The black art of aerodynamics determines so much of Formula 1's pecking order, and it goes hand-in-hand with the financial clout of the leaders and 'Class B' runners
"We’re not racing in Formula 1. It’s more like Formula 1.5. I don’t know how those cars are so much faster,” said Gene Haas about rivals Mercedes, Ferrari and Red Bull back in Austin in October. “But I talk to Ayao [Komatsu, Haas...
In the thick of it, with thin air and big commitment: spotlight on the fast ess at the Mexican Grand Prix
Red Bull's inherent aero advantage made it the car to beat in Mexico Photo: LAT
Trackside view turn 8-9, Autódromo Hermanos Rodríguez
The late morning Mexican sun is back-lighting the track and picking out the rubber groove through the fast ess of Turns 8-9.
As you breathe you can feel the...
After hitting his century of races for Red Bull, Daniel Ricciardo opens up about his reasons for leaving Red Bull for Renault
Ricciardo brought the curtain down on his Red Bull career after the Abu Dhabi Grand Prix Photo: Red Bull
The final races of 2019 were always going to have an end-of-term feeling. Since missing out in Austin, Lewis Hamilton wrapped up his fifth world championship in Mexico...
...and we're not talking about Kimi Räikkönen. Removing a few 'upgrades' has helped to restore the team's early season vim - albeit a little too late
RUSSIAN, JAPANESE AND UNITED STATES GP
"In the last three races, we had a loss of form, we know that, but we have analysed the situation and hope to have solved the problems. We will have the proof here in Austin.”
So said Ferrari’s chief Maurizio...
Villeneuve T5 set to appear in Canadian showpieceBy Paul Lawrence
The global historic F1 car movement has received another major boost with news that the four-event Masters HGP series will open with a support race at the Canadian GP.
Organised by the US arm of the Masters organisation, the North American series for 3-litre F1 cars will deliver a field of 25 cars from the 1970s and 1980s for the...