F1 organisation puts staff on furlough as bosses take pay cut

The Formula 1 organisation has followed the route taken by teams and placed around half of its staff on furlough as the COVID-19 crisis continues to have an impact on the sport. In addition, senior staff are to take a 20% pay cut, with CEO Chase Carey likely to take

Meals on Wheels delivers connections, Mazda turns 100, GM to build Hondas: What’s New @ The Car Connection

Wheel Connections: Meals on Wheels deliver more than food during coronavirus shutdown Kathy Kreidler and her Subaru Forester have delivered thousands of meals to home-bound seniors so far, and the need is only getting greater.  When does a three-row small crossover make sense? Grandparents, nannies, an involved aunt, uncle, sibling,

Sette Camara: Super Formula on a par with IndyCar

Sergio Sette Camara believes that the level in Super Formula is on a par with the NTT IndyCar Series having taken part in pre-season testing for both championships. Ex-Formula 2 racer Sette Camara was a last-minute addition to the B-Max Racing/Motopark line-up in Super Formula, replacing fellow Brazilian Pietro Fittipaldi

Watch This Video On Doing Your Own EV Conversion Or Build

It can be a really good decision, depending on what you want to get out of your project. Roadshow’s Brian Cooley looks at the process and cost behind converting your own electric car, or in this case, putting an EV West electric powertrain (based around a Tesla motor) into the

Pressure on Liberty Media to protect UK F1 teams

David Richards, chairman of Motorsport UK, has called on Liberty Media to stand by Britain’s F1 teams to ensure they don’t go bust during the coronavirus pandemic. The bedrock of the sport is located in England with six of the grid’s 10 teams – Mercedes, Red Bull, McLaren, Renault, Racing

The Mazda RX-Vision GT3 Is On Its Way To Your Playstation

The Mazda RX-Vision concept must be one of the most gorgeous coupes we’ve ever clapped eyes on, and since its debut way back in 2015 we’ve been waiting with baited breath to see if Mazda will ever make a production version. 2020 marks Mazda’s centenary, so this year would be

Rivals should trust FIA on Ferrari engine settlement – Leclerc

Charles Leclerc says Ferrari’s Formula 1 rivals should trust the FIA’s decision to keep details regarding its engine settlement private, calling it “understandable”. The FIA announced last month it had reached a private settlement with Ferrari regarding its 2019 power unit after repeated questions about its legality through last year.

Australian GP pushes on with event despite F1 cancellation

Australian Grand Prix organisers plan to push on with the rest of its event, despite the expected imminent cancellation of the Formula 1 race. Following a meeting of F1 team principals agreeing with the FIA last night not to go ahead with the opening round of the championship, an official

Australian GP issues update on nine F1 paddock coronavirus tests

Australian Grand Prix promoters are “in discussions” with the FIA, Formula 1 and the Victorian state regarding the “broader implications” of a McLaren team member testing positive for coronavirus. A statement from the Australian Grand Prix Corporation, attributed to its CEO Andrew Westacott, revealed that eight F1 personnel have been

Tesla On The Hunt For Cybertruck Gigafactory In Central U.S.

Tesla launches a state-by-state competition for its new gigafactory in the U.S., which will produce Cybertrucks and the Model Y. Elon Musk announced yesterday that Tesla is scouting locations for a “Cybertruck Gigafactory“ in the central U.S., which will be utilized to produce not only the Tesla Cybertruck but also for