With the 2021 Formula 1 season now well underway, fans have already set their early season predictions in motion with some potentially seeing Red Bull driver, Max Verstappen, as an early contender to challenge Mercedes' Lewis Hamilton for the World Championship.
With two electrifying races already ticket off the F1 calendar, plenty of teams have impressed in the early stages of the season.
Mercedes F1 Team Sporting Director Ron Meadows has revealed his misgivings about working in the sport.
This weekend, Aintree Racecourse will play host to the 173rd Grand National. The venue is of course synonymous with horse racing, much like Augusta and golf, Wimbledon and Tennis, Lord's and Cricket. But it also occupies a lesser-known chapter in the history books of Formula 1.
Liverpool-born Mercedes mechanics Ron Meadows and Andrew Shovlin will be anticipating a fast start to the Formula 1 season in Bahrain this weekend. The German team have won the last seven Constructors' Championships, but their new car, the W12, endured...
At just 25, Declan Jones has done it all in motorsports - driving cars, building cars, owning a race team. He’s even worked as a chauffeur for Rolls Royce transporting tennis stars!
Red Bull have secured a deal which enables them to use Honda’s engines when they pull out of the Formula 1 circuit at the end of the year. The move comes after Formula 1 agreed to put a freeze on new engine developments at the end of this current season all the way to 2024.
Seven-time world champion Lewis Hamilton has signed a new one year deal with Mercedes. Hamilton has won six titles with Mercedes since his move from McLaren in 2012, including six straight constructors championships. https://twitter.com/MercedesAMGF1/status/1358734158374330369 Mercedes confirmed in the announcement that the new...
PR Racing have announced their four-man rider line-up as they prepare for the 2021 season. The Liverpool-based Superbikes team celebrates its 20th anniversary in the Bennetts British Superbike Championship by naming two BSB riders for the second time in the team's history.
PR Racing poster boy Joe Francis more than tripled his 2019 points tally with the support class riders, exceeding all expectation on their debut seasons. This time last week the dust was settling over Brands Hatch, drawing the curtains on...