First half of F1 2017 season in statistics

23 drivers 1/24 23 drivers have completed at least one race so far, out of which 18 have scored points. Pole positions 2/24 Unsurprisingly, Hamilton has qualified on pole position the most number of times (six). Vettel and Bottas

Ferrari 288 GTO Reimagined With Futuristic Supercar Styling

Following the mythical 250 GTO of the 1960s, Ferrari waited almost two decades to up the ante with the 288 GTO. A homologation special of the 308 GTB, the mid-engined supercar gained cult status among car collectors and enthusiasts alike. 21 photos The red-painted Omologato

Career of triple F1 champion Nelson Piquet

Nelson Piquet 1/33 Nelson Piquet (born in Rio de Janerio) took up tennis on the advice of his father. Although he showed promise in tournaments he competed in, he would eventually start a career in motor racing. After going through karting, British

James Key extends Toro Rosso contract

James Key will remain the Toro Rosso Formula 1 team’s technical director for the foreseeable future after having extended his contract with the squad. The 45-year-old Briton joined Red Bull’s junior outfit from Sauber in 2012 and has since led the Faenza-based operation’s technical department. Key

Germany win makes me real WRC title threat

Ott Tanak says his Rally Germany win has played him into the thick of the fight for this year’s WRC title fight. The Estonian scored a dominant victory for the M-Sport World Rally Team last weekend and in doing so narrowed the gap between himself and his

Volkswagen says F1 on “dangerous path” over costs

Volkswagen motorsport director Bernhard Gobmeier says Formula 1 is on a “dangerous path” over the rising costs to run a team. F1 chiefs Chase Carey and Ross Brawn have insisted that they want to see a fairer spread of income among teams once the current

It’s between me and Zarco to replace Rossi

Jonas Folger believes that the battle between himself and MotoGP teammate Johann Zarco will decide who ultimately gets to replace Valentino Rossi at the factory Yamaha team. Both Folger and Zarco graduated to the premier class from Moto2 this season, and have both proven a threat