Jean Todt Thinks Current F1 Cars Are Too Reliable

The President of the FIA said that both Ferrari and Mercedes were simply “too reliable” during 2017

F1 Cars Are Set To Be Even Quicker In 2018

According to Pirelli F1 cars could be more than two seconds a lap quicker next season

Alex Zanardi Is Set To Race In The 2019 Daytona 24 Hours

The motorsport legend will drive a modified BMW M8 GTE in the Rolex 24

Concept Images Revealed Of Montreal's New Pit Complex

Here's a look at the Circuit Gilles Villeneuve's new paddock complex

Billy Monger Plans To Return To Single Seaters Next Year

The incredible 18-year-old is targeting a possible 2018 race seat in British F3 as the FIA announce a change in allowing disabled drivers to compete in single seaters.

Lotterer And Jani Join Rebellion For LMP1 Return

Porsche refugees Andre Lotterer and Neel Jani will continue in LMP1 with Rebellion next season

Carlin Will Be Racing In IndyCar Next Season

The British race team will be entering IndyCar with Charlie Kimball and Max Chilton

Sirotkin Looks Set To Get The Williams Seat Ahead Of Kubica

Russia's Sergey Sirotkin is now rumoured to be in prime position to get the Williams drive

Vettel Thinks People Need To Accept That Some Races Are Going To Be Boring

The Ferrari driver is fed up of hearing people moan about the lack of overtaking

McLaren’s Insane New Road Car Is Named After Senna

This is McLaren's new 789bhp beast named after the legendary three-time F1 world champion

Haas's Team Principal Really Hopes Grosjean Cuts Down His Moaning Next Year

Guenther Steiner has said that he'd like Romain Grosjean to calm down a bit next year

Felipe Massa Has Already Sorted Out His Next Motorsport Adventure

Felipe Massa will race in the opening round of the 2018 Brazilian Stock Car championship

Here's The Final 2018 Formula 1 Calendar

The FIA has finalised the 2018 F1 calendar, with just one change from the one revealed earlier this year

F1 Team Bosses Have Ranked The Top 10 Drivers Of 2017 And The Results Are A Bit Strange

There's not much to argue about with the top four, but below that, things get a bit strange

The FIA Has Made Engine Penalties A Bit Easier To Understand

Rule changes for 2018 will put a stop to the ridiculous 50 or 60 place grid drops