‘Not happy’ Vettel says Ferrari didn’t follow its Q3 plan

Sebastian Vettel has admitted the final Italian Grand Prix qualifying segment left him “not happy”, as he feels his Ferrari Formula 1 team didn’t follow its planned strategy. Vettel ran first on the road during the opening run of Q3, and posted a time only good enough for fourth place

Verstappen: Red Bull ‘not too far away’ on the straights

Max Verstappen says his Honda-powered Red Bull is “not too far away on the straights” at the British Grand Prix, as he eyes a second straight Formula 1 victory. Verstappen qualified 0.183s off the pace in fourth at Silverstone, where he thought he might have claimed his first pole position

Ricciardo: FIA warning ‘not enough’ for Magnussen in Hungary

Daniel Ricciardo says that Haas Formula 1 driver Kevin Magnussen deserved more than a warning from the FIA after the Dane made a series of defensive moves in Hungary. Ricciardo believes that Magnussen was not complying with the protocol on not moving in the braking area, and having initially resisted

Electric Pickup Truck Not Likely From Ford & Rivian Tie Up

But a large electric SUV probably is. Ford CEO Jim Hackett talks about the automaker’s tie-up with Rivian and suggests an electric pickup truck is unlikely, but a large electric SUV might be in the works. It was back in April of this year when Ford announced a $500 million investment

1995: Audi A4 is not intended for use by rich English jerks

German sporty sedans have long suffered from association with arrogant sociopathic rich (insert pungent monosyllabic British insult here) in the United Kingdom, with BMW suffering most heavily from this image problem. Yes, the kind of amoral Patrick Bateman-style investment banker who takes his snakeskin suit and alligator boots to the

Believe Us: This Is Not The Microlino, It Is The Karolino

A legal battle with the production supplier threatens the new urban electric quadricycle. Last May, Micro-Mobility, the company behind the Microlino, surprised us with a warning of postponing of the first deliveries for its electric quadricycle, the Microlino. The company was very candid, or plain aggressive, in stating that their

Sergio Perez not happy with 'disrespectful' Daniel Ricciardo

Sergio Perez has criticised Daniel Ricciardo for a “very disrespectful” move as both drivers tried to battle their way into Q2 in qualifying for the Hungarian Grand Prix. The SportPesa Racing Point and Renault drivers were squabbling over track space as they wound up for their final push laps in

Lando Norris: Not exaggerating, I shat myself

Lando Norris feared he would crash out of the German Grand Prix on his way to the grid, saying he “shat” himself when he touched the Hockenheim drag strip. Norris’ Sunday afternoon at the Hockenheimring ended when his McLaren lost power, however, it could have been over before it even

Honda e Not U.S. Bound, But New Modular EV Platform Coming (By 2025)

Honda’s new EV platform will be used in a “wide range of body shapes.” To the disappointment of subcompact car fans, Honda does not appear likely to ever bring the quirky new Honda e to the United States. This is not terribly surprising, since demand for vehicles of this size in

'Bottas not out of fight but must change style'

Toto Wolff is adamant Valtteri Bottas isn’t out of the title race but he says his driver needs to “change his driving style” in order to beat Lewis Hamilton. Bottas was second best at Mercedes when it mattered most at the French GP. He qualified P2, slotted into second at