In the fourth year of the current engine regulations a major overhaul of the aerodynamic rules disrupted the supremacy of Mercedes. Source: F1 Fanatic
In what has become an end-of-season tradition, all 10 F1 teams’ bosses have been asked to rank their top 10 drivers, based on on-track performances over the course of this season’s 20 races.Points are awarded using F1’s scoring system (25-18-15-12-10-8-6-4-2-1) to generate an overall winner.Votes are kept secret to ensure team bosses are willing to ...
Honda reorganises its Formula 1 management team as it seeks to improve its performance in 2018 after splitting with McLaren. Source: BBC F1
Was Ferrari’s season a success or a disappointment? It was certainly the best of any team other than Mercedes since the current engine rules arrived. Source: F1 Fanatic
Hasegawa has faced growing pressure over the course of this season as Honda struggled with both power and reliability and culminated in it ending its relationship with McLaren after three seasons. Ahead of the start of Honda’s new partnership with Toro Rosso, the Japanese manufacturer has announced changes to its organisational structure in a bid to ...
In the round-up: Dull Abu Dhabi GP “not what we want” – Carey • Verstappen handled Hungary well – Ricciardo • F1 racing should be as good as F2 – Hamilton Source: F1 Fanatic
Even in a sport dripping with cash, 20-year-old Max Verstappen will not be able to move for money next year. Thing is, he’s worth it. Source: BBC F1
Formula 1 bosses propose a new security system at the Brazilian Grand Prix in light of this year’s dangerous incidents. Source: BBC F1
At least three robbery attempts were reported during the Interlagos event and Pirelli cancelled its planned two-day, post-race test at the circuit.This was despite ‘heavy reinforcements’ being arranged after Mercedes staff members suffered a gunpoint robbery.F1 chiefs and motorsport’s governing body the FIA committed to discussing security as a result, wi … Keep reading Source: Motorsport.com
There has been growing unease about the extent of grid penalties this year, with F1 motorsport director Ross Brawn claiming recently that they were making a ‘farce’ of the sport. The situation has become even more tense because of concerns that penalties could increase next year because F1 is going down to three engines for the ...