by , 15th Jan 19 2:42 pm

The FIA, governing authority of Formula One, wanted to make an example of Max Verstappen after he was given a penalty for shoving Esteban Ocon at the 2018 Brazilian Grand Prix. Verstappen’s punishment was to carry out a community service order. Cleaning the streets? picking up litter? saving the whales? voluntary work? the latter is […]

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by , 20th Nov 17 9:02 pm

The 2017 Macau Grand Prix, a prestigious end of season GP3 event the Monaco of the Far East. The racing weekend also plays host to the FIA GT World Cup. And this year it was a race to remember, for all the wrong reasons. The narrow street circuit requires maximum concentration and absolute skill, get […]

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by , 14th Aug 15 12:40 pm

Season 2 of Formula E, which begins again in October, will get underway under a smog of new technical regulations. The FIA has relaxed its rules which now allows teams to develop their own batteries and motors. The powertrain, invertor, e-motor, gearbox and cooling systems can also now be fine tuned for and the changes made […]

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by , 12th Aug 15 2:15 pm

Formula One’s governing body, the FIA, is set to introduce a number of changes for the Belgian Grand Prix. The FIA want to limit the amount outside influence the pitwall has during a grand prix race distance. The new regulations are designed to give back more responsibility to the driver and bring to an end […]

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