Ah, the triple crown. The highest accomplishment in motorsport. Only one man achieved this phenomenal task in 1972, and it appeared Fernando Alonso was on course to become the second to do so. However, speaking on the WTF1 Podcast, Alonso suggested that the dream of the triple crown might already be over.
*Screaming intensifies* Okay, so this might be the coolest thing, like, ever. Two-time F1 world champion Fernando Alonso, F1 legend Rubens Barrichello and IndyCar champion Tony Kanaan will all be competing in the upcoming Daytona 24 iRacing championship in a WTF1 car. Can someone pinch us?
We all know how numbers work. Right? Which is why we’re slightly stumped at Alfa Romeo’s decision to jump from naming their car C39 in 2020 and then to C41 for 2021. We’re no Albert Einstein, but we think you’ve missed a number there guys. However, there is a reason.
Red Bull’s latest signing, Sergio Perez, has had his first experience at the team’s Milton Keynes factory. In addition to a tour of the premises and a seat fitting, Red Bull was sure to film a quick video of Checo at the front of the building that gave off big ‘first day at school’ vibes.
Era Motorsport have hand-picked this super cute design to cover their LMP2 car for the first race of the season. The colourful livery was drawn by a six-year-old from Canada, and even features a lightning bolt. We’re also loving that this endurance car isn’t a predictable red, white and black livery!
Music superstar Pitbull has become a co-owner of the NASCAR team Trackhouse Racing. The American rapper hopes that his involvement in the team will amplify the sport’s influence and admits he fell in love with NASCAR after watching the movie ‘Days of Thunder’.