Formula One

Leclerc leads a 1-2 finish for Ferrari in 2022 Bahrain Grand Prix

The 24-year-old Monégasque commenced his fifth full-time season in F1 competition by winning the Bahrain GP in Sakhir.

Magnussen reunites with Haas for 2022 F1 season

The 29-year-old Danish competitor is set to return on the Formula One grid with the Kannapolis-based organization since 2020.

Formula One terminates contract with Russia

Formula One terminated its contract with Russia with no intentions of hosting any Grand Prixs in the country in the near future following the country's ongoing invasion of Ukraine.

Formula One unveils 2022 schedule

The 2022 Formula One World Championship season is set to feature a record 23 Grand Prix events from mid-March through mid-November.

Formula One 2021-22 Silly Season Update

Nearly all of the 20 seats for the 2022 Formula One season have been confirmed.

Formula One rookie Latifi to use race number as homage to hometown

2020 Williams rookie Nicholas Latifi recently chose his racing number not only due to it's championship history, but also as an homage to his...

Crossover Stars Help NASCAR’s Fan Appeal

NASCAR needs more crossover stars. It's a time-honored tradition in the sport to bring in drivers from across the pond (mostly on NASCAR's dime) and put them in our cars not only to perform but to draw in the fans. This is usually met with success more on the fan side of things, although former F1 drivers Mario Andretti and Juan Pablo Montoya did find a bit of success in NASCAR.

Will the tragedy at Pocono cause open wheel racing to abandon the open cockpit?

Last weekend at Pocono, IndyCar driver Justin Wilson lost his life when he was struck by debris from a single car accident ahead of him on the track. To say it is a tragedy is an understatement. Could conditions have been altered in order to make racing safer so that we might avoid such anguish in the future?

The Final Word – Kurt rises to the top at Richmond as Roush-Fenway continues to free fall

Rain changed the Saturday night race at Richmond into a Sunday afternoon affair. Was it worth the wait? For Kurt Busch, the answer was “yes.”

Gene Hass’ Formula One Team Beginning To Form; Still Far From Announcing Driver

Gene Haas is determined and striving to create the first successful United States-based Formula One organization – and on Monday afternoon during a press conference he expressed the lengths he’d take to prove critics wrong.

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