Sorry, did I read that correctly? An IndyCar at Pikes Peak? Someone pinch us! This insane story has left all in disbelief, but American racing driver JR Hildebrand has entered a 2021 Dallara DW12/IR18 into this year’s hill climb event.
If you’re like us, you sat through the entirety of the McLaren launch utterly dumbfounded at what you had just watched. Lando Norris and new signing Daniel Ricciardo headed off to a music studio to create a song that would ‘get them hyped up’ before a race, and it was one of the best but […]
Wow, what a first launch of the season! McLaren has set expectations high with an action-packed launch show that included both drivers creating their own song, cute video messages from family and fans plus the unveiling of the 2021 challenger.
In a move that we all saw coming, Red Bull has come to an agreement with Honda and will take over its power unit technology from 2022. The process requires Red Bull to form a new company, so they’ve gone for the name ‘Red Bull Powertrains Limited’.
The Daytona 500 is one of the most significant events on the NASCAR calendar. However, no sooner had the 2021 race kicked off, 16 cars were involved in a colossal crash. To top that off, lightning strikes were reported near the circuit, and the race was suspended until the storm passed.
It’s one of the most highly anticipated helmet design reveals of the year, and Daniel Ricciardo has not disappointed in 2021. The unusual mint green helmet has been designed in a collaboration between Ornamental Conifer and Race Service. We’re in love!
Ah, Rich Energy; everyone’s favourite controversial energy drinks sponsor. Despite making quite the impression with their partnership with Haas in 2019, and most of us thinking we would never hear of them again, Rich Energy has announced they are returning to F1 as a sponsor of… well we don’t actually know.
McLaren has had some iconic liveries over the years. Having taken part in their first F1 race way back in 1966, the team will celebrate 55 years in the sport this year. Insane! They have been home to some of the most iconic and special liveries during that time.
Fernando Alonso, the two-time F1 world champion, was admitted to hospital last night after being involved in a road accident on his bike. The driver, who is scheduled to make his comeback with Alpine F1 team next month, has undergone surgery for his injuries and his medical team are “satisfied with his progress”.