Hamilton: No hope of beating Ferrari on Mexico straights

Lewis Hamilton says Mercedes has “no hope” of challenging Ferrari on Mexico’s straights this weekend, as he has his first opportunity to wrap up his sixth Formula 1 world championship. The Mercedes driver is 64 points ahead of teammate Valtteri Bottas in the standings, and a podium finish this weekend

Karnataka: 20% of parking space in buildings for EVs

According to a media report, the government of Karnataka is working on an amendment for the Model Building Bye-laws 2017 that would mandate residential and commercial buildings to reserve 20% parking space for EV charging facilities. It has been reported that the draft amendment is ready and has been sent

Alfa Romeo on their way out of F1?

Alfa Romeo could walk away from Sauber and Formula 1 as a whole at the end of 2020, that’s according to a report in the Italian press. Alfa Romeo became the title sponsor of the Sauber team in 2018 before expanding that relationship this season. Entering a technical and commercial

Overload Of Pre-Production Tesla Model Y Crossover Sightings: Images

With plans to start producing the car in the near future, real-world testing is in order. The floodgates have opened already and the Tesla Model Y is not even available yet. This makes sense since the car has already been unveiled and there are not many secrets. We’ve witnessed much

No light at end of Haas tunnel in 'short term'

Guenther Steiner concedes there is no light at the end of the Haas, at least in the “short-term”, he just hopes they are learning lessons for next season. Haas have scored just two World Championship points since the German GP despite several appearances inside the top ten on Saturday afternoons.

Wehrlein tops final morning of pre-season Formula E test

Ex-Formula 1 driver Pascal Wehrlein set the fastest time of 2019 Formula E pre-season testing so far to lead the way on the final morning at Valencia. Mahindra Racing’s Wehrlein grabbed the top spot as the three-hour session entered its final 15 minutes, which were then cut short when BMW

Insight: The full story of why Verstappen switched F1 helmets

We visited Schuberth’s F1 helmet factory to speak with its bosses about new FIA standards, and discuss just how it came to land a deal with Max Verstappen for the 2019 season. If you think your job is monotonous, well, you’ve probably never worked in Formula 1 helmet production. Francesco,

What Kind Of Tyre Should You Be Using In Winter?

As the weather takes a turn for the worse, you might be considering switching out your summer tyres for something better suited for chilly conditions. But with five other categories of rubber to choose from, which is the right one to go for? To confuse matters further, you might find

Opel Starts Production Of New Corsa, Corsa-e To Follow Soon

The all-electric Corsa-e will be launched in a few months as the first all-electric Opel that’s made in Europe. The sixth generation of the Opel Corsa officially entered production in Zaragoza, Spain. The all-electric Corsa-e version will follow in early 2020. Judging by the warm reception in the media, it

Skoda releases rendering of next-gen Rapid

Skoda has released a rendering of the second-generation Skoda Rapid. The image suggests that the car sports the company’s traditional trapezoidal grille, triple-pod headlamps, and a front bumper with integrated fog lamps. The ORVMs get integrated turn signals. In international markets, the Rapid is expected to be replaced by the