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ICE is where big gains in F1 are being made…shockingly

ICE is where big gains in F1 are being made…shockingly

Honda says that they have made big strides in engine performance but as this is the first year of open development, it’s not quite enough time to suggest they would be battling the likes of Ferrari or Mercedes just yet. “We know the target, which other teams have already achieved,” Hasegawa said. “We know most of the teams are using the same concept of our engine but obviously we don’t know the exact solution, the exact design, the same level of performance we can achieve. “But we know the direction...

Read 1 week ago, Formula 1 Blog

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F1's safety car could become driver-less in the future

F1's safety car could become driver-less in the future

While motor racing's governing body is determined to ensure that drivers remain a key element of F1's attraction, some thought has been given to showing off autonomous technology through other elements...

Read 1 day ago, Motorsport.com

F1 teams fill up with supersofts for Italian GP

F1 teams fill up with supersofts for Italian GP

Only three outfits – Mercedes, Force India and Haas – have elected not to take the maximum number of 10 sets of the softest tyre for the Monza weekend.Those teams will have three sets of softs to play...

Read 1 day ago, Motorsport.com

James Key extends Toro Rosso contract

James Key extends Toro Rosso contract

The 45-year-old Briton joined Red Bull's junior outfit from Sauber in 2012 and has since led the Faenza-based operation's technical department.Key has also played an important role in boosting Toro Rosso's...

Read 18 hours ago, Motorsport.com, Toro Rosso

Toro Rosso expecting "problems" at Spa and Monza

Toro Rosso expecting "problems" at Spa and Monza

After spending the 2016 season using a year-old Ferrari engine, Toro Rosso joined up with sister team Red Bull in using Renault power for this season.But with both teams believing the French manufacturer...

Read 1 day ago, Motorsport.com, Toro Rosso

Kimi Raikkonen retained by Ferrari for 2018 F1 season

Kimi Raikkonen retained by Ferrari for 2018 F1 season

Ferrari has announced that Kimi Raikkonen will be retained for the 2018 season, in a short statement released on its website. Raikkonen has been handed a one-year contract extension. The 37-year-old Finnish...

Read 22 hours ago, James Allen on F1, Ferrari