Max Verstappen still enjoys a good relationship with Daniel Ricciardo

Max Verstappen spoke about the strong relationship he still has with Daniel Ricciardo, with the pair being able to talk about more than just Formula 1. The former Red Bull team-mates live nearby to each other and have maintained a rapport since the Australian left the team in 2019. The

Sony Still Testing Vision-S Concept With No Production Intention

The Vison-S Concept did cause a stir at its unveiling, but now it’s just a mystery. Why is Sony still testing its electric vehicle prototype, the Vision-S, even though it has made it clear it has no plans to manufacture it? The last time we talked about this vehicle Sony

Ferrari Still Has Tricks Up Its Sleeve To Keep NA V12 Alive

Not dead yet. With the launch of the 812 Competizione and 812 Competizione A, Ferrari introduced its most powerful internal combustion engine for a road car in its entire history. With 830 horsepower (619 kilowatts) and 510 pound-feet (692 Newton-meters) of torque, the 6.5-liter V12 proves naturally-aspirated engines are still

Rental Car Shortage Is Still Costing Travelers

The arrival of spring breakers to Florida last month had caused significant shortage of rental cars throughout the state, but the shortage hasn’t abated in the past three weeks as more Americans are making travel plans to sunny places for May and beyond. The supply of rental cars in the

Sergio Perez still supports Red Bull qualifying gambles | Planet F1

Sergio Perez has backed Red Bull to keep making bold tyre choices in qualifying – even though he was caught out in Bahrain. The Mexican driver’s first meaningful competitive session for his new team ended with him exiting in Q2 at the Bahrain Grand Prix, securing a grid position of

Alfa Romeo still suffering from Sauber's 2017 issues

Discussing the importance of being prepared for new regulations, Jan Monchaux says Alfa Romeo are still suffering from Sauber’s 2017 issues. Alfa Romeo are one of many teams who have stated that they’re already turning their attention to developing their 2022 car rather than working on their current challenger. This is because

F1 Still Marching Toward 2030 Net-Zero Carbon Footprint Goal

A year ago, Formula 1 announced an ambitious plan for sustainability, aiming to get to a net-zero carbon footprint by 2030. The ambitious plan includes taking on the carbon footprints on all on-track activity and all other operations related to the sport, with the key exception being emissions generated by

Mercedes still battling power unit 'issues' | F1 News by PlanetF1

Mercedes have encountered “issues” with their power units ahead of the 2021 season, but remain confident of finding a fix. The Silver Arrows are preparing to chase an eighth consecutive drivers’ and constructors’ Championship double in 2021, while also working hard to try and maintain their dominance under the new

Wolff: Mercedes still haunted by ‘scepticism and pessimism’

Mercedes boss Toto Wolff says his team continues to be haunted by “scepticism and pessimism”, despite its record-breaking seven consecutive Formula 1 world championship doubles. The German car manufacturer has been dominant since the turbo hybrid era started in 2014, and was a step clear of rivals last year as it