Ferrari has some ideas for the future of Formula One. And they have almost nothing to do with the literal future of Formula
New Ferrari test driver Jean-Eric Vergne has targeted a drive with Ferrari in 2016 which when you get to the nitty-gritty
As 2014 draws to a close and we can begin to get excited for the start of the 2015 Formula One World Championship, Formula One went through a year of transition in 2014 and perhaps has left us with an uncertain future. Here are my highlights and thoughts...
Lewis Hamilton, Daniel Ricciardo, Anthony Davidson, Porsche, Mark Webber: 2014 gave so many motorsport thrills that it ranks
Time will tell if Jenson can take it to Alonso, the best driver ever in the modern era in my opinion. I think Jenson might find himself having a tough year, being constantly beat by someone who is much better than him.
McLaren-Honda have officially unveiled their team for 2015, announcing that Jenson Button and Fernando Alonso will race together
More than 60 trophies won by Red Bull have been stolen in a daring smash and grab burglary at the Formula One team's factory
Three years ago, sportscar driver Allan McNish had a huge crash at Le Mans that destroyed his car and left many at the scene
Last weekend I had the fantastic honour of spending the day with the marshals at Silverstone for the Walter Hayes Trophy. Usually the last weekend in the motor racing season, the marshals all gather to catch up before the long winter break.
However, many people can't understand why racing a car is still a socially acceptable occupation. After all, these things seemingly run round and round, burning valuable fuel for no apparent reason.