-ranking midfield teams endured mixed fortunes in pre-season testing, with McLaren and Alpine looking quick and encountering few issues, while Ferrari and Aston Martin were less convincing.

Super Formula reveals 2021 pre-season test dates

Super Formula has revealed its pre-season test dates for the 2021 season, on top of confirming the calendar that was published last December. The Japanese single-seater series will hold a pair of two-day tests in the run-up to the new campaign, as it has done in previous years. Suzuka will

Why Matsushita’s Super Formula seat hangs in the balance

At one stage it seemed certain Nobuharu Matsushita would continue to drive for B-Max Racing in Super Formula this year, but confirmation has not been forthcoming as Honda drags its feet. Excluding the anticipated confirmation of Hiroki Otsu at Team Mugen, there will be just two seats left to fill

Mahindra becomes Formula E’s first net carbon neutral team

Mahindra Racing has become the first Formula E team – and the first in any FIA world championship – to be certified Net Carbon Neutral since inception. The certification, approved by the ALLCOT Group, states that Mahindra Racing has offset all its carbon emissions since it joined Formula E for

Why Formula 1’s Goal of a 23-Race Season Is Looking More Like a Pipe Dream

If Formula 1 is still planning on a 23-race season in 2021, it might just need a miracle. That darn COVID-19 virus refuses to go away quietly. The F1 World Championship calendar was announced in November, and it seemed, even at the time, a very ambitious schedule, with 23 races