What trends have emerged in the technical development of 2022’s grid of F1 cars so far this season? Alto Ono takes a look.
McLaren’s troubled start to the season in Bahrain was put into perspective by Lando Norris, who revealed how far behind Mercedes they are.
Formula 1 chief technology officer Pat Symonds revealed Mercedes has worked with rocket engineers on the technology inside its radical sidepod design. What innovations might be on the W13?
How did Mercedes produce their radical sidepod, what benefit does it offer and does it meet F1’s rules? A closer look at their ‘slimline’ design.
F1’s rules gave Alfa Romeo, Haas and Williams more development time than their rivals last year. Is that reflected in the new cars they produced for 2022?
Last year’s top midfield teams McLaren, Alpine and AlphaTauri have taken a noticeably different approaches to Formula 1’s new rules for 2022.
Red Bull kept its RB18 under wraps until the first day of testing. The car which finally appeared proved one of the most daring interpretations of F1’s new rules.
Have Mercedes produced another championship-winner? Here’s a look at the key technical features of their W13.
Ferrari’s new F1-75 features several striking differences which set it apart from the other F1 cars revealed so far, including its curvaceous sidepods.
Aston Martin offered the very first look at a genuine 2022 F1 car yesterday. Engineering expert Alto Ono casts his eye over the AMR22.