IndyCar has introduced a safety change to its cars after a wheel cleared a barrier following a crash at the Indianapolis 500 two months ago.
HRT F1 have ended their collaboration with Dallara. The Italian chassis manufacturer created the F110 which the team has used this year. HRT will continue to use the car but development of the car will be done in-house, most likely under the leadership of Geoff Willis who has been working with the team since the … Continue reading HRT split from Dallara
Last weekend I had my first Italian motor racing experience: complete with drivers refusing to leave crashed cars, excessive discussion about every aspect of the weekend, and some absolutely stunning girls in and around the paddock. It is often said that on the driving side Italian motorsport never delivers to its potential. Italy hasn’t produced … Continue reading The Ben Evans column: Dallara
You don’t associate the Hungaroring with classic F1 races – but it was a thrilling Grand Prix at this very circuit that first got me hooked on Formula One back in 1989. Nigel Mansell stormed to victory in a Ferrari from 12th on the grid, passing rival after rival on a bone-dry track. He capped … Continue reading 1989 Hungarian Grand Prix Flashback