Lando Norris wants changes to be made on safety grounds at the corner where Lance stroll crashed during qualifying.
Zhou Guanyu believes his car’s roll structure gave way in his huge Silverstone crash because the impact exceeded the crash test limit.
Zhou Guanyu said he didn’t realise his car landed between two barriers in his Silverstone crash, but was worried about the possibility of fire at the time.
F1 drivers whose cars aren’t affected by porpoising have warned they are suffering from poor ride quality, but don’t expect a quick fix.
Formula 1 drivers wanted TecPro barriers to be installed at the scene of two crashes in Miami, but simulations indicated they weren’t needed.
Cem Bolukbasi has been diagnosed with concussion following a crash in Formula 2 practice in Jeddah, forcing him to withdraw from the event.
Formula 1 is testing whether video screens can be used to help address the problem drivers have encountered with poor visibility at the Jeddah Corniche Circuit.
Formula 2 feature race winner Theo Pourchaire says memories of his heavy crash in Jeddah last year affected him at the start of last weekend’s races.
The Circuit de Spa-Francorchamps has shared new images of extensive work being done to run-off areas and spectator grandstands.
The first real-world test of new gloves designed to improve fire protection for Formula 1 drivers yielded positive results last weekend.
Daniil Kvyat and Romain Grosjean have spoken for the first time since they tangled at the start of the Bahrain Grand Prix, causing the Haas driver’s huge crash
Ricciardo said Vettel’s penalty for speeding under red flag conditions is fair, on the basis of his own penalty in Australia.
The FIA feared it would “run out of luck” if it did not use rolling starts for last weekend’s F2 races following the repeated problems drivers have experienced with cars stalling.
F1 should not react to recent ‘unsafe release’ incidents by banning teams from using pit stop traffic lights according to race director Charlie Whiting.
A fully enclosed cockpit is among three solutions being considered to improve driver protection.
The stories of Massa’s accident three days have been everywhere. But how much do we really understand about how hard a blow Massa suffered when he was struck by that spring? F1 Fanatic guest writer Kareem Shaya tries to put the crash into perspective. In all the discussion of Felipe Massa’s qualifying accident at the … Continue reading How hard was Massa hit?
In October 1993 the first meeting of the FIA World Motor Sports Council announced that refuelling would be re-introduced into F1 for the 1994 season. Earlier this week the same body confirmed refuelling will be banned in 2010 – leading to a mixed reaction from fans. I’ve been surprised how many comments have been posted … Continue reading Why F1 will be better without refuelling
Carl Edwards’ crash in the closing stages of last weekend’s NASCAR race at Talladega has sparked debate among racing fans: Was this just a freak accident in a championship that engineers crashes for the entertainment of its fans – or are there lessons here for Formula 1 too?
This weekend the drivers will once again have to cope with the ‘super soft’ tyre. It made for interesting racing in Australia – but should F1 be resorting to gimmicks like forcing drivers to use un-competitive tyres?
The final 2009 F1 rules published by the FIA a few weeks ago revealed that the much-derided ‘pit lane closure’ rule, which ruined several drivers’ races in 2007 and 2008, is finally being dropped. But today the it has revealed that instead of returning to the pre-2007 safety car rules, drives (and fans) will have … Continue reading The new safety car rules are an improvement but could still go wrong