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What’s given Ferrari its mid-season superiority?

At the halfway purpose of the 2017 Formula one World Championship, Ferrari has four wins to its credit – because of Sebastian Vettel. Can Vettel sustain his advantage? Craig Scarborough and Peter Windsor valuate Ferrari's season and, with our exclusive 3D animations, check out the foremost important updates on the in no time and agile SF70H...

Porsche already has an F1 engine within the works

Porsche is keeping a detailed eye on F1's developments and even admits that it's 'high potency engine' belowdevelopment that may become the idea of an F1 project. The German manufacturer recently declared its shock departure from the LMP1 World Endurance Championship and its move the burgeoning Formula E series. Porsche is keeping its core LMP1 team along but, refueling speculation that its experience may eventually be place to smart use... in F1. "We want all of those (LMP1) individuals within the future," Porsche's analysis and development chief MichaelSteiner

How would look Aston Martin Formula 1 car?

Aston Martin is also inquisitive about a future Formula one engine programme, counting on the end result of the 2021 rules discussions Aston Martin might think about getting into Formula One sport, however on one condition - if the new homeowners of F1 will herald price management to the game. British car manufacturer is presently a sponsor of the Red Bull sportteam, however in keeping with Aston Martin boss Andy Palmer a correct Aston F1 team is also thought of.

Why Halo is the best option?

This week FIA confirmed the introduction of the Halo system for use in 2018 FIA Formula One World Championship. Safety in motorsport may be a predominate concern for the FIA and whereas nice strides are created in several areas of motor sport, head protection in single-seater competition has been a region of concern for several years. Motor sport by its nature involves risk however it's the mission of the

Hamilton catch up with legends Clark and Prost

Vettel had a flat tire before the end of the race, finished seventh, but remained first in the championship, now with just one point ahead of Hamilton The British Formula 1 driver in the Mercedes, Lewis Hamilton, won the fourth victory of the season after winning the 10th race this season

Ron Dennis sold all shares in McLaren

McLaren's F1 team announced that it was officially ending all relations between the team and the former executive director Ron Dennis, who had already sold the shares in both companies - McLaren Technologies and McLaren Automotive. The new holding company "McLaren Group" will bring together two companies in one, and