Renault set for engine updates at Spa and Monza

Renault will bring software and hardware Formula 1 engine updates to the upcoming Belgian and Italian Grands Prix, says engine chief Remi Taffin.  The French manufacturer was hit by reliability headaches in the early part of the season and remains third in the engine pecking

Toro Rosso expecting “problems” at Spa and Monza

Toro Rosso expects the next two races in the Formula 1 season at Spa and Monza to cause “problems” for the team. After spending the 2016 season using a year-old Ferrari engine, Toro Rosso joined up with sister team Red Bull in using Renault power

F1’s safety car could become driver-less in the future

Formula 1’s safety car could become driver-less in the future as part of an effort to promote autonomous technology, the FIA has revealed. While motor racing’s governing body is determined to ensure that drivers remain a key element of F1’s attraction, some thought has been

Ogier says Neuville’s Germany stoppage “mentally strange”

Sebastien Ogier has revealed he found WRC title rival Thierry Neuville’s Rally Germany stoppage “difficult” and “strange” to deal with during the event. Ogier and Neuville had arrived in Germany level on points and started the second day third and fourth, with Neuville ahead. But

F1’s greatest cars: Jordan 191

Michael Schumacher made his debut behind the wheel of a Jordan 191 in 1991. But there are several other reasons why this car is regarded as one of the greatest of all time. After numerous years in Formula 3000, Eddie Jordan’s eponymous team stepped up into F1

Yamaha focuses on rear tyre life in Misano test

Yamaha riders Valentino Rossi and Maverick Vinales were both focussed on solving the rear tyre problems that held them back in Austria during a private test at Misano on Sunday. No times from the one-day test were released, but a Yamaha spokesperson described the day

Red Bull must improve if I’m to stay long term

Max Verstappen says Red Bull will need to lift its game in Formula 1 over the next 18 months if he is not going to be tempted to join rival teams when his current contract ends. The Dutchman has endured an often frustrating campaign with