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In 1966 Bruce McLaren founded his Formula 1 team which went on to become a world beater, with 12 drivers’ championships and eight constructors’ titles, via 182 grand prix victories – making it the second most successful squad in history. Here are all of its F1 cars…
After making an instant impact on grand prix racing in 1954, the Le Mans disaster led to a 55-year absence for Mercedes-Benz in the Formula 1 World Championship. Split across two distinct eras, here are all the Silver Arrows F1 cars in full...
Red Bull says its Formula 1 protege Dan Ticktum will not replace the banned Santino Ferrucci at Trident Racing in Formula 2, despite intense rumours within the paddock.
In the fall of 2000, Michael Schumacher delivered for the Tifosi. After 21 years since 1979, he fetched the world Formula 1 title for Ferrari. We present a gallery on this momentous achievement.
Engine supplier Renault and McLaren just announced a new partnership for the 2018 Formula 1 season. Renault is not the first French engine supplier that has had a tie-up with the British team.
A major pile-up during a public track day on Sunday at the Nurburgring Nordschleife has left 10 people injured.
Nico Hulkenberg insists he took no insult from Kevin Magnussen’s ‘suck my balls’ comment, as he branded the Dane a ‘wannabe Verstappen’.
Monday's shock news that Mercedes will quit the DTM after 2018 will likely spell the end of the championship in its existing form, argues Motorsport.com's German Editor Stefan Ehlen.