Mercedes-Benz Won't Say When Its EVs Will Make It To The U.S.

The Three Pointed Star has clear plans when it will deploy its EVs in Europe, but not for the United States. Daimler, the parent company that owns Mercedes-Benz, has already launched the EQC in Europe, and it will be followed by the EQV people mover and the EQA small crossover

Ducati interested in working with Bayliss’s son Oli

Ducati Corse sporting director Paolo Ciabatti has expressed an interest in working with Oli Bayliss in future, describing him as a “little clone” of his multi-World Superbike title-winning father Troy. The younger Bayliss, 16, currently competes in the Australian Superbike Championship’s Supersport class, finishing fifth in last year’s standings. This

George Russell: I was almost wetting my pants

George Russell has expressed his delight at getting back to winning ways again following his maiden Virtual Grand Prix triumph.  The Williams man looked set to miss out on P1 when he picked up a three-second time-penalty. However, Charles Leclerc then suffered the same fate with two laps to go,

Fuel if you think it’s over: When Senna and Prost paid the price

The 1985 San Marino Grand Prix is part of Formula 1 folklore, with three different leaders in the last five laps – none of whom actually won! Imola was renowned for being tough on fuel consumption, and this was proved a year earlier when Elio de Angelis was one of

Battery Tech: Cobalt Content Was Limited To Below 10%: Now Is It Time For Nickel?

Upcoming NCM 217 cathodes might be way more affordable than NCM 811 and NCA. Over the past several years, many battery manufacturers gradually limited cobalt content in lithium-ion cells for electric cars, as it’s an expensive cathode material. The switch from cobalt-rich cathodes to low-cobalt cathodes was gradual and required

When the season starts, what will the top-five pecking order be?

The 2020 Formula 1 season may be delayed for some time owing to the coronavirus pandemic, but pre-season testing at Barcelona offered some insight into how it may play out. Although it is impossible to truly predict the order of the teams from testing programs, certain teams and drivers looked

Binotto rates Ferrari's winter, insists team aren't hiding

Ferrari boss Mattia Binotto has once again downplayed the team’s chances heading to Melbourne, insisting they are “not hiding” any performance. In a contrast to previous pre-seasons when the hype train has been painted in Scuderia red, Ferrari are trying their best to stay out of the limelight ahead of

Nissan's new CEO Uchida willing to be sacked if 'circumstances remain uncertain' and no turnaround

Nissan isn’t in the pink of health at the moment, and that may be putting it lightly. The Japanese carmaker’s share price has fallen to the lowest level in over a decade after it slashed its full-year profit outlook and scrapped year-end dividend payouts. Nissan’s stock is down 19% since