Max Verstappen was why Fernando Alonso watched F1 last year | Planet F1

Fernando Alonso has revealed that when he watched F1 on TV last year, it was in the hope of seeing something exciting from Max Verstappen. After beginning his Formula 1 racing career in 2001, Alonso took two years out in 2019-20 to try his hand in other motorsport disciplines before

Bottas crash was a ‘reality check’ for Russell

George Russell says his crash with Valtteri Bottas at Imola was a “reality check” and a “massive lesson” in how to conduct himself. One of the low points in the Williams driver’s career to date came at the Emilia-Romagna Grand Prix when, on the verge of points, he crashed into

Valtteri Bottas was 'rallying' at Styrian GP on worn out tyres

Valtteri Bottas had very little left in his tyres as he desperately tried to hold on to P3 at the Styrian Grand Prix. Both he and Sergio Perez spent the opening laps behind the McLaren of Lando Norris, but with the Briton uninterested in wasting tyre life by battling the

Was 'Black Wednesday' The Beginning Of The End For Big Oil?

The signs of a surge in electric vehicle adoption are everywhere. This article comes to us courtesy of EVANNEX, which makes and sells aftermarket Tesla accessories. The opinions expressed therein are not necessarily our own at InsideEVs, nor have we been paid by EVANNEX to publish these articles. We find the company’s perspective

Christian Horner: Renault was only in F1 for marketing

Christian Horner says that, under their former leadership, Renault was only in Formula 1 for marketing purposes. Prior to the hybrid era, the partnership between the two produced a huge amount of success, with Red Bull – Renault winning four consecutive title doubles from 2010 to 2013. However, once the regulations

Leclerc says practice pace was 'too good to believe'

Despite claiming the 1-2 on Thursday, Charles Leclerc says Ferrari’s pace around the streets of Monaco was “too good to believe”. Leclerc and his team-mate Carlos Sainz pulled off a surprise 1-2 on Thursday as Formula 1 returned to the streets of Monte Carlo for the first time since 2019.

‘It was worse than I thought’ | Moers on Aston

Valhalla and Vanquish to switch to AMG V8s, organisation simplified – and electrification inbound By Mike Duff / Wednesday, May 12, 2021 / Loading comments Interviewing senior car company executives is often a delicate process, one where artful answers have to be carefully unpicked – and where the leaders often

Sandy Munro Found What He Was Looking Underneath Ford Mach-E

“This does not look like a Ford.” Smile on the face of Munro Live’s Sandy Munro is a sign that someone did a good job and in this case the topic is undercarriage of the Ford Mustang Mach-E. Sandy Munro notes many solutions that are uncommon in Ford cars and

The 2003–2006 Subaru Baja Was a Car-Based Truck Ahead of Its Time

Subaru is not a player in the midsize, full-size, or heavy-duty pickup truck segments. It doesn’t currently offer anything with a bed—today. It wasn’t always that way, though. Once upon a time, there was the Subaru Brat. It was a funky Subaru Leone-based truck that Subaru ultimately pulled the plug

Pierre Gasly was 'in favour' of bad Imola tyre choice | Planet F1

Pierre Gasly says he and the AlphaTauri team were in agreement about the decision to start on full wet tyres at Imola – which proved to be a bad call. Unlike his team-mate Yuki Tsunoda, who began the Emilia Romagna Grand Prix on intermediates, Gasly went the whole hog and