It might look easy driving a car around a track but it takes a lot of targeted training to be a good F1 driver.
As the new coronavirus has spread around the world, sporting matches and events have been staged behind closed doors, postponed and increasingly cancelled outright.
F1 has promised a move to ‘credible offsets and breakthrough C02 sequestration programs’. But there’s a persistent lack of clear detail in the how, what and where.
Location counts when it comes to sustainable development.
Electric vehicle racing is slower and quieter than conventional car racing. To make it interesting, organisers are allowing fans to choose by popular vote to give some drivers a power boost.
How much protection will the Halo system give drivers?
Formula One owners Liberty Media, and perhaps even old-hand Bernie Ecclestone, might hold key to saving a crucial part of the sport’s history.
When manufacturers are chasing sales and more and more customers are plugging in, is the writing on the wall for F1?
An F1 insider could give the US media group an edge in its effort to reinvigorate the world’s fastest motor sport.
Ecclestone made F1 the success it is today. But the sport needs rejuvenating if it’s to continue to prosper.
Fuelling direct competition between talented colleagues can backfire.
A takeover by an American media mogul provides the perfect opportunity.
If, like auto racing, drone racing becomes a long-lasting sport yielding financial rewards for backers of winning teams, might new technologies find their way into commercial and consumer products?
Cycling has been on the look out for mini engines in bike frames, and it may have come up trumps. But it might be missing a trick to invigorate the sport.
Bernie Ecclestone is wrong to think that women can’t be taken seriously in Formula One.
As well as making Alfa Romeo a global brand, a return to F1 would benefit Ferrari both on the race track and off it.
How a US-Qatar F1 takeover will take the business up a gear.
3D printing robots are to create a new bridge in Amsterdam - would you walk on it?
Research shows that collaboration between teams may foster success in F1 races and make competition sustainable, especially for smaller players.
The Formula 1 season begins in Melbourne this week and a number of changes have been made following the tragic accident last year which has left one driver still in a coma.