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The Autódromo José Carlos Pace – F1’s short rollercoaster

The Autódromo José Carlos Pace has hosted Formula One since 1973, first on a 7.960 kilometer (4.946 mile) layout and later on a 7.873-kilometer...

Autódromo Hermanos Rodríguez – Racing at 2200m above sea level

The Autódromo Hermanos Rodríguez provides car and driver with a unique test. Situated at over 2200m above sea level, it’s the highest circuit on...

Pirelli revealed the drivers choice for Singapore GP

Pirelli has revealed drivers choices for the Singapore Grand Prix. The teams are loading up on the Ultra Soft rubber. Pirelli matched its 2016 selection...

Belgian Grand prix – Spa and its legendary corners

93 years and still going strong, Spa-Francorchamps is the granddaddy of the current Formula 1 circuits, as well as being the longest at over...

The Belgian Grand prix at Spa-Francorchamps – a living history

Spa-Francorchamps is one of Formula 1’s historic races. Located deep in the trees, the circuit features fast bends, sharp elevation changes and boasts total...

Pirelli states external damage as cause for Raikkonen’s puncture at Silverstone

Pirelli concluded that the problem with Kimi Raikkonen’s tyre at the end of the British Grand prix was external damage. The Finn finished third in...

Pirelli confirmed a slow puncture caused Vettel’s tyre failure

Pirelli concluded the analysis of Sebastian Vettel’s damaged front-left tyre, which affected him at the very end of the British Grand prix. The Ferrari...

The Baku Street Circuit – a track of two halves

It’s the “youngest” circuit on the calendar and, at 6.003 kilometres, the second longest after Spa. It is undoubtedly one of the most unusual...

Tackling Track Surface

The bond between driver and race car might be the most prominent in the paddock. But just as important a relationship is that between...

The midfield is so competitive that 7 teams are battling for...

Monaco marked Haas F1 Team’s first double points finish in its still young history. Team principal Guenther Steiner looks back to it as well...